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Old 01-25-2014, 11:45 AM   #10249
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When Tim was telling me about running trot lines on Lake Quchita I asked how he knew where to set the lines. I have only set lines a few times and never had any "luck". Tim didn't reveal his secret to harvesting catfish on trot lines, but I did share may typical catch.

Mud Cat. Turtle. Snake. Repeat.

I can hook em with rod and reel, but apparently I don't know where to set lines. I have also not used jug lines with any real success. I guess the jerk at the one end of the rod is required in order for me to put a stringer together.

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We caught many catfish on noodles(like Jugs but pool noodles instead) this past fall. The trick seems to be having someone who knows.
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This is in no way related to camping, RVs, or mutating. In fact, it involves that dreaded four letter word that starts with W, but I'm doing a happy dance and thought I'd share it with my mutant family. I am the center manager for a large, multi-agency one-stop workforce center. In September, we went through our first certification process. If you've ever been involved in CARF or JCAHO, you have a understanding of what that might entail. We received word today that we achieved certification, one of only two centers so certified in our state. YAY!
Congratulations!!! It is my turn with CARF in April so I have great respect for your accomplishment.
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So he's a keeper, then!!!
For so, so, so many more reason's than that, Sue....been together 35 years in August and most of it has been his putting up with my bullc**p!
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Not my heart that's cold, but thanks!

But does your heart have cockles? If you are on a beach, you might have some!
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If these come up, I took these @ Carlyle Lake
Now them there's some serious noodlers. Would love to see the stringer they put together.
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Now them there's some serious noodlers. Would love to see the stringer they put together.
The coolers DH, (on the left) and his cousins were sitting on is where the catfish were kept, I didn't manage to take any pictures of the catch. But I will take better pics next time.
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The coolers DH, (on the left) and his cousins were sitting on is where the catfish were kept, I didn't manage to take any pictures of the catch. But I will take better pics next time.
My mouth is watering.

Tim had suggested the guide for Ouchita for Striper fishing. I asked if he knew if anyone actually did guide service for catfish. A fish fry of either works for me - but it is hard to beat catfish. We have a fish fry on the Itinerary at the GC - and a big catch of fresh catfish would be great. Tim thought we could go with the Wally World fish.... I guess that would work too - especially if there are squeamish mutants re fresh fish v farm raised. Fresh or store bought - I eat them both.
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Will be popping up in the Colorado Rockies about the same time as the GC at CL. Since I'm not familiar with the hunt of Morels (ummm tasty) what can ya tell us about them? Have ya gotten a bumper crop before - how much / many in a bumper crop or good season - favorite recipe - whatever you might like to share. Also - how long is the season? Is April the time to be there - is the season late enough in the year to RV comfortably there? It seems like it might be a fun journey. Geocaching may be fun - but finding morels would be a real prize!

Inquiring mutant wants to know.
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Oh my goodness... I was looking at the cost of the shorty MOHO's at the RV show and thinking I would never buy new, then I saw a thread that has a 10 year old Moho (Big one) someone is trying to get for 90,000 and 4% for 15 years...and some of the comments regarding trouble getting loans without a huge down payment... and I'm thinking Holy smokies! Am I ever so grateful for my little 25 year old lady! For as little use as so many units get...talking about non fulltimers here... they are some really expensive toys! those people will end up paying almost double that amount by the time they get it paid if getting a loan....
Did I say I love my little Honey? I may not like some aspects of her, but I love her far more than paying out those non recouped big bucks for the newbies! (or even 10 yr. old Huge units!)
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Marty, Denise and I purchased what we could write a cashable cheque for at the time of purchase. I bought my Jeep and she bought her Van the same way. Ido not begrudge people who finance its just not my way. That said do any of the GC crowd like farmed Salmon??
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I like fishing and catching. Catching is more rewarding.
Naw, for some reason I'm always the one who either has to unhook and release, or clean the catch. Last time I went with a group I ended up cleaning 40 stripers, while the rest 'relaxed'...
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