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  1. NC Rockhopper
    03-12-11 08:29 PM
    NC Rockhopper
    hi again, just thought i'd let u know there is a fantastic WWII aviation class at Young Harris this Fall. Last Fall we had 2 WWII pilots, 2 WWII crew members and 1 Vietnam pilot. George L. Perry, son of the George L. Perry that holds the world record large mouth, teaches it. it would be a real honor to have u too!
  2. Bill Couch
    05-22-09 06:00 PM
    Bill Couch
    Hello TTG,
    I am one of the monitors of the ASK DNR forum and son of Capt. William (Bill) Couch, navigator of a medium bomber in WWII. Dad flew 18 missions before his plane was shot down over Belgium and he was a POW for the last 22 months of the war. I think of him and the sacrafice of a generation, each time I see your post, thanks.

    I'm writing to answer your question in the forum about fish feeds. Red vs. any other color doesn't mean much to me relative to trout food. For about 27 years I wrote and bid the trout feed contract for Georgia's trout hatcheries. We wanted the best value for the lowest price. We determined a floating extruded feed was the best product. A floating feed will also work best in a stream, because it won't dissapear on the bottom and you'll know when you're wasting feed.

    A simple formula to determine the value you would get would be to find out the percent fat, protein, and carbohydrate of your feed. A good manufacturer will provide that or will give you that information if you call them. Multiply the fat times 10 and the carbohydrate and protein by 5 and add the three numbers. This will give you the approximate number of Kcals in a pound of feed. Divide this number by the price of equal volumes of the feeds you wish to compare. The highest number will be the "best value".

    I liked high fat and high protein feeds. Those feeds were generally the better value. Call me if you need more information.

    Bill Couch, former mgr.
    Buford Trout Hatchery
    404 402 0261
  3. MJL1961
    11-24-08 10:08 AM
    Hello Top Turret Gunner, Thank you for your service!! What BG/BS were you assigned to? Reading 'Masters of the Air' right now. Have 8,000 hours + as Flight Engineer in the C-130. (... but no 'Twin .50's).
  4. justin30513
    08-19-08 02:36 PM
    Man I enjoy talking with you at Tammen. I believe our schedule is the same.......get there when you can!
    I appreciate all you do!
  5. Fish Gazer
    07-15-08 09:34 PM
    Fish Gazer
    Hey Top

    This is Jeff McMillan, Fish Gazer. I believe we are going to leave for the hatchery saturday am at 7 and return around 11 or 12 am. Gatorbyte and Jason will be coming along as well.

    Please give me directions to your home or if you want we can all meet somewhere central.


  6. Fishbreath
    07-15-08 03:07 PM
    hey gunne! hope ya have a good one

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