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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    No thatís fine. Just wondered if it was my crazy friend Fred!
    Freddy o'hearn? If that's your friend than definitely not him, he's good people.
    Life's to short for an ugly boat

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    Yup oíhearn. Known him for a long time! We guided together for several years. I like Fred.
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    Can you tell us if he operates in PWS, Seward, Homer, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    Yup oíhearn. Known him for a long time! We guided together for several years. I like Fred.
    When you can get him away from his camera Last he told me he was cutting back on charters and going to try more eco sight seeing stuff. Him and that dang camera man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abel View Post
    When you can get him away from his camera Last he told me he was cutting back on charters and going to try more eco sight seeing stuff. Him and that dang camera man.
    I've got a buddy that has been slowly going from fish guiding to the Eco thing. Says it is 100% less stressful. Clients are happy no matter what they see or experience. He loads them and their kayaks up, if it's that kind of trip, off they go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sisusuomi View Post
    I've got a buddy that has been slowly going from fish guiding to the Eco thing. Says it is 100% less stressful. Clients are happy no matter what they see or experience. He loads them and their kayaks up, if it's that kind of trip, off they go.


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    Man I can totally see it being less stressful! People paying you to produce something you donít control can cause some anxiety.
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