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#12013552 - 12/31/16 09:56 PM Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017
Catfish Lynn Offline
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Registered: 06/03/10
Posts: 1122
Loc: Bryan, Texas
And here we are, the start of the New Year brings a new thread.

Happy New Year!!!

As I stated, there will be a printed version coming for 2017. I will let you know as soon as possible when we get to that point. And then you can purchase one to map out the whole year for maximizing your trip catches.


As for those just now tuning in, you can back up to a little of the background behind the Calendar and tips along the way shared in the yearly threads. I was taught by two YellowCat teachers, and learned from what they had been taught, as well as learned from their experience. However, I stumbled upon the Calendar by accident (or was it?). I tell folks I didn't create it, I just discovered it. The pattern was already there, but due to circumstances it unfolded & then I had to wonder. Well, there is no wonder any more. Here are your links to the previous years, as well as this current year's thread:

Previously ...
2010 <http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/5176857/1>
2011 <http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/5657988/1>
2012 <http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/7059981/1>
2013 <http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/8477517/1>
2014 <http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/9620277/1>
2015 <http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/10541276/1>
2016 <http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/11325915/1>
And this year's ...
2017 <http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/12013552/1>

Here's your Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) for January 2017
Have a Blessed & Bountiful Year of Catfish Catches for 2017!!!


Lynn’s Catfish Calendar [LCC]- JANUARY 2017
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Sunday / Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1 BFT | 2 YC | 3 YC | 4 ZIP | 5 ZIP | 6 BC | 7 BC
8 ZIP | 9 BC | 10 YC | 11 YC | 12 BC | 13 BC | 14 BFT
15 BFT | 16 BC | 17 ZIP | 18 ZIP | 19 BFT | 20 BFT | 21 BFT
22 ZIP | 23 ZIP | 24 BC | 25 ZIP | 26 ZIP | 27 BC | 28 BC
29 BFT | 30 YC | 31 ZIP
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++



Lynn's Catfish Calendar [LCC]- January 2017 Lynn's PYC (Prime YellowCat) Days---
1/2 Sun/Mon
10/11/12 Tues/Wed/Thurs
20/21 Fri/Sat
29/30 Sun/Mon

Lynn's Catfish Calendar [LCC]- January 2017 Moon Phases---
5th- 1st Qtr
12th- Full Moon
19th- Last Qtr
27th- New Moon

Lynn's Pick for Best BlueCat Weekends---
6/7/8 Fri/Sat/Sun
27/28/29 Fri/Sat/Sun

Well, there ya have it!
Good Lake (I mean Luck), Be Safe & Stay Warm!
_________________________
Lynn
aka "Catfish"

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#12074194 - 02/03/17 02:58 AM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
Catfish Lynn Offline
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Loc: Bryan, Texas
Still working on the Printed Edition. We finally slowed down at work to catch our breath. It has been unbelievable since last May (2016), as I have been working anywhere from 55 to 69 hours a week since then until this past week of only 49 hours.

OK, as many know, February has been declared as "BlueCat" month, so it is the month to really rack up those big BlueCat catches. Of course, normally it is cooler weather & more stable, as to staying cooler. So Time will tell if it stays true or is disrupted with this warmer weather roller coaster.

As to BlueCat weekends (Fri-Sat) by way of BC days, there are none in February. But there should be Bleedover into the mornings of Saturdays February 5th/11th/25th. This means Fridays the day before were BC days. Bleedover can run into about Noon, possibly more due to a Fuller (near Full Moon) or Full Moon.

Other than that, BC target areas (2 or more straight days) in February are 2nd/3rd; 9th/10th; 21st/22nd. And Bleedover can be from Noon the day before to Noon the day after a designated Calendar day. As for YC days, see the Calendar or my PYC days noted below. Bleedover is in effect for YellowCats, as well as Gator Gars.

Some of you just tuning in, can look back to Dave's "Meat Haul" thread to see what using the Catfish Calendar can do utilizing & understanding Bleedover & use it to maximize your catches, regardless of your method- R-n-R/pole or set lines. And when you are trying to "hook" the younger ones (as to people) into Catfishing, more fish caught will definitely help in that area.

Here's your February 2017 Calendar ...

Lynn’s Catfish Calendar [LCC]- FEBRUARY 2017
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Sunday / Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
XX / XX / XX | 1 ZIP | 2 BC | 3 BC | 4 ZIP
5 ZIP | 6 ZIP | 7 YC | 8 YC | 9 BC | 10 BC | 11 BFT
12 BFT | 13 BC | 14 ZIP | 15 ZIP | 16 BFT | 17 BFT | 18 ZIP
19 ZIP | 20 ZIP | 21 BC | 22 BC | 23 BFT | 24 BC | 25 BFT
26 BFT | 27 ZIP | 28 ZIP
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


Lynn's Catfish Calendar [LCC]- February 2017 Moon Phases---
3rd- 1st Qtr
10th- Full Moon
18th- Last Qtr
26th- New Moon

Lynn's Catfish Calendar [LCC]- February 2017 Lynn's PYC (Prime YellowCat) Days---
7/8/9 Tues/Wed/Thurs
16/17 Thurs/Fri
25/26 Sat/Sun

It seems I forgot to post the KEY last month. Here is the 2017 version of the KEY---

Lynn's Catfish Calendar [LCC]- 2017 KEY:
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
YC = YellowCat // BC = BlueCat // BFT = Buffet (assorted) // ZIP = Zip (not very good)
Tip- Always bait out lines the night before a YC or BC day.
Tip- Gator Gars (GG) run ahead of YellowCats, so bait out late (between 11 PM to 1 AM).
Tip- BlueCats also bite good on YC days, but you can rack 'em up on BC days.
Tip- Some variations or alterations are due to weather or other external influences.
Tip- For Rod-n-Reelers, use Solunar Tables (etc.) also for best times with my calendar.
Tip- Near Full Moon, Gator Gars & YellowCats seem to feed a few hours later.
Tip- Your biggest YellowCats may hit best towards beginning & end of YC days.
Tip- My PYC Days keys in on the YellowCat's Feed/Roam Days Underlying Pattern.
Tip- Bleedover works both ways- Before & After a calendar day. Take advantage.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

So as the song might go ...
Start spreading the news,
singing the "Blues".

(As to catching BlueCats this month.)
Have a Good One!!!
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Lynn
aka "Catfish"

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#12119317 - 03/01/17 06:52 PM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
Catfish Lynn Offline
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Registered: 06/03/10
Posts: 1122
Loc: Bryan, Texas
I'm going to try & post the March calendar before I accidently fall to sleep. I've been up since Midnight.
Here's your March 2017 Calendar ...

Lynn’s Catfish Calendar [LCC]- MARCH 2017
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Sunday / Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
XX / XX / XX | 1 ZIP | 2 BC | 3 BC | 4 ZIP
5 ZIP | 6 YC | 7 YC | 8 ZIP | 9 BC | 10 BFT | 11 BFT
12 BFT | 13 BC | 14 BC | 15 YC | 16 BFT | 17 ZIP | 18 ZIP
19 ZIP | 20 BC | 21 BC | 22 BFT | 23 BFT | 24 BFT | 25 BFT
26 BFT | 27 ZIP | 28 ZIP | 29 ZIP | 30 BC | 31 ZIP
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


Lynn's Catfish Calendar [LCC]- March 2017 Moon Phases---
5th- 1st Qtr
12th- Full Moon
20th- Last Qtr
27th- New Moon

Lynn's Catfish Calendar [LCC]- March 2017 Lynn's PYC (Prime YellowCat) Days---
6/7/8 Mon/Tues/Wed
15/16 Wed/Thurs
24/25 Fri/Sat

For the KEY back up to February.

Have a Great Spring Break, for those that do!!!
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aka "Catfish"

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#12146347 - 03/17/17 09:56 PM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
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#12147517 - 03/19/17 04:22 AM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
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#12157255 - 03/25/17 05:42 AM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
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#12168765 - 04/01/17 01:59 PM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
Catfish Lynn Offline
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Registered: 06/03/10
Posts: 1122
Loc: Bryan, Texas
Greetings Everyone!
Hope Everybody is doing Great!

Several items up front. I'll try to be as brief as possible. As some of you have noticed, there is a thread promoting that the Calendar thread of each current year to become what is called a "sticky". This means that it would remain up top, in the same manner as Catfish Tournaments (their yearly thread), or special Bulletins by TFF. Obviously, at current views of 909, several have noticed. I might add a few tips as to perhaps a way to further the endeavor. That will be at the bottom of this post (following the April calendar info).

Also, if you want to learn more YellowCat secrets, look for the post following the April month posting. And then look again after the May month as well.

You know, from time to time, I hear back from many of you as to your success & successes, from a little to a heaping amount. I am glad to have helped. It means my research has been proven.

Here's one to whet your whistle if you have not tried catfishing the calendar ...
One wrote for their big family gathering for July 4th trip in 2015--- "how are yall doing? We had a good fishing trip the 4th of July we fried 45lbs of filets and brought home 52lbs of filets."

Looking back for that July 4th,2015 segment, not sure as to when they started or stopped, or methods & bait, the Calendar showed this:
Wed(1st)- BFT/ Thurs(2nd)- BFT/ Fri(3rd)- YC/ Sat(4th)- YC/ Sun(5th)- YC/ Mon(6th)- YC
And the PYC days were:
July 5/6 (Sun/Mon)
Moon status was:
July 1st- Full Moon & 8th- Last Qtr
KEY Tips:
YC days are very good for Blues also. And closer to Full Moon means later in the night & even better in the morning for Blues. BFT means something akin to a Buffet (full spread). For me, they draw in more CCs & a variety of the catch. I prefer BC & YC days myself.
EXTRA Tip:
Always key in on your bait as to what the Calendar shows & your preference of catch.


And, if nothing hinders me any further, my best estimate for the printed calendars is around April 15th & 16th. As to whether it is during, just ahead, or a day or two after, that is the target. Sadly, I was told we were slowing down mid to late January at work. We did, sorta, kinda, except me. I mean I have been getting lesser hours in, but having to work faster & harder. This weekend, I finally get a breather to tackle getting the calendar, getting it closer to production. Even with 8 months left to go, you can still clean up & max your year to the fullest. Be it your cup of tea- CPR, fish fry-s, records, group trips, freezer runs, or just really great fish'n, the 12 month calendar allows you to map it all out. Plan for simply the Best!!!


Here's your April 2017 Lynn's Catfish Calendar ...

Lynn’s Catfish Calendar [LCC]- APRIL 2017
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Sunday / Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
XX / XX / XX / XX / XX / XX | 1 ZIP
2 YC | 3 YC | 4 ZIP | 5 ZIP | 6 ZIP | 7 BC | 8 BFT
9 BC | 10 BC | 11 YC | 12 YC | 13 YC | 14 BC | 15 ZIP
16 BC | 17 BC | 18 BC | 19 BFT | 20 BFT | 21 YC | 22 YC
23 ZIP | 24 ZIP | 25 ZIP | 26 ZIP | 27 ZIP | 28 ZIP | 29 YC
30 YC
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


Lynn's Catfish Calendar [LCC]- April 2017 Moon Phases---
3rd- 1st Qtr
11th- Full Moon
19th- Last Qtr
26th- New Moon

Lynn's Catfish Calendar [LCC]- April 2017 Lynn's PYC (Prime YellowCat) Days---
1/2/3 Sat/Sun/Mon
11/12 Tues/Wed
20/21 Thurs/Fri
29/30/(1) Sat/Sun/(Mon)

EXTRA--- Targeted BC days this month are:
7th/9th/10th/14th/16th/17th/18th
and also key in on your YC days for Blues as well.

Here's the KEY to refresh your memory ...

Lynn’s Catfish Calendar [LCC]- 2017 KEY:
+++++++++++++++++++++++
YC = YellowCat // BC = BlueCat // BFT = Buffet (assorted) // ZIP = Zip (not very good)
Tip- Always bait out lines the night before a YC or BC day.
Tip- Gator Gars (GG) run ahead of YellowCats, so bait out late (between 11 PM to 1 AM).
Tip- BlueCats also bite good on YC days, but you can rack ‘em up on BC days.
Tip- Some variations or alterations are due to weather or other external influences.
Tip- For Rod-n-Reelers, use Solunar Tables (etc.) also for best times with my calendar.
Tip- Near Full Moon, Gator Gars & YellowCats seem to feed a few hours later.
Tip- Your biggest YellowCats may hit best towards beginning & end of YC days.
Tip- My PYC Days keys in on the YellowCat’s Feed/Roam Days Underlying Pattern.
Tip- Bleedover works both ways- Before & After a calendar day. Take advantage.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


My suggestions as to making (or presenting TFF with the request) the yearly calendar thread "sticky" is to ...
1) Continue with the current thread, but pick up the pace as to voicing your vote, approval, or opinion.
2) Or create a thread noting something akin to "Time to Vote for ... ", to which everyone would recognize that they actually need to vocalize their vote.

I do not know if it would be the Moderators, the Forum policies, or exactly to whom it might be addressed. But I'm betting that there would need to be at least about 100 to voice a "yea" (yes) vote.

The RTF format is the simplest version I derive from, to currently post the text into the Forum posts. But in the actual RTF file, the days are closely aligned, resembling a seven day spacing like a normal calendar. In pasting it into a Forum post, everything is drawn to the left side (no indention allowed) & no longer in line. A pic of the RTF month would stay in alignment, plus look much better than a rough text (as per current).

Wishin' You the Best & Safest!!!
_________________________
Lynn
aka "Catfish"

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#12168768 - 04/01/17 02:01 PM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
Catfish Lynn Offline
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Loc: Bryan, Texas
YellowCat- MudCat terminology:

I posted this over in the "MudCat Vs. YellowCat" thread started by txfour.

Some of you may recall, actually remember, or distantly in some manner or fashion, have heard a YellowCat sometimes being referred to as a MudCat. I'm sure some pondering this right now, are starting to jog their memories a tad bit & it seems perhaps some many moons ago, there is that faint nudge that you have heard that spoken of. Perhaps you know why. Perhaps you never found out why. Well, maybe its time for another slice of the YellowCat profile.

Nowadays, when you hear the term MudCat (my File name- MC], the first thing you think of is what we always referred to as a "polly", otherwise known as freshwater BullHeads. I was raised on them in my childhood & early teen years. I thought that was it, as for Catfish. I never even knew there were 3 main varieties of the "polly"- Yellow, Brown, and Black. It was later on that I found out that some called them MudCats. It was in my mid teen years I learned there were other types of Catfish out there in existence & some got huge (so they claimed).

Fast Forward a few years & I found out more on ChannelCats [CC], BlueCats [BC], and the oddity known as YellowCats[YC]. Lso of mention or WhiteCats [WC], but I have not caught any of these, or that I am aware of, here in central Texas. And somewhere in that midst of time, I would rarely hear someone refer to these YellowCats as MudCats. And I wondered. Yes, I wondered why. I could understand, or at least get an idea as to why the Bullheads were called MudCats. But YellowCats??? Why would somebody call or refer to them as MudCats.

It seems the term was applied, as to something they did, as to why they drew that term or description from some Catfish fishermen/fisherwomen.

Recently on the thread- "Pre or Post Front?" started by ETX_Chad [was on p.3 about 2/3rds down a few days ago] I spoke of the comparison between Blues & Yellows as to their strength & what they do when they pull jugs under the surface of the water. A big BlueCat will tire out trying to muscle the float down under & stay that course. So the Blue will try, but cannot hold it down for a long duration, unless of course it is a reaklly big one & your jug is smaller. I am speaking of at least a one gallon jug (as to a reference point). But a YellowCat turns on the Tractor gear mode & dives hard without stopping. Why? Because it is seeking a leverage point, or some sort of a safety hold. When it gets hooked, it senses trouble & dives to go under a log, or a crevice if near a bank. If it can't, then only one option remains. That is, to dive straight for the bottom, with everything they have in their "granny" or low gear. When it hits bottom, it will try to bury itself in the mud. If it does, it creates a sort of suction cup & by doing so, it is burrowed in the mud. As to how long it will stay, that depends on many factors. These YellowCat dive tactics are one reason your jug may disappear before some time whjen it may appear again. But the YellowCat may have managedto pry or work loose in this tactical reaction. Believe me, I have encountered missing jugs, only to find them later with a good size YellowCat still on them. Their tactic failed to free them. And sometimes the jug (attached to them) traveled some distance too, yet would have been found if it was up above the surface.

There is another time a YellowCat will do this same thing, as top burrowing in the mud. I do not know if any of you have ever cleaned a stock tank or sleugh out, in order to restock certain fish, by putting out a certain powder (Rotenone) that takes the oxygen out of the water. The fish start coming up to the surface to get oxygen to breathe. You can remove fish. If not, most will finally die for lack of oxygen in the water. However, the YellowCat is one exception. Somehow it senses the oxygen problem. It will come to the surface once or twice. If not caught very fast, then it dives down into the mud, and it somehow survives. Back in the early 70's, my Dad wanted to clean out our sleugh (nicknamed the "MudHole") & restock it with ChannelCat. I had my 13th Birthday party & a bunch of friend's came out to our land in the country. Most of my friends still remember that party. It was a blast. Two huge YellowCats surfaced their heads, but got away before we could catch them. Never spotted them again. They somehow survived.

Not only have I heard the burrowing in the mud bit from a few others here & there, I also heard it from my two YellowCat teachers & my Dad. While I am not completely sure, it can be theorized that they might have put themselves to sleep in order to alter their oxygen intake. There is also a possibility that by burrowing in their unique fashion, that they release some sort of pocket of oxygen stored in the bottom (or maybe in the mud itself), in order to give them time to survive the ordeal.

I will share how to put a YellowCat to sleep (taught to me by one of my YellowCat teachers) when I post the month of May in "Lynn's Catfish Calendar" thread in May 2017. You will actually be able to observe the difference in them, before & after. That portion will follow in a separate post. Perhaps then, you will get an idea of why the YellowCat is indeed a different breed compared to BlueCats & ChannelCats & MudCats (Bullheads).

Nevertheless, that is why YellowCats have been tagged as a MudCat, from time to time. And that is no April Fools.
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#12184137 - 04/05/17 09:04 AM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
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#12192832 - 04/10/17 08:58 PM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
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#12197886 - 04/13/17 01:39 PM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
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I use this calendar for my big fishing trips in the spring and fall. We usually go on the yellow cat weekends. We have always done well. We will be going april 21-24 this year and hope to catch big fish again!
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#12210115 - 04/21/17 11:03 AM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
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#12210242 - 04/21/17 12:40 PM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
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I'm starting to learn how to fish for cat and this info is a major plus!
Thank you so much for sharing this info!
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#12211712 - 04/22/17 02:55 PM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
Catfish Lynn Offline
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Loc: Bryan, Texas
Brief Update ...

Currently (today & tomorrow- Sat & Sun), I am finishing up about 3 monthly stories, and scanning a few pics to blend them together so I can squeeze more pics in for their given months. It looks as if I will be at OfficeMax Monday or Tuesday with the layout & have the hard copy (standard calendar) approved, in order to print more by mid-week. Also, a few alterations, then the Flat Wall Calendar. And then a few more adjustments, the mini-calendars right on their heels.

The scanner has been unearthed & awaits its Catfishing Calendar Workout. I also have to put in new ink cartridges. Back to the Calendar routine.

Just in case you were wondering ...
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#12212054 - 04/22/17 09:27 PM Re: Lynn's Catfish Calendar (LCC) 2017 [Re: Catfish Lynn]
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Thanks for putting this out Lynn, for free... In a time when everyone is looking to make a buck it's very refreshing to see someone share a lifetime of knowledge this way. You, and others like you, are what make the forum great. To me at least.

I hope to one day have the knowledge and ability to share it with others.

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