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Author:  Peter010786 [ August 8th, 2018, 7:32 pm ]
Post subject:  FFIM Gear

We have some FFIM gear for sale!

T-shirts $20 lots of Large and X-Large, only a few M and XXL.
Stickers $5
Hats $20 - two different styles in limited quantities but we will order more if we get enough orders.

Please email pcrowell@flyfishinginmaine.org to place orders and for more details.

I will work on getting some pictures up, I can not post pictures here(we're working on that). But if you check out our Facebook page you can see pictures over there.... and give it a "like" if you haven't already!

Peter

Author:  brian foley [ August 9th, 2018, 7:48 am ]
Post subject:  Re: FFIM Gear

Here's a look at the gear...

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Author:  1weight [ August 9th, 2018, 8:02 am ]
Post subject:  Re: FFIM Gear

Peter
Were you in the Damariscotta Hannaford Wed late afternoon early evening. Sporting a FFIM wardrobe.
Ron

Author:  RoundaboutCaddis [ August 9th, 2018, 4:19 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: FFIM Gear

1weight wrote:
Peter
Were you in the Damariscotta Hannaford Wed late afternoon early evening. Sporting a FFIM wardrobe.
Ron


That would have been me.

Author:  Hunter [ August 9th, 2018, 6:28 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: FFIM Gear

RoundaboutCaddis wrote:
1weight wrote:
Peter
Were you in the Damariscotta Hannaford Wed late afternoon early evening. Sporting a FFIM wardrobe.
Ron


That would have been me.


They allow you to shop off peninsula? I thought the traffic circles were installed to prevent such.

Author:  RoundaboutCaddis [ August 9th, 2018, 8:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: FFIM Gear

Hunter wrote:
RoundaboutCaddis wrote:
1weight wrote:
Peter
Were you in the Damariscotta Hannaford Wed late afternoon early evening. Sporting a FFIM wardrobe.
Ron


That would have been me.


They allow you to shop off peninsula? I thought the traffic circles were installed to prevent such.


I would sooner drive two hours for a gallon of milk if necessary, than drive five minutes to buy it here.

They have successfully reinvented the wheel with , well, a wheel. A very expensive taxpayer funded wheel.

It's been a long,hot, fishless summer......

Author:  Salmosebago [ August 10th, 2018, 7:52 am ]
Post subject:  Re: FFIM Gear

Dude - you need to get over the saltwater phobia and chase a striper or 2. Saltwater washes off..... How's your liver making out? Thoughts and prayers......


They allow you to shop off peninsula? I thought the traffic circles were installed to prevent such.[/quote]

I would sooner drive two hours for a gallon of milk if necessary, than drive five minutes to buy it here.

They have successfully reinvented the wheel with , well, a wheel. A very expensive taxpayer funded wheel.

It's been a long,hot, fishless summer......[/quote]

Author:  RoundaboutCaddis [ August 10th, 2018, 11:57 am ]
Post subject:  Re: FFIM Gear

Salmosebago wrote:
Dude - you need to get over the saltwater phobia and chase a striper or 2. Saltwater washes off..... How's your liver making out? Thoughts and prayers......


.




"All I need are some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and I'm fine"

I'm not allowed to striper fish because I don't own a yeti or flip flops. Besides, fly fishing for pogies is where it's at.

#pogies #$40lobsterrolls #touristtrap #seagullmagnets #nowheretopark #highpropertytaxes

Author:  Peter010786 [ August 10th, 2018, 12:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: FFIM Gear

Salmosebago wrote:
Dude - you need to get over the saltwater phobia and chase a striper or 2. Saltwater washes off..... How's your liver making out? Thoughts and prayers......


They allow you to shop off peninsula? I thought the traffic circles were installed to prevent such.


I would sooner drive two hours for a gallon of milk if necessary, than drive five minutes to buy it here.

They have successfully reinvented the wheel with , well, a wheel. A very expensive taxpayer funded wheel.

It's been a long,hot, fishless summer......[/quote][/quote]


Craig is right.... I've caught salt fever pretty hard. As trout season seems to get shorter and shorter every year here in Maine I find myself absolutely loving the salt action. It's also pretty easy to fish sandy beaches with a beer tucked into your stripping basket, not that I'd ever do such a thing....

Peter

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