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Here's a few comments from folks on the newsletter:
Scott: I live in Cotter, often see you and your drift boat going by. I have a good friend scheduled to visit for fishing in May, and, of course, we have been watching the weather conditions closely. Just wanted to let you know that your Newsletter has been my best source of current lake and river conditions, and is immediately sent to my friend for consideration. We are trying to change his flights back into June or July, but have not been successful yet. Anyway, you're doing a good job, and your efforts are most appreciated. Bob and Ollie, Cotter, AR
Just to let you know I am really impressed at how up to date you keep everybody about this stuff, I appreciate it. Thanks. Blair
Just a note of appreciation for the emails of the current water status, and your dedication to the fishery over the years. I have wade fished the White and Norfork, almost monthly, over the last decade and have relied on your web site for your excellent analysis.
With my kids coming more involved in sports on weekends, I've chosen to stay home more often and fish a lot less. I do live through your website and enjoy seeing you and your clients catching fish. While not an avid "drifter", I have in Utah, Montana, and Colorado and have thoroughly enjoyed those trips. Be assured, when I drift the White/Norfork/Beaver you will be the man I call. I've recently felt convicted to offer some encouragement to you--please press on and thank you for your tremendous service. Steve
Scott: A quick note of thanks for you excellent coverage of flood conditions in N. Arkansas in the last couple of weeks. Your site provided better information on this disaster/phenomenon than was available anywhere else. Those of us in faraway places who love those streams appreciate your postings and updates on these sort of phenomena. Keep up the good work! As a confirmed wade-fisherman let me just say: see you on the river in a few months! It doesn't look good for us bottom-walkers for a while, but when we finally do get low water: watch out! Craig, Mississippi State University
Thanks for the update, they really come in handy. Do you mind if I share your newsletter with FFF at our meeting tonight? Charles
Thank you all! Those are real encouragements. Please feel free to share the newsletter with your friends and acquaintances, and especially clubs and TU chapters. Scott