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      Anthony Zanetti

        Good day all, the names Tony. I spent a good portion of my late teen years stomping and peddling around the Gifford Pinchot In search of obscure fishing spots, most of which I do not remember, as I never took notes, just looked at some blue circles along a trail map and started walking. When I took off to college, whitewater kayaking and fly fishing took over my life. I spent long summers living out of a tent, guiding as an excuse to paddle and fish in MT and ID. When it was time to get a real job, I found myself back in SW WA. Now that I have kids and one of them is interested in tagging along with me, I stumbled across this forum in search of hike / peddle in fishing with the 7 yo boy child.

        What a wonderful site. I see lots of members and info up north, and I hope I can make a few acquaintances. Please PM or email me if you would like a trekking partner into some WA lakes in the summers to come.

      • #98174
        Bob Burnell


          Welcome to the Hi Laker forum. Good for your getting your kids involved in hiking fishing and other outdoor activities. I cherish fishing with my daughter more than I can explain and can promise you’ll never regret it.

          I live in Woodinville (NE of Seattle) but hope to meet you someday perhaps at a meeting or on a lake.


        • #98175
          Jed Sires


            Glad you found us!

            It sounds like you need to join the Hi-Lakers. It is well worth the $10.


          • #98176
            Dave Weyrick

              Welcome, Tony. Don’t want to sound like a salesman, but a Hi-laker membership includes the whole family. As a member, your 7 yo son could peruse the amazing Lakefinder and look for lakes you two could fish.

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