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Rick Jorgensen

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one of the best short films I have seen in a long time - around 50 minutes long

Joe Congleton

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very cool video.  thanks for sharing it
Glenn Omori

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this was one of the best videos I have seen. I also liked that they were trying to accomplish it on their own. 
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Great video, thanks for sharing
Brian Colin

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How you people fish in the winter with ice floes big enough to knock you over come floating down behind you is beyond me!   I have to go in for angioplasty on 30 Nov,,,the last day of our season here on the Tweed.   I hope that that will cure my abhorrence of the cold to some extent - and get me out fishing in February when our season reopens.

These people seem to have a perfect recipe for a happy life.  Fishing and more fishing!   It is also good to see that you have so many [if the number of uTube videos are a true indication] proficient and effective women fishers.   [That said we did have a woman on the Tay who caught quite a few 40lbs plus salmon.   They were stuffed and cased on the wall of the billiards room in her family home, Kinnaird Lodge, alongside a picture of her with a 6/0 Vom Hofe reel at the backend of a greenheart rod.   I hate to have to admit that she was American...not Scottish!!   [smile]]

The joyfulness of the people on this video is transparent.   Clearly an exceptionally nice couple.   Thank you for posting. 

 
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That would be the life!

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one of the best short films I have seen in a long time - around 50 minutes long

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