Share info on fishing Champlain.
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As folks here may or may not know. Brian will retire after 33 years of service to F&W. I would personally like to thank him for his service and his contributions to making Champlain a better fishery.
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- Species: Coldwater fishes!!!
- Location: LAKE CHAMPLAIN UNITED!
Congratulations Brian and thank you so much for your contributions to Vermont's fisheries!
Catch and serve with lemon.
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- Species: anything with a fin
- Location: Winooski, VT
Very gracious man. Always willing to give advice and to share at the seminars. A real friend of the environment.
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- Species: Salmon, steelhead, brown trout
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Wow what a milestone... thanks for all your work Brian!!!
brian thanks for all you did for the fishery.
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- Species: trout, salmon
- Location: Granger, IN
Enjoy your retirement ... you earned it! Now maybe you can fish more!
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- Species: Salmo Salar Sebago
- Location: Burlington
That was quite a run, Brian. Thanks for all you’ve done for the restoration of our Salmonid fisheries over the past 33 years and your continued support of the Forum. We always looked forward to your Lake updates at the winter workshops. Enjoy retirement
I remember meeting Brian for the first time at Perkins Pier in 1986 during a LCI weigh-in for us. Very passionate about our fishery. Thanks for supporting the Winter Seminars Brian and your tireless efforts with our fishery and enthusiasm. Hope to get you out on my boat! Retirement is pretty cool as you can pick the weather you want Monday-Friday with no line at the access areas.
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