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May 18, 2006

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Still Fishing: 105-year-old angler gives hope to us all

Any working fisherman who’s been paying attention to corporate bankruptcy and the demise of pension plans worries about retirement, primarily about whether or not we’ll ever get to stop working and, if we do, how many years of fishing we’ll have left in us. Well, Floyd Doty can’t help you with the first part. But, still fishing at 105 years old, he’s cause for hope about the second. Here’s his story:
http://www.sunherald.com/mld/thesunherald/sports/outdoors/14575891.htm

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