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Every new year I like to set a goal or goals for the coming year. They can be trying a new fishing method, targeting a new species or hitting a new flow. This year I am looking forward to meeting the BCFR crew and fishing the Roche lake area for the first time. On my wish list is to head to the Charlottes and take in some of the rivers and scenery out there, and to spend more time with my family on the water.

What is on your wish list as far as a fishing agenda goes for 2008?
 

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my to do list is of course got the basic one thing all of us dreal of and thats fishing the Skeena and its tribs and other river in the immediate area. but in my reality ;D my to do list includes fishing smaller flows and travelling further to do so this also including dry fly on the T :thumbup: this should be a fun year away from the crowds.
 

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It turns out I am going to be in Juneau, Alaska for 10 hours in June, and I am going to try to get a 4 hour guided trip somewhere in the region.
 

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oh ya i forgot something for my to do list. Fishing with more members from this great site ;D


i bet you could hit any peice of water in Alaska and hit some Arctic Grayling there Prof ;D im jealous to tell you the least because those are one of my top ten fish to fish for :thumbup:
 

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As Hook put it a Skeena trip this summer is what I'm planning for. One of two other things I am going to try and accomplish is some trip's south of the border this year. We live in a area were there are so many opportunities to fish so close to home, and being so close to the border, why not join our cousins to the south and check out thier back yard flows. The third is definately hook up with more members this year and put more faces to names.
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Every year I like to fish a new flow, this year I hope it to be the skagit, I will also make a point to visit the Pitt a little more seeing as how it is in my back yard! A few others on my list for this year is to hook my first steely on the fly, my first summer on the dry fly, learn the art of spey casting, rebuild my boat top to bottom, hook a 8fter in the fraser, hook my first spring on the Bar Rod (if the river opens) hmmmm.......with all luck maybe make a trip out to Bamfield this summer as well.
 

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My wishes are to fish more days than I did this year by taking 1 morning /day off a week to fish or explore fishing possibilities - spend more time with fishing friends instead of business associates and help my wife learn how to fish

sort of sounds like it is time to retire - maybe

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My wish list for 2008

I would like to get a steelhead on the spey, that is the #1. I want to hit more still waters this year and get my kids out on them. I would also like to make a point of fishing the Thompson and Skagit for trout. and like others have said maybe venture out a bit farther and try some new flows.

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If I get the opportunity: To hit some of the flows down on the O.P. for Steelhead.

Most Likely: Spend more time up in the Interior on some new hog infested puddles. ;D, and on the T. :thumbup:

Maybe: It's my 10th wedding aniv. later this spring. Cayo Largo Cuba has been talked about more than once. Fly fishing heaven for Bones. :thumbup:

Finder ;)
 

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Too catch my first ever, actully i mean just to hook my first ever steelhead in the chilliwack/vedder lost track on how many times i've fished with out hitting one! My time is comming! Gonna try fishing those sweet looking bent rod jigs, time to stock up! ;D

CK
 
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