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      Howdy, folks. I know this is way overdue, and the damage is probably already done, but after weeks of working with the database I've finally wiped out all of the spam posts and topics. This was no easy task, considering there were three-quarters of a million bogus posts and nearly three hundred thousand bogus topics. Once a hacker/spammer network finds a vulnerability, they send out automated programs that basically destroy a database like this. Over the past couple weeks I've migrated all of the good data into a more current, secure platform with the hopes that we can somehow rebuild. New member registration is tightened way up, and a third-party spam monitoring service is in place. I've also invested in an awesome new gallery extension,  allowing members to create, manage, and share image galleries. Please give it a try, and let me know if there are any issues. I'm still testing and working out the bugs. Surfcaster's forums were once an amazing resource for everyone to enjoy, and we're hoping it can once again build back up. The main site (non-forums) is pretty banged up, but once the forums are complete my next task is to re-invent that as well. Spread the word. Hope to see a lot of you back! Cheers, Andrew

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  1. www.snesportsman.com Friday January 14, 2005 Slide Presentation: Shallow Water Stripers with Eels by Captain Joe Pagano 6 PM to 7 PM Captain Joe Pagano has been running his charter business for 24 years. The first 10 years were spent concentrating offshore on shark and tuna. In the past 14 years, he has focused mainly on the Rhode Island south shore coastline for bass with an occasional trip to Block Island. He operates his 23’ Wellcraft center console Stuff IT out of Ram Point Marina. Fly Casting Demonstration by Ed Lombardo 6 PM to 6:45 Ed was one of twelve of the best fly fishers in America selected by ESPN to compete in it's first Great Outdoor Games Competition at Lake Placid, NY. Slide Presentation: Fly Fishing for Stripers and False Albacore by Ed Lombardo 7 PM to 8 PM Fly Casting Demonstration by Ed Lombardo 8:15 PM to 9 PM Saturday January 15, 2005 Fly Casting Demonstration by Ed Lombardo 11 AM to 11:45 AM Ed was one of twelve of the best fly fishers in America selected by ESPN to compete in it's first Great Outdoor Games Competition at Lake Placid, NY. Slide Presentation: Labrador Brook Trout by Maria Blair 11 AM to 12 PM Maria Blair is the top female freshwater flyfishing instructor/guide in Western Mass. And Northern CT. since 1993. She currently resides in Ludlow, MA.A frequent presenter and lecturer at shows and clubs along the East coast, Maria’s articles appear in Woods and Waters USA, Flyfish magazine and several other publications. She is currently filming a 7 part series for the Connecticut Angler TV Show, called “ Flyfishing with Maria Blair”. Slide Presentation: False Albacore and Stripers by Captain Joe Pagano 12 PM to 1 PM Captain Joe Pagano has been running his charter business for 24 years. The first 10 years were spent concentrating offshore on shark and tuna. In the past 14 years, he has focused mainly on the Rhode Island south shore coastline for bass with an occasional trip to Block Island. He operates his 23’ Wellcraft center console Stuff IT out of Ram Point Marina. Slide Presentation: Fly Fishing Small Streams of New England by Ed Lombardo Noon to 1 PM Slide Presentation: Fishing the Hex Hatch of the Great Wood River by Ed Lombardo 1:45 PM to 3 PM Fly Casting and Line Control Made Easy: by Maria Blair (casting area) 3 PM to 4 PM Maria Blair is the top female freshwater flyfishing instructor/guide in Western Mass. And Northern CT. since 1993. She currently resides in Ludlow, MA.A frequent presenter and lecturer at shows and clubs along the East coast, Maria’s articles appear in Woods and Waters USA, Flyfish magazine and several other publications. She is currently filming a 7 part series for the Connecticut Angler TV Show, called “ Flyfishing with Maria Blair”. Slide Presentation: Fly Fishing New Hampshire’s Trophy Salmon ant Trout Rivers by Jim Norton and Jerry Crow 4 PM to 5 PM Many anglers think you have to go to Northern Maine, the Great Lakes tributaries or Canada for trophy trout in a wilderness setting in the Northeast. There are opportunities to fish for native brook trout, landlocked salmon, Atlantic salmon, Rainbow trout and Brown trout in a wilderness setting, without another angler in sight. The Androscoggin, Connecticut and Pemigewasset Rivers offer an accessible, affordable option to anglers seeking a quality experience. This presentation profiles these three rivers and the opportunities they provide. Highlights include the Alder River and dry fly action on the Connecticut River. Slide Presentation: Learning the Farmington River in CT by Maria Blair 5 PM to 6 PM Slide Presentation: False Albacore and Stripers by Captain Joe Pagano 6PM to 7 PM Captain Joe Pagano has been running his charter business for 24 years. The first 10 years were spent concentrating offshore on shark and tuna. In the past 14 years, he has focused mainly on the Rhode Island south shore coastline for bass with an occasional trip to Block Island. He operates his 23’ Wellcraft center console Stuff IT out of Ram Point Marina. Slide Presentation: Fly Fishing New Hampshire’s Trophy Salmon ant Trout Rivers by Jim Norton and Jerry Crow 4 PM to 5 PM Many anglers think you have to go to Northern Maine, the Great Lakes tributaries or Canada for trophy trout in a wilderness setting in the Northeast. There are opportunities to fish for native brook trout, landlocked salmon, Atlantic salmon, Rainbow trout and Brown trout in a wilderness setting, without another angler in sight. The Androscoggin, Connecticut and Pemigewasset Rivers offer an accessible, affordable option to anglers seeking a quality experience. This presentation profiles these three rivers and the opportunities they provide. Highlights include the Alder River and dry fly action on the Connecticut River. Fly Casting and Line Control Made Easy: by Maria Blair (casting area) 8 PM to 9 PM Maria Blair is the top female freshwater flyfishing instructor/guide in Western Mass. And Northern CT. since 1993. She currently resides in Ludlow, MA.A frequent presenter and lecturer at shows and clubs along the East coast, Maria’s articles appear in Woods and Waters USA, Flyfish magazine and several other publications. She is currently filming a 7 part series for the Connecticut Angler TV Show, called “ Flyfishing with Maria Blair”. Sunday January 16, 2005 Fly Casting Demonstration by Ed Lombardo 10:30 AM to 11:15 AM Ed was one of twelve of the best fly fishers in America selected by ESPN to compete in it's first Great Outdoor Games Competition at Lake Placid, NY. Slide Presentation: False Albacore and Stripers by Captain Joe Pagano 11 AM to 12 PM Captain Joe Pagano has been running his charter business for 24 years. The first 10 years were spent concentrating offshore on shark and tuna. In the past 14 years, he has focused mainly on the Rhode Island south shore coastline for bass with an occasional trip to Block Island. He operates his 23’ Wellcraft center console Stuff IT out of Ram Point Marina. Slide Presentation: Fly Fishing for Stripers and False Albacore by Ed Lombardo 12:30 PM to 2 PM Fly Casting Demonstration by Ed Lombardo 2:30 PM to 3 PM Slide Presentation: Shallow Water Stripers with Eels by Captain Joe Pagano 3 PM to 4 PM Captain Joe Pagano has been running his charter business for 24 years. The first 10 years were spent concentrating offshore on shark and tuna. In the past 14 years, he has focused mainly on the Rhode Island south shore coastline for bass with an occasional trip to Block Island. He operates his 23’ Wellcraft center console Stuff IT out of Ram Point Marina. Fly Casting Demonstration by Ed Lombardo 4:00 PM to 4:45 PM
  2. There will be a great seminar lineup at the Rhode Island Sportsman Show this weekend. Ed Lombardo, Marla Blair, Jim Norton, Jerry Crow and others will be presenting every day at the show. There schedule is posted on the show website. www.snesportsman.com It's on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the University of Rhode Island.
  3. IT'S SHOWTIME!!! Check out our website www.snesportsman.com Southern New England Sportsman Show January 14,15,16 - 2005 The University of Rhode Island Ryan Center Kingston,RI Dear Sportsman, The Southern New England Sportsman Show is pleased to announce the exposition dates for 2005. Premiering at the University of Rhode Island’s new Ryan Center, the all new Southern New England Sportsman Show will be held on January 14, 15 and 16, 2005. Sure to be a first class event, the 2005 show will bring to Southern New England a true representation of the best Hunting and Fishing outfitters and equipment manufacturers the industry has to offer. This year the National Wild Turkey Federation will host a sanctioned turkey calling contest with points awarded towards the quest for a national championship. The event is sure to draw top callers from throughout the Northeast as well as pro-staffers from the top call manufacturers in the region. The event is open to all levels with prizes awarded to the winners in each category. The Northeast Big Buck Club will present the top whitetail deer from Rhode Island. Attendees will get a first hand look at the top bucks in the shotgun, archery and muzzleloader category and meet the hunters who harvested them. Included in the display will be the new State Record muzzleloader typical, taken by James Manni. This impressive 11 point buck scores a whopping 172 1/8 and shows why the little state of Rhode Island has been tops in the Northeast muzzleloader record book entries for the past ten years. Ken DeLisi will be on hand with his State Record typical whitetail which scores an impressive 156 0/8 in the gun category. Fly fishermen will have an opportunity to meet Ed Lombardo, Marla Blair, Bob Hines, Jim Norton, Gerry Crow and other top fly fishing experts from the Northeast as they demonstrate their casting abilities and conduct seminars on fly fishing in the region. Daily fly tying demonstrations will be hosted by United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island. Debuting in the new, state of the art Ryan Center, the show will be held on two levels with over 100 spaces of pure hunting and fishing excitement. Whether it’s professional knowledge, trip planning or top of the line equipment you seek, the Southern New England Sportsman Show is sure to please. See you there!! Sincerely, Ted Maguire
  4. IT'S SHOWTIME!!! Check out our website www.snesportsman.com Southern New England Sportsman Show January 14,15,16 - 2005 The University of Rhode Island Ryan Center Kingston,RI Dear Sportsman, The Southern New England Sportsman Show is pleased to announce the exposition dates for 2005. Premiering at the University of Rhode Island’s new Ryan Center, the all new Southern New England Sportsman Show will be held on January 14, 15 and 16, 2005. Sure to be a first class event, the 2005 show will bring to Southern New England a true representation of the best Hunting and Fishing outfitters and equipment manufacturers the industry has to offer. This year the National Wild Turkey Federation will host a sanctioned turkey calling contest with points awarded towards the quest for a national championship. The event is sure to draw top callers from throughout the Northeast as well as pro-staffers from the top call manufacturers in the region. The event is open to all levels with prizes awarded to the winners in each category. The Northeast Big Buck Club will present the top whitetail deer from Rhode Island. Attendees will get a first hand look at the top bucks in the shotgun, archery and muzzleloader category and meet the hunters who harvested them. Included in the display will be the new State Record muzzleloader typical, taken by James Manni. This impressive 11 point buck scores a whopping 172 1/8 and shows why the little state of Rhode Island has been tops in the Northeast muzzleloader record book entries for the past ten years. Ken DeLisi will be on hand with his State Record typical whitetail which scores an impressive 156 0/8 in the gun category. Fly fishermen will have an opportunity to meet Ed Lombardo, Marla Blair, Bob Hines, Jim Norton, Gerry Crow and other top fly fishing experts from the Northeast as they demonstrate their casting abilities and conduct seminars on fly fishing in the region. Daily fly tying demonstrations will be hosted by United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island. Debuting in the new, state of the art Ryan Center, the show will be held on two levels with over 100 spaces of pure hunting and fishing excitement. Whether it’s professional knowledge, trip planning or top of the line equipment you seek, the Southern New England Sportsman Show is sure to please. See you there!! Sincerely, Ted Maguire
  5. mdang, I was responding to an angry post left for me demanding that I remove my post or it would be done for me. I have moved it to the ANYTHING section of this forum if anyone would like to see it. It is titled Southern New England Sportsman Show. Sincerely, Ted Maguire
  6. Sorry Bill, I didn't mean to offend you. We are just trying to spread the word. Ted Maguire
  7. You may view this post at www.snesportsman.com. Thanks, Ted
  8. ok, Go to www.snesportsman.com to view.
  9. done,sorry for your trouble