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Old 05-06-2013, 06:29 AM   #379
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my brother caught fish and it started raining and and i didn't get to catch one. will never forget that. Hurt my feelings and made me cry.l. Will never forgtet that. Weht home and took alark clock apart. that shoudd fix them. hit a bullet with a hammer. i only hit woodl after tath. RVM23. just agt "A" to owkek on key time or nap been uf 35+ hours bny.
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Old 05-06-2013, 06:32 AM   #380
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fingers feek like rugger must kokk offl- now, bye, rvn23
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Old 05-06-2013, 07:55 AM   #381
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fingers feek like rugger must kokk offl- now, bye, rvn23
Need some serious spell check there Dunner. LOL
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Need some serious spell check there Dunner. LOL
First cup of coffee rule. No posting until first cup of coffee kicks in. Lol.
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Check the time of my post. I ran out of awake.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:38 PM   #384
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When my departed Farter-in-Law wanted to make sure his trotlines were full, he would bait them with Ivory Soap.

Catfish loved it.

I had never heard of it before him.
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My BIL and I used to go river fishing for El Gato, he would use the most expensive skankiest, slimiest stink bait he could find. I used night crawlers. Beat him in total qty 2 to 1, but he never gave up on his "magic bait".
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My weapon of choice for bass was a yellow, 3/8 oz Sonic. Still have 4 - 6 packs of various colors. The faster you cranked them, the faster they would vibrate.
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My weapon of choice for bass was a yellow, 3/8 oz Sonic. Still have 4 - 6 packs of various colors. The faster you cranked them, the faster they would vibrate.
I havent looked at crank baits for so long, you wud be surprized how many names I dont know.
Back in the day, I used lazy ike, hula popper, etc. Yeah, old timey stuff.
But one day soon.....
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I remember them. Caught a lot of White base on the poppers and wig-wag thingies with the big spoon on the front.
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I havent looked at crank baits for so long, you wud be surprized how many names I dont know.
Back in the day, I used lazy ike, hula popper, etc. Yeah, old timey stuff.
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RVM1 - I have a few spares I can loan ya if we can manage to cross paths at the waters edge. May not have wet a line this trip but nearing ready for anything that swims in fresh water. Need to make a trip to Wally World for skirts and blades for spinner and buzz baits and jigs etc. I enjoy truing the lures - adding new rings and skits and hooks, etc. May get an air brush kit and strip some down and paint em. Also need to tighten up the trout fishing stuff. Haven't gotten a fly rod and reel either. Haven't lived in trout county so when there just spool sum light line on a spinning reel and do ok. Also need that salt water gear. Wow. I'm no where ready to fish yet.
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One day I will be yours to re-teach, RVM2, and will see if some of my old tricks hold water.

I think you may have set the basis for: What is a Mutant Fisherman? You are a traveling bait store, my man!

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I had they joy of owning a bass boat and lots of us down here in Texas join clubs and fish tournaments. I did for several years and so did my dad. We both eventually sold our boats but I kept most of my gear. I couldn't part with and now I'm glad I have it. As for the lessons - Chuck iI - Wind It - If Bump - Set Hook - Keep Winding. Repeat. Coming back to you? Lol.

One day my friend.
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