I've had a dream...NEW OUTING

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I've had a dream...NEW OUTING

Postby Cutch » Wed Nov 28, 2007 8:51 pm

for a long time to travel to South America and fish. I've read articles in outdoor magazines and watched fishing TV shows about the fabulous fishing. I've wanted to catch these beautiful and hard fighting fish. I've seen on TV the bone jarring strikes and screaming runs that tested the toughest rods and reels.

Thanks to 2 very nice gentlemen, Alan Zaremba and Frank Yerich, I was able to create the Rio Negro River Outing in Brazil. (Paul helped me a whole bunch too)
These gentlemen gave me permission to use the pictures on their websites for the Outing. I want to thank them both for their help.
If you enjoy the outing, please view their websites, you'll find them very enjoyable and extremely well done. :wink:

Alan Zaremba's website: http://www.floridapeacocks.com/photosamz1.html

Frank Yerich's website: http://www.yerich.com/LaZona.htm

If you enjoy the outing, at their sites please select "Contact Me" and their email addresses will appear. Please send emails thanking them for allowing me to use their pictures.

Here's the link to download my new outing: There's a txt message that explains where to put the files.
http://hosted.filefront.com/CutchSr/
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Postby geraldro » Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:12 pm

Hi Cutch,

Thank you for this outing, really very beautiful.

I caught my first piranhas this evening... :D

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Postby dcarp » Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:32 pm

Cutch,

WOW!

That is one great new outing. I've caught one of each new species. Sure would like to try that in real life, but this will do nicely until that day comes.

Great Work!

Dave
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Postby Boston Bob » Thu Nov 29, 2007 12:30 am

Cutch: What a beautiful outing. You neglected to mention to bring our heavy gear. That 33" Peacock bass was a fighter. Very nicely done. I will leave a message of thanks for both Alan and Frank. Wow ! I want a contest on this river.

Thanks for your efforts,
Boston Bob
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Postby Pitti » Thu Nov 29, 2007 9:25 am

WOW!

Wonderful new outing and beautiful new species :D

Thank you Cutch
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Postby Cutch » Thu Nov 29, 2007 6:48 pm

So glad you folks like the Outing. :wink:
I have one question though, before I encrypted the Outing then posted it on the website for download, I could hear all 3 of the sound waves I put in. (Jungle bird, chimpanzee, and Jaguar waves). Now I can't hear the Jaguar growling, only the Jungle bird and Chimpanzee,......can you folks hear the Jaguar growling? (my hearing is very bad) :cry:
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Postby geraldro » Thu Nov 29, 2007 7:54 pm

Hi Cutch,

yes I hear the Jaguar growling and I am afraid :D

good night

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new outing

Postby Carolmo » Thu Nov 29, 2007 11:32 pm

Cutch!
Your new outing is great! The fish are wonderful!Thank you!
First we had rattlesnakes, then a bear, now a jaguar and fish that will eat you if you fall in! :shock:
My guide is now carrying a firearm so I feel a lot safer! :D
Thanks again!
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Postby Cutch » Fri Nov 30, 2007 12:16 am

Carol,
May I borrow your guide, that Jaguar scares the daylights out of me

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...my guide is AFRAID of guns :?: :!: :shock: :wink:

Thanks for the nice comments, Folks,...I appreciate it. :wink:
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Postby oppimax » Fri Nov 30, 2007 1:45 pm

Hi Cutch,
I'm in France in this days and I can't download your outing....will be first thing I do when I came back home.

Thanks a lot!

Ciao
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Postby nccorthu » Sat Dec 01, 2007 3:08 am

Love your Rio Negro Outing. I've fished with bulls coming on , Bears etc. but never a Jaguar that close. Hate to say it but Chimpanzees are and never were in South America except in zoos and circuses. How about we just call it a Howler monkey. That's an indigenous species and could be eaten by a Jaguar from the sounds of it.
I also have never caught a Pirahna. Now I can say I have . Didn't even have to wear any steel gloves.
Thanks for that one its really fun.
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Postby Cutch » Sat Dec 01, 2007 3:40 am

Thanks for the correction, Gary,...let's call that Chimp a "Howler Monkey". :wink:
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Postby richwest » Sat Dec 01, 2007 6:49 am

Hi Guys,

:shock: :shock: :shock: I 've got a serious luxuryproblem!!

With all these great outings, it takes me about half a day to decide which outing to fish!!

But don't mind, keep up the good work !!!
I still have half a day to fish left :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Can't wait to fish the next one.

Greetings Richard
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