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Large DO cookout with Fly Fishers

 
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jakeway



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PostPosted: Wednesday 6-28-2017 9:41 am    Post subject: Large DO cookout with Fly Fishers Reply with quote

Our local Fly Fishing club had a Cast Iron Cookout at the campground at the tailwater below Center Hill Dam outside of Nashville. We had over 100 people and 22 Dutch Ovens and a few skillet dishes like fruit pies. The pot luck was very lucky.

I think it was a bigger turn out than we've ever had. Lots of fun. I just wish our local DO club had its DOG during a different time of year. They have it in October, and my fall weekends are always spent collecting venison for the rest of the year.
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PostPosted: Thursday 6-29-2017 6:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fly fishing and Dutch Ovens. That sounds like a great title for my memoirs. Thinking Laughing I bet that was an awesome time.
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PostPosted: Thursday 6-29-2017 9:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Aggroman wrote:
Fly fishing and Dutch Ovens. That sounds like a great title for my memoirs. Thinking Laughing I bet that was an awesome time.


The fishing was slow (I only caught four between daybreak and 11 am) but it was a lot of fun. We also had a charity auction and I bought an 11 ft Spey rod with case for $20...no one was interested in Spey, I guess.

I cooked my signature Burgoo and had it on the coals from 12:30 pm till we ate at 6.
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PostPosted: Thursday 6-29-2017 5:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My favorite pastimes DO cooking and fly fishing, can't go wrong with a good burgoo. Sounds like a great event, the spey rod sounds like the icing on the cake! Thumbs Up
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PostPosted: Saturday 7-15-2017 9:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I run Dutch ovens in my fishing camps all the time. I run a few big camps, including our 2 Fly event for Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing. 100+ people for 3-4 days. I run about 20 14" and 16" DOs and other smokers and stoves. [/img]
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