What's been going on at VBL in January?



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 Yea, I know, what’s with the lack of updates?

What can I say…  The weather has been pretty nasty for fishing and it seems dealing with an old computer and finally going to a new one is a bit taxing on the 57 year old brain.  Anyways, here’s a bit of a video that sums up some of what has occurred over the past month.  Click on the link……….


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8 thoughts on “What's been going on at VBL in January?

  1. Hi Gord…In consideration of a new computer, the weather and your age, you still managed to get outdoors once in January. This is still a nice accomplishment. Many lesser men would be happy to sit back with the bottle and stay indoors. My hat’s off to you. Can we expect another update towards the end of February?

    1. Professor
      If Gord is dealing with Windows 8 I feel for him.
      I know computers and different systems cause of work and home and I have had a chance to play with Windows 8 and it sucks…..

  2. I turned on my computer to send you an email to see if you were still kicking. Gave the Beav one more try and viola! Good to see you both are doing fine. Thank you for the VBL hit……I needed it!

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