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Hi
We have just had a lovely family celebration of my widowed dad's
80th birthday.
As an old soldier in the Scots Guards Regiment he has told me a million times over about his service in Germany during WW2 and about the comradeship and companionship he enjoyed at that awful time.
He repeatedly tells me that I will never experience the bond he felt and had for his fellow man in those circumstances.
In conversation I have told him often that, although I have thankfully no first hand experience of war, I have some lifelong fishing buddies whose company and companionship I value and appreciate as much as I enjoy fishing, and that I can understand the bond that he experienced.
Do you value companionship in fishing as much as I do?
Mike
 

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Fishing buddies

are special. I think there may be an added depth when your lives depend on each other, which thankfully, is rarely the case in fishing.
 
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