by Marc Aroner November 08, 2010 1 min read

Well I’m home again after a busy weekend in Danbury, CT at the Art of the Angler show. I had a great time, saw a number of old friends, got to see a few customers, and managed to keep from walking out of the show with more than I brought in, which for me is no small feat. I thought that the turnout was pretty impressive and there seemed to be a lot of action in terms of people buying and selling tackle which was good.

A special thanks is in order to all of those who stopped by to say hello, and above all thanks to Jim Krul and the staff of the Catskill Fly Fishing Museum who made it all happen. It was a great event and lot of fun. I also heard that it was Jim’s birthday  so warm wishes on that front as well.

Now it’s back to work.

-Marc

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