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Topic: Recently stationed in South San Francisco  (Read 290 times)

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Gunny Stewart

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Hey all.  I moved out here a couple of months ago and my 19 y/o son moved here last month.  We have 4 Kayaks (two SIKs and two SOTs) and have been getting them set up slowly.  BTW, we both stay on boats (non-running) for right now.  I appreciate all of you and your tips, advice, and tutorials.  I'm stationed here until I retire in about 3.25 years.  We have taken the yaks out to Oyster Cove and been skunked.  I was just reading about the tubes at Brisbane, so I might try there tomorrow.  We haven't ventured much further than that simply because the day I moved here, all of my uniforms and salt water reels were stolen along with the Pelican case from the back of my truck.  I've spent my time and money replacing uniforms and now finally have some rods set up.  I am hoping that we can meet some great people and can ensure our rigs are set up well from the start.  I haven't done much salt water fishing and it has been a few years since I took him out on a lake or stream.  We both have an interest in fly fishing also, but have not started purchasing for that adventure yet.  Lastly, I have a keen interest in crabbing and lobstering, but haven't done that either.  I do custom leatherwork so if anyone wants to trade skills for something made out of leather, let me know.  You can see pics on Instagram (Gunny Stewart).

I also read about HOW and would like to thank any and all of you that do that.

I look forward to meeting (either ol or irl) all of you.

Gunny
Gunny


LoletaEric

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Great intro, Gunny.  Welcome to NCKA.  :smt001
I am a licensed guide.  DFW Guide ID:  1000124.   Let's do a trip together.

Loleta Eric's Guide Service

loletaeric@yahoo.com - call me up at (707) 845-0400

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Being an honorable sportsman is way more important than what you catch.


Gunny Stewart

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Thanks Boss.  Been watching you on youtube since last night.  Learning a lot.  Like how tired I was when I saw Shelter Cove and thought it was only 20 minutes away from me.  To clarify, somehow last night I thought it was in Pacifica, not 4.5 hours north of me.  I was going to call you today to set something up until I realized that. :smt013
Gunny


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Welcome to the madness, GS.
I'm an ordinary guy, 'cept I can fly
And sometimes I'm invisible


LoletaEric

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Quote from: Gunny Stewart
Thanks Boss.  Been watching you on youtube since last night.  Learning a lot.  Like how tired I was when I saw Shelter Cove and thought it was only 20 minutes away from me.  To clarify, somehow last night I thought it was in Pacifica, not 4.5 hours north of me.  I was going to call you today to set something up until I realized that. :smt013

Hahahaha!  :smt003

Hopefully it'll be worth the drive when you do come up.  :smt001
I am a licensed guide.  DFW Guide ID:  1000124.   Let's do a trip together.

Loleta Eric's Guide Service

loletaeric@yahoo.com - call me up at (707) 845-0400

http://www.loletaeric.com/home.html

Being an honorable sportsman is way more important than what you catch.


VK

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Welcome aboard Gunny . There`s a few Marines around here and a few of us Navy Corpsman  too .

Thanks for your service Gunny


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Welcome Brotha,
I'd be happy to show you and your son around Sonoma county coast if you guys could find the time.  Let me know
----Willha


Gunny Stewart

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Welcome Brotha,
I'd be happy to show you and your son around Sonoma county coast if you guys could find the time.  Let me know
That sounds awesome.  I'll definitely take you up on it.
Welcome aboard Gunny . There`s a few Marines around here and a few of us Navy Corpsman  too .

Thanks for your service Gunny
Thanks for yours D.
Welcome to the madness, GS.
Thanks NWM
Gunny


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welcome gunny!

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Welcome aboard Gunny . There`s a few Marines around here and a few of us Navy Corpsman  too .

Thanks for your service Gunny
There are a few of us Coasties here too. SEMPER (insert you moto)
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BigJim

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Welcome Gunny!!

 :smt006

Sincerely,

Jim

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Welcome aboard, Gunny! This a great group of folks from all over and an amazing resource and brotherhood!
-Success is living the life you want-
Joel ><>


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Welcome, Gunny. Hope to see you out on the water soon.


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Sorry to hear about the bad luck on the PCS, welcome to the bay Guns!


Gunny Stewart

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Thanks to all.  Sorry about the long wait to reply.  I was totally engrossed in a 15 page contention in argument about the merits and detractions of a trolling motor in a tournament.  The plot twist was how suddenly it became a discrimination on veterans and ultimately the pillars of democracy.  FWIW, I think you guys are alright, though time will tell. :smt003
Gunny


 

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