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Old 10-23-2019, 08:49 PM
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Great to hear! I've talked to him a few times. Very nice guy, sounds like he really knows his stuff. I assume you're actually out on the water, not on the grass? If so, where abouts?
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Old 10-23-2019, 10:30 PM Thread Starter
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Great to hear! I've talked to him a few times. Very nice guy, sounds like he really knows his stuff. I assume you're actually out on the water, not on the grass? If so, where abouts?
I cast Tim's lines when I had a casting lesson with him on the lower Seymour in North Vancouver.
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I cast Tim's lines when I had a casting lesson with him on the lower Seymour in North Vancouver.
I thought the Seymour was shut down for fishing... Or is it because you're test casting with yarn or something instead of a fly? I haven't haven't been living/fishing around Vancouver for that long so I'm still not that familiar with all the local systems
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Seymour is closed to fishing. Yarn is not fishing.

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Old 10-24-2019, 12:15 AM
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Seymour is closed to fishing. Yarn is not fishing.

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Awesome, good to know! I've gone to the Cap for a nearby place to practice casting on moving water, but I haven't really found anywhere with good swinging water that doesn't have a dozen guys chucking gear (not that there's anything wrong with that). Seymour would be nice and close too, and clearly less crowded

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Old 10-24-2019, 01:31 AM Thread Starter
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I thought the Seymour was shut down for fishing... Or is it because you're test casting with yarn or something instead of a fly? I haven't haven't been living/fishing around Vancouver for that long so I'm still not that familiar with all the local systems
We were using yarn on the Seymour.
Itís Timís place for casting lessons.
He wouldnít use hooks there.

Plus many dog walkers and hikers use the same area
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