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  1. It went something like… he was struggling for a poster name when the phone in front of him and the bush outside the window supplied the answer. Here’s a classic from AnglersNet… Hi all (again) Oldtimers will remember me as Phonebush. I got booted from my usual haunt on CAG (USA forum) from member status to guest status. Not much a "guest" can do on CAG so I thought I'd "catch up" on your side of the pond. Usually pay my CAG dues at an event but haven't been able to go to a single one this year. To old to start messing with money transfers on the internet. It's like electricty - don't trust what you can't see. Anyway, I'll stumble around a bit and not doubt "say something" as I use shoepolish with toothpaste in it. Serves two purposes when I have my foot in my mouth. Phone Posted July 24, 2011
  2. Yes Buzzbomb, there was a photograph on here of Bill sitting in a blue chair, rod by his side, and turning his head round to smile at the cameraman. The thread was about organising a fish-in as a tribute to him if I remember correctly.
  3. Deeply saddened to share this… William “Bill” Warder, 80, passed away Monday, July 12, 2021, at St. Luke’s Northland Hospital. Bill was born April 20, 1941, in Independence, MO to Robert Lee and Lucille Jeanette (Ward) Warder. Bill was a graduate of the William Crisman High School in Independence. He was owner/operator of Air Freight Central located at the Kansas City International Airport for over 30 years, until his retirement. For many years, Bill was an active member of the Weston, MO community, and will be fondly remembered as an enthusiastic umpire by the local ball players and fans. He was a member of the Weston Masonic Lodge #53 A.F. & A.M. and was an avid fisherman and golfer. Bill was preceded in death by his parents; and his first wife Phyllis (Reeves) Warder. He is survived by his current wife Natalyia Valentinovna Denisova; his children Kristie Reese of Phoenix, AZ, Brooke (Eric) Mosier of Weston, Meghan (Dave) Lowry of Fernandina Beach, FL, Jay (Tracie) Warder of Maryville, MO, and Elizabeth Warder of K.C., MO; grandchildren G. Brandt (Lauren) Schlick, G. Benjamin (Jessica) Schlick, G. Baxter Schlick, Whitney D. Warder, Jenson R. Lowry, Devin J. Lowry, and William R. Lowry; great grandchildren, (who called him “The Wizard”), Dexter Schlick, Liberty Schlick, Marlowe Schlick, Rylan Gardner, Blake Gardner, Adam Schlick, Lucas Schlick, Jacob Schlick, Remi Moran, River Moran, Rhrett Moran, Aria Moran, Piper Moran, Jax Moran and Avery Hamrick; brother Robert A. (Dora) Warder of Raymore, MO; and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, and extended family and friends. Following cremation, a memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions can be given to the Weston Sports Association in c/o Shane Davis.
  4. Phone is a regular contributor to Anglersnet forum but has not visited it since 5 June, having previously posted that he was scheduled to be released from rehabilitation to go home about 1 May. Nothing further I am afraid.
  5. Not from across the pond it’s not. A whole 12 months of receiving…. absolutely nothing! Good luck to you all.
  6. Phone was hospitalised for most of 2021 after chemo treatment. He is now home having lost weight from 15 stone to 11 and a half. Fingers crossed 🤞
  7. It would be nice if the technical talks could be reproduced in a later copy of the NACA magazine for those that cannot make it.
  8. Alan

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    Willem, sorted thanks
  9. Alan

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    I have the same problem. I also tried the store and clicked on international membership but it still didn't take me anywhere.
  10. Although there is a lot of very useful information on bait and temperatures on the forum, I cannot find the answer to this specific question. When there is a sudden and unexpected change in temperature, should you change the bait? For example, it is July and the fish are on rice, as normal, and you know that rice still has some life left in it. But the temperature drops significantly for a few days, into the "oats range", before rising back to its normal level. Should you switch back to oats during the temporary temperature drop or continue with rice? Thanks
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