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xxGirls Fly Fishing 2009 Calendar(Disc.)
Description

Girls Fly Fishing 2009 Calendar

Only 10 cents! Limit 1 Calendar Per Order.

The Girls Fly Fishing 2009 Calendar, is a classy sportsmen's calendar with hints of fun and fishing. Each month features a beautiful model with a large main picture and several smaller thumbnail pictures. Each calendar also features a bonus centerfold poster.

These calendars are printed in full color on glossy stock. The Girls Fly Fishing 2009 Calendar catches the beauty of fishing and femininity.

Pictures of the each month's model are shown below.

Girls Fly Fishing 2009 - JanuaryGirls Fly Fishing 2009 - FebruaryGirls Fly Fishing 2009 - MarchGirls Fly Fishing 2009 - April
Girls Fly Fishing 2009 - MayGirls Fly Fishing 2009 - JuneGirls Fly Fishing 2009 - JulyGirls Fly Fishing 2009 - August
Girls Fly Fishing 2009 - SeptemberGirls Fly Fishing 2009 - OctoberGirls Fly Fishing 2009 - NovemberGirls Fly Fishing 2009 - December

The Girls Fly Fishing 2009 Calendar makes a great gift for a friend or for yourself. These calendars are great for the home, office or fishing camp.

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Reviews
Review Summary
3
( 3 Reviews )
of customers would recommend this product.66%
Reviewer Profile:  
Pros
Easy To Use (2)
Cons
Best Uses
Fresh Water (2)

Depressing
San Jose, CA
About Me:
none
This calendar is insulting to women, flyfishers and especially... women flyfishers.
Pros: none
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
thumbnails too small
Verified
Buyer
pdx
About Me:
Professional
a bit too distracting for the office. Please send 2 more
Pros: Easy To Use
Cons: Serves No Purpose
Best Uses: Fresh Water
FLY FISHING CAN BE EXCITING!
Wilson, NC 27896
About Me:
Avid Fisher
My father caught an 8-1/2 lb Largemouth Bass on a 4 section bamboo fly rod, cortland fly line and an Old Skipper Black & White popper with (rubber band type) legs. I was paddling the boat for him and was only 8 years old. I do have a picture, but would have to get Randy, my 12 year old grandson, to give me computer instructions on how do this. By the way, my Father has been gone for 34 years now - but, I did learn a great deal from him, for instance my three (3) grandsons (Randy, Sam and Jameson) each caught their first bass (1 lb or so) when that reached the grand old age of three (3).
Pros: BASS ON A FLY ROD - GREAT, Easy To Maintain, Durable, Functional, Easy To Use
Cons: none
Best Uses: Fresh Water