Farewell.....Montana Bound

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Angel
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Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Angel » Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:49 am

to all you old time NCBF'ers. I am leaving for Montana to start a new job tomorrow. Thanks for all the memories and good times.

Angel

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Hipster » Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:11 am

Angel,

Good fortunes to you and your family, I made the job move/relocate about two years ago to AZ and we are very happy to get out of CA.

Take care Happy New Year...................!

Mark
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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby george » Wed Jan 01, 2014 9:52 am

Good Luck Angel! What part of Montana are you going? There are still some pretty good spots up there you just may need a fly rod instead of a bass boat.

George

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby kb » Wed Jan 01, 2014 10:20 am

Good Luck Angel....take your warmies!!!


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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Rich hamilton » Wed Jan 01, 2014 2:55 pm

Angel,

good luck on your new adventure and thanks for taking my money all those years :) I spent my high school years up there and the people are great and the memories good :)

what is NCBF? :shock: (new generation)
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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby davet. » Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:18 pm

what is NCBF? :shock: (new generation)

It's what this site originally started out as, "Norther California Bass Fishing".
We just called it NCBF and everybody knew what you were talking about.

As for California, I would LOVE to relocate and do occasionally look for opportunities.
I've got a severe pounding sensation my rectum and my doctor says it's Californication.
The only known cure is to relocate to a bass friendly state. Like Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, etc.
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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Rich hamilton » Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:38 pm

I was just kidding about the NCBF (very few know about it) I think I have been on here for 15 years does that sound right COOCH? All these years run together. RR
If I don't meet you no more in this world Then I'll see you in the next one. Don't be late... Don't be late... Stevie Ray/Hendrix

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Cooch » Thu Jan 02, 2014 9:57 pm

God luck in your new endeavors Angel!
@Rich, I think it was 95/96 when I first found Bob Taylor's original site, it was just a fishing reports page then.

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Rich hamilton » Fri Jan 03, 2014 2:10 pm

I remember Bob had taysays software or something like that? Small intimate group that I can remember logging on to say good night to everyone :) talking to people who could not sleep etc.

Always appreciated some good advice from Cooch with a key board and a cold beer :)
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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Hipster » Fri Jan 03, 2014 2:26 pm

Yep,

That would have been you Rich
Cooch,Toad, Stony, Pat, I think Mr. Green myself and hell about 12 others for whom Im at a loss to recall off the top of my head. I am actually embarrassed I cannot rememeber them.

But we had to listen to a modum dial us in :shock: :D :mrgreen: Holy Crap
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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Vernonn » Fri Jan 03, 2014 3:04 pm

Rich hamilton wrote:I remember Bob had taysays software or something like that? Small intimate group that I can remember logging on to say good night to everyone :) talking to people who could not sleep etc.

Always appreciated some good advice from Cooch with a key board and a cold beer :)


Bob Taylor's software was Taysys software. He wrote a program that was a fishing log.
http://taysys.com/?page_id=4

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Rich hamilton » Fri Jan 03, 2014 5:32 pm

I remember some great conversations and I think at least one of the guys (Jerry) passed away. Great shasta reports and great personality. Pat and Dean all great folks who took the time to explain things and be there for each other.

This is not a memory lane post just a "hell I had a great time post"! kinda magical and having Angel going to Montana brought back some great memories as well. I forgot to tell Angel, men are men and the sheep are scared in Montana! whoa the beer talking again... :) Sober up and back on track!

Like your buddies from AC/DC said Mark, "we are young men trapped in old man's bodies"! :)
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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby jeff bradshaw » Sat Jan 04, 2014 10:16 am

Good luck Angel, Montana is beautiful country. I fly fish some of the rivers there for browns and rainbows.

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Angel » Sat Jan 04, 2014 1:51 pm

I made it yesterday at 1:30 in the afternoon. Gorgeous country. It is 17 degrees right now and snowing. I have a view of the Yellowstone River out my living room window.

Angel

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby BS'r » Tue Jan 07, 2014 5:46 pm

Best wishes to you, Vicki and the kids over there. Thanks for teaching me to find and fool fish, and more importantly, knowing where my fish moved.

We had a good couple of years fishing together, highlighted by 7 straight checks.

Good luck, fellow NCBF'r...

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Wolfeman » Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:09 am

Best of luck in Montana, Angel.
And, like Bob, I'm thankful for the opportunities I had to fish with and learn from you.
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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby HookSetR » Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:40 am

WOW! what a move. Just want to wish you and the family all the best. I also want to say "Thank You!" for all that you have done to make me a better fisherman and for being a friend.

Maybe we will have to take a trip to Montana some time and I can bring my fly rod.

Take care!
George & Family

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Angel » Wed Jan 08, 2014 3:17 pm

Fly rod!! What's that?? There are big smallmouths up here that no one fishes for. Walleye's, northerns and muskie are here too.

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Double-G » Wed Jan 08, 2014 9:17 pm

Wow Angel,

Sounds like a new place and a new challenge, good luck my friend. You know they have bass up there too!
Rich...you can't even spell NCBF :)
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mike464
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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby mike464 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 6:35 pm

Angel, there are plenty of bass up here. Fort Peck has giant smallmouth, Noxon has good smallies and largemouth. We have at least a couple BASS Nation members over in Bozeman. Most of us are out of the western Mt area around Missoula. Let me know if you want any info or someone to catch a ride in the boat with. Mike

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Re: Farewell.....Montana Bound

Postby Angel » Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:42 pm

Thanks Mike. I will keep in touch. I plan on bringing my boat once my family has moved out here.

Angel


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