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Lota Lota, Since this post is for you I gotta ask... Does your 'handle' come from the love of eel pout? Is it a Norweigian thing? Or like mine simply a phrase you heard & liked?

The Phrase just makes me wonder....

Good Fishing- CLoma

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Lota is indeed a lover of the Great American Lawyer. grin.gif

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Loma - It is indeed the latin reference to the eelpout. Esoxesox was already taken and it's the first thing that popped into my head while registering. Glad you recognized it. Most folks think it is "lot a" as in "I catch a lota fish". This is something I would never proclaim to be the truth...

Lota Lota...like the fish...

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Lota Lota and catching fish in the same phrase......scary:) Have yet to see that happen grin.gif

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Lota your too humble, you catch more than your fair share!

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Like NorthLander would know anything about "fair share"!

I need to reserve a charter on the 18th of June..!!

Once again, my Hawaiian buddy will be here & we will be back from a week of Vermilion / Ely area fishing.

Do you run charters Lota Lota?

Does anyone want to voulenteer a day? I saw a great response for the S. African adventure I thought there may be a boat or 2 that would dress in their Hawaiin' best!

Anyhow, thats June 18 ( Sat )

My partner is a 100 ton Capt. with 20 years experiance in Califorina, & Kona, Big Isle Hi.

With 20 years worth of stories, I promise! grin.gif

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Nice...the Captain get the "pro" in his title and starts taking shots at the guy that put him on Brule River steelies 10 minutes into his first outing. But my boys, in his defense as an Ice Leader, he did show me where the fingerling 'eyes are on Boulder...several times... grin.gif

Loma - I don't run a charter, just fish a lot and am usually looking for guys to man the rods...I can't stand running only three lines when I have 12 perfectly good rods on board just itching to get in the water! I'll check on the 18th and see if we are going to be in town. If yes then you guys are welcome aboard. Maybe have it be a follow up to the Coho Clean-up. Northlander's back yard ought to be dry by then too.

Lota Lota...

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Just an FYI,

June 18th is Grandma's marathon, so plan accordingly.

I will be flying out on the 18th for a week of hiking in the Utah/Grand Canyon area or I would have been happy to help out. Hope you guys have a good week up on the V.

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Casaloma, I'd offer to take you guys out but I'll be in the BW at that time.

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You sure did your "guide" award that day on the Brule!!! First and Second time out w/you I caught plenty of quality fish.

Didn't know they caught anything bigger than fingerlings in Boulder wink.gif Though you did get that nice perch that one time

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