Lee's Fishing Page
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Welcome to Lee's Fishing Page
Monday, April 24 2017 @ 05:10 AM EDT

Welcome to Lee's Fishing Page

Welcome to the next generation of Lee's Fishing Page (Running the Latest Version of glFusion).

Beautiful wild Brook Trout
 Lee's Fishing Page is a regional site covering Northern New England and Eastern Canada.  Most of the current members are from Canada, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and one very active user from South Dakota.  Make yourself to home here and make use of what is available to all users.  Users can create their own Photo Albums on the site for all to see, and be able to use the Photo's in forum and articles posted on the site.  The forum on the site allows users to upload Photo's directly into a forum post or upload any other type of file to the forum post.   Posting an Article about a fishing trip you took is easy here at Lee's Fishing Page, and I encourage all to do so.  Using Photo's from your own Album you can create a very interesting story that all will find useful to read and view.  The site also features a PM Messaging system that all can use.  There is a Master Calendar that I am now using for Holidays, Special Days and Birthdays.  A personal Calendar does exist for each user so you can enter anything you want in that calendar.  There is a Event List that Fishing Shows can be entered for all to see, this is open to any user to enter what they feel is appropriate.  The Links page is extensive and has many categories for the links.  Two other pages exist that show the Site Features and a better description of each, and a Resource page that has valuable info for all to look at.  The site is open to all, register (Horizontal Menu at the Top) and do an introduction of yourself in the forums to get complete access of the forums.  As a registered user you can create/add Photo's to your Album (Option at the Top Left Column on Home Page) and submit a story for all to read.  Let me know if you plan to do a story (PM me using Message Center - user: LeeGoldsmith) and I will make you a story submitter so you can post that fishing trip you want everyone to know about. 

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Thanks for Coming

Please enjoy the site.

Lee Goldsmith - Site Admin

 

This site now requires users to be Logged In to see most of the features, so PLEASE Register and become a Member.  New members will have to Introduce themselves in the "Old/New User Introductions" forum to get full access to the forum.    After you register YOU Must check the e-mail sent to your e-mail address and click on the validation link to log in. 

Featured Article

Forum Topic Last Post
New/Old User Introductions Intro Bruce C. 03/17/17 06:46 pm
New/Old User Introductions Fly tying 03/08/17 01:18 pm
New/Old User Introductions Intro Brian Johnson 03/08/17 01:14 pm
New/Old User Introductions Intro 02/18/17 08:44 pm
New/Old User Introductions Intro JohnH 02/18/17 08:41 pm
New/Old User Introductions intro of preston91 02/18/17 08:39 pm
New/Old User Introductions Intro Nick B. 04/22/16 08:19 pm
New/Old User Introductions Intro: Breadcrust 03/28/16 08:57 pm
New/Old User Introductions Intro new user BobT 02/24/16 02:18 pm
New/Old User Introductions Intro of paul 08/21/15 04:30 pm

Bills "Freakenomics" 101


Bill’s “Freakenomics” 101
By: Bill Thompson

    Over the winter I have reawakened my interest in photography. It has been fun and it has served to keep the old brain active. Like most photographers I have been proud enough of some of my work to want to have a few of them framed. I wasn’t so proud that I went off to a professional framer, although the results would certainly have been better. Instead I visited one of those crafty big box stores that specialize in plastic flowers. I found what I was looking for, a cheap, simple frame, and at the same time picked up some pre-made mattes as well. The total bill came to about seven bucks, not counting having the print made at the drug store.

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Fishing on Fathers day June 19, 2016


Fishing on Fathers Day June 19, 2016
By: Lee Goldsmith

Was able to get out on Fathers Day and Fish.  I was alone so not much to tell except I had a wonderful day on Three Rivers.  Started on the Saco below First Bridge and managed three stocked brookies.  I shot this short video so you can see how the fish were rising.


 

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First Day of Fishing 2015


Hatch Pond View

It was a little late in the spring for my first day of fishing, but it was a good day.  The weather was fine, warm and a lot of sun early;  First stop was the South River in Effingham around 8am.  Rigged the rod and tried a few casts in two pools with not hits.  

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Remembering Stephen Sprague


Stephen Sprague
We have lost one of our longtime members and I am very sad.  I want to pay tribute to this man, even though I never met Stephen in person I know he was a great person.  I would like to relate some of the things we both had in common and what a great member of this site he was.  I am going to post the obituary that Travis posted on the site and then relate what I thought of Stephen.  Finally I will post a few picture of Stephen and those that he had shared on the site with us.  Hope everyone will read this and comment on Stephen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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