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S: Fishin' Stories

BC: Happy 40th Birthday Jeff! All my love, Lori

FC: Fishin' Stories | July 6, 2011

1: CAMPING | Lake Dillon July 2006 | Hooks, catches, and the ones that got away! | To Jeff Happy 40th

2: Lone Licks | Lake Powell | Wolford Reservoir | The waters.....

3: Sitka,, AK | Delaney Buttes | No matter the latitude, Jeff's always got a fishin' attitude!

4: Any season.....

5: ... he finds a fishin' reason.

6: Some fish he keeps, some fish he lets go. Some fish he hooks, some fish Lori cooks! Some fish he catches in sun, and the others are caught in snow!

7: Sitka, AK | Nice one!

8: June 1973

9: Some things are made over time. Jeff, was made to fish ALL the time!!

11: "I bet there's fish in there....." - Jeff Bailey

12: Sitka, AK | Lake Powell | Wohlford | Lake Powell

13: Family and friends | Kennewick | always make fishing better.

14: The fun ones | The big ones

15: The fat ones | The wiggly ones

16: A bad day of fishing is...

17: better than a good day of working!

19: King Salmon | Alaska

20: A man and a boat...

21: Wolford | Antero | there is no greater joy.

22: Ain't no mountain high enough, ain't no river wide enough...

23: ...to keep Jeff from a fish.

25: Oh, the places he's fished... | and those he will....

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  • Title: Fishin' Stories
  • A history of my husband's love of fishing for his 40th birthday.
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  • Published: over 5 years ago

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