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Old October 1st, 2009, 09:52 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
JT
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My cousin and I spent 5 days in the Clearwater National Forest last week to
round out
our trout fishing season this year.

It was a great trip, saw temps in the mid 80's all week, blue skies and no
clouds, fish were cooperating on dry's the entire time.
Back to reality for now, steelheading to start soon...

TR on ROFF...

JT


















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Old October 2nd, 2009, 12:22 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers
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"JT" wrote in message
...

My cousin and I spent 5 days in the Clearwater National Forest last week
to round out
our trout fishing season this year.

It was a great trip, saw temps in the mid 80's all week, blue skies and no
clouds, fish were cooperating on dry's the entire time.
Back to reality for now, steelheading to start soon...

TR on ROFF...

JT


JT,

I appreciate the fact that you have a great time in the outdoors, and I love
to look at your pictures. I even appreciate the fact that you've cut down
the picture's file size. HOWEVER,

When you put seven photos into one message, that makes for an incredibly
long download time for those with slower internet connections.

I don't want you to stop posting your photos, but it would be nice if you
limited yourself to one picture per message. Then you could explain each
picture better as well.
--
Steve Huber
Executive Producer/Editor in Chief
OutdoorFrontiers Multi-Media LLC
http://www.outdoorfrontiers.com

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Old October 2nd, 2009, 05:42 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
JT
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"Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers" wrote in message
news

"JT" wrote in message
...

My cousin and I spent 5 days in the Clearwater National Forest last week
to round out
our trout fishing season this year.

It was a great trip, saw temps in the mid 80's all week, blue skies and
no
clouds, fish were cooperating on dry's the entire time.
Back to reality for now, steelheading to start soon...

TR on ROFF...

JT


JT,

I appreciate the fact that you have a great time in the outdoors, and I
love to look at your pictures. I even appreciate the fact that you've cut
down the picture's file size. HOWEVER,

When you put seven photos into one message, that makes for an incredibly
long download time for those with slower internet connections.

I don't want you to stop posting your photos, but it would be nice if you
limited yourself to one picture per message. Then you could explain each
picture better as well.
--
Steve Huber
Executive Producer/Editor in Chief
OutdoorFrontiers Multi-Media LLC
http://www.outdoorfrontiers.com


Will do Steve,

After I sent the post I thought about the large file size.

Although, collectively you are going to be waiting the same amount of time
or longer by viewing separately.
However, it does give individuals the option to disregard any further posts
if they don't care to download them.

Have a good one,
JT


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Old October 3rd, 2009, 02:17 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
jloomis
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Default CW National Forest

Looks like a nice fishing area.
The trout do look beautiful.
have fun.
I am going to the Shasta Trout Derby on the 17th of Oct......
Looking forward to some interesting fishing.
john
"JT" wrote in message
...

My cousin and I spent 5 days in the Clearwater National Forest last week
to round out
our trout fishing season this year.

It was a great trip, saw temps in the mid 80's all week, blue skies and no
clouds, fish were cooperating on dry's the entire time.
Back to reality for now, steelheading to start soon...

TR on ROFF...

JT







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Old October 5th, 2009, 06:38 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Mark Bowen
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Default CW National Forest


"JT" wrote in message
...

My cousin and I spent 5 days in the Clearwater National Forest last week
to round out
our trout fishing season this year.

It was a great trip, saw temps in the mid 80's all week, blue skies and no
clouds, fish were cooperating on dry's the entire time.
Back to reality for now, steelheading to start soon...

TR on ROFF...

JT


Great pics JT!

Op


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Old October 9th, 2009, 12:47 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
HobbHott
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Default CW National Forest

"Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers" wrote in
news

"JT" wrote in message
...

My cousin and I spent 5 days in the Clearwater National Forest last
week to round out
our trout fishing season this year.

It was a great trip, saw temps in the mid 80's all week, blue skies
and no clouds, fish were cooperating on dry's the entire time.
Back to reality for now, steelheading to start soon...

TR on ROFF...

JT


JT,

I appreciate the fact that you have a great time in the outdoors, and
I love to look at your pictures. I even appreciate the fact that
you've cut down the picture's file size. HOWEVER,

When you put seven photos into one message, that makes for an
incredibly long download time for those with slower internet
connections.

I don't want you to stop posting your photos, but it would be nice if
you limited yourself to one picture per message. Then you could
explain each picture better as well.



Will not do Stevie Boy,

Looking forward to posting a single 50 Mb. message, filled with HUGE
brookie pictures, $pam stuffed brookies sizzling in a frying pan, and to
top it off, a picture of you choking down your $pam $#it and all the
while putting on your Gold Tooth Pimp smile.

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Old February 19th, 2010, 06:05 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Alex Marz
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Default CW National Forest

On 09-10-01 2:52 PM, JT wrote:
My cousin and I spent 5 days in the Clearwater National Forest last week to
round out
our trout fishing season this year.

It was a great trip, saw temps in the mid 80's all week, blue skies and no
clouds, fish were cooperating on dry's the entire time.
Back to reality for now, steelheading to start soon...

TR on ROFF...

JT





Great Photos!

Alex

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Old February 19th, 2010, 06:05 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Alex Marz
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Default CW National Forest

On 09-10-01 2:52 PM, JT wrote:
My cousin and I spent 5 days in the Clearwater National Forest last week to
round out
our trout fishing season this year.

It was a great trip, saw temps in the mid 80's all week, blue skies and no
clouds, fish were cooperating on dry's the entire time.
Back to reality for now, steelheading to start soon...

TR on ROFF...

JT





Great Photos!

Alex

 




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