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Mark Dahlquist
#1 Posted : Tuesday, October 04, 2011 2:32:47 PM
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Joined: 2/27/2010
Posts: 4,785
Location: Minnesota
Blake, Damien, and friends of Illinois Wisconsin Fishing Blog have developed a beautiful looking forum. Please join when you find the time. Heck Len already registered. These guys excel with steelhead and salmon so I'm sure it will be an entertaining forum.

http://www.illinoiswisconsinfishing.com/forum/

Blake and friends, what was your motivation for your own forum? Whatever it is I wish you guys success and promise to post from time to time.
-Mark
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hambone870
#2 Posted : Tuesday, October 04, 2011 4:36:08 PM
Rank: Dragon Fly


Joined: 2/4/2011
Posts: 217
Location: il wi border
Mark Dahlquist wrote:
Blake and friends, what was your motivation for your own forum?


First thanks so much for the link. I love the trout forum here very much and don't plan on leaving. I also was posting on a few local Chicago boards that were geared towards more general fishing. The problem i was having was that they were gear almost solely towards bass fishing. I was having a hard time to find categories to post harbor and tributary fishing posts in and none of them even had a fly fishing section. I travel far to find new and different things to fish for all year and just didn't wanna be limited to bass fishing ponds and small little local lakes.

i think you put it best in an email "a board to call my own"

Mark thanks again and i am grateful for anyone who swings by to check it out

Blake Hamilton
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