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phition

anyone got any suggestions where a guy can go to practice. Lake or River? Should be fairly close to Port Moody/Burnaby border....

Thanks!
fisher 696

Leave yer hooks at home and head to a grass playing field, after you get the hang of it, try to hit a cup or other small target.
badcat

First change your scary profile pic.And then go up to sasmat lake(aka white pine beach) there is a floating doc that streches all the way across the lake. It will be great for practice, and puts your fly in the water instead of on the grass. (It's a few minutes away from Newport village)

Good luck!

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