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Posted by Kerry Grissett on February 11, 2004 at 22:27:39:

It has been a very long time since I posted one of my messages thanking all of the good folks who make the NAFF such a great place for everyone interested in fishing Alabama! Thanks folks!!!

For those who have read and supported the NAFF for any length of time, you already know that I have strong opinions about many subjects and don't mind expressing them most of the time. In doing that, I can say that I have made mistakes and put my foot in my mouth more than a few times. I think I own up to my mistakes and will admit when I am wrong, although some will still disagree with me when I am right. All in all, I try to do and say what I believe to be right and factual and let you know when it is just my opinion from experience. No I am not perfect, but like most folks, I strive to be the best I can be. I have been "accused" (LOL!) of being a crappie expert or "guru", but I can tell you that I am not anywhere close! LOL! Although I spend a lot of time on the water and have developed quite a few theories about fish behavior, I am definitely not an expert. OK, ok... before I stick my foot in my mouth again...

Thanks again to all the great people who support the NAFF concept and spirit. If you are new to the NAFF or even if you have been here for a long time, please take the time to read the following pages:

NAFF Rules of Conduct
http://home.hiwaay.net/~ksgrisse/wwwboard/messages/welcome.html

NAFF Mission Statement
http://home.hiwaay.net/~ksgrisse/mission.html

NAFF FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
http://home.hiwaay.net/~ksgrisse/wwwboard/faq.htm

For most people, these pages will answer most questions. If you still have a question after reading them, email me and I will attempt to answer your questions.

I spend, on average, from 3 to 5 hours a day working on and monitoring the NAFF site. It has become quite a job. One that I enjoy, but a job no less that has to be done 365 days a year. Please keep that in mind if my "bull" detector goes off and I let you know about it.

Thanks again!

Good luck and good fishin'

Kerry


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