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Old 06-20-2011, 04:42 PM   #1
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A Fishing story that SeaJay hasn't told

A Fishing Story
I went fishing this morning, but after a short time I ran out of worms.
Then, out of the corner of my eye, I saw a cottonmouth with a frog in his mouth. "Frogs are good bass bait" I thought to myself.
Knowing the snake couldn't bite me with the frog in his mouth, I grabbed him right behind the head, took the frog, and put it in my bait bucket.

Just then, I realized I had a problem, how was I going to release the snake without getting bit?

So, I grabbed my bottle of Jack Daniel's and poured a little whiskey in its mouth.
The snakes eyes rolled back and he went limp. I released him into the lake without incident and carried on fishing using the frog.

A little later, I felt a nudge at my foot.
There was that same snake with two more frogs in his mouth.

Life is good!
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I'm sure Seajay will use this somewhere sitting around a campfire.
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I went fishing last week, and after trying for hours, I finllay hooked a big un. Bring it to the boat, I discovered that I had hook onto an old rusty Coleman latern.

That thing still had the mantels burning and it was bright !!!!!!


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Now if you take the frogs out of the snakes mouth, Ill turn the light out on that latern.
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Might you be suggesting the fish story is not real? How did the bottle of JD become empty if the snake didn't drink it?
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Duh!!!
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Duh!!!
So what happened to the JD? Oh and can I borrow the lantern? It's been raining real hard and I could use a waterproof lantern. Must not use much white gas
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I must admit.. THAT... Was a good un.
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ALL RIGHT GUYS...... I see you have been sneakin around watchin me fish (and sip) and I represent each and every word you have writ about me.
(you people are really sick..... but I take it all as a compliment.... thanks guys)
Maybe later I will tell you about the real old ''Grandfather clock'' that my great, great, great, great, grand pa had in his house that he and his uncle built when he was just a small baby while his parents were uptown at a movie.....(cough cough)......
Lets all thank our Veterans for the gift they have given us.... FREEDOM..........
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Seajay was probably the snake - in disguise. (Well, maybe not disguised.)
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Seajay was probably the snake - in disguise. (Well, maybe not disguised.)
When I got Wayne the Marine on my side and talking for me I do not need an emeny, enamie, emminie, enamy, ....... you know what I mean....
Thanks Wayne...
Say thanks to a Vet for giving us our freedoms .....
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Good one Ron!!!!
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Good one Ron!!!!
Thanks, can't believe Mick won't lend me that underwater lantern. The snake said there's more frogs where these came from and I'm almost out of JD!
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E n e n e m a is actually what I think you are looking for seajay.
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E n e n e m a is actually what I think you are looking for seajay.
Mick, your spelting is worser than mine...

We got troops coming home soon .........
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