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PostPosted: Thu February 13, 2014 8:45 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Fishing
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I used to fish with grandpa. Now I'm too lazy to get a license.


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I like to wade up to my waist and toss around a jig n pig


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Hey doug did you catch lenny's friend on Jeopardy! last night?


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Hey doug did you catch lenny's friend on Jeopardy! last night?


I did..such a quick start and then quickly got stomped...a lot like lenny


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 Post subject: Re: Fishing
PostPosted: Fri February 14, 2014 12:23 am 
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Post your best catch stories.

Mine was fishing from a boat in Western Port bay. It was Elephant Shark season and they were hooking up well, and were good sizes. But the pity about Elephant Sharks is, that while they are decent size fish (usually 1 meter upwards), they're a bit of a shitty fighter. So when my rod started going nuts, we knew there was something else on the end. After a good few minutes of fighting/reeling I hauled in a nice 120 cm Gummy Shark.

Often Gummies run in pairs with a mate, so if you're quick enough to drop your line back in, you may hook the mate too. Today was my lucky day, and not even a minute has passed since dropping my line back in, and the fight was on again. I pulled that bastard in (130 cm), and we ate the best home made crumbed flake that I'd ever eaten in my life.

The Elephant Shark tasted like shit though, so I gave mine away.

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I was out bass fishing in Denver one day and after a couple hours of only catching a few I decided to change lures to a Mepps spinner to try for some northern pike..after about 5 minutes I hooked one that came in at 44 inches long and about 22 lbs..I had my buddy take a picture then I let it go


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Why doesn't this forum have quick reply option?

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 Post subject: Re: Fishing
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Kaius wrote:
Why doesn't this forum have quick reply option?

It does now. :D

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So skating back to the train station after work today things went wrong.....now my skateboard is at the bottom of the harbour :(


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 Post subject: Re: Fishing
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doug rr wrote:
I was out bass fishing in Denver one day and after a couple hours of only catching a few I decided to change lures to a Mepps spinner to try for some northern pike..after about 5 minutes I hooked one that came in at 44 inches long and about 22 lbs..I had my buddy take a picture then I let it go



Didnt think there were many pike in the area. Those are some slimy fuckers with attitude.


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 Post subject: Re: Fishing
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Strat wrote:
doug rr wrote:
I was out bass fishing in Denver one day and after a couple hours of only catching a few I decided to change lures to a Mepps spinner to try for some northern pike..after about 5 minutes I hooked one that came in at 44 inches long and about 22 lbs..I had my buddy take a picture then I let it go



Didnt think there were many pike in the area. Those are some slimy fuckers with attitude.


there were a few lakes out on the property of the old rocky mountain arsenal..They only gave out 300 permits a year to fish it back in the 80s and early 90s..My dad, brother and I used to sleep out in our cars the night before they handed them out back then..place was full of bass and pike


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doug rr wrote:
Strat wrote:
doug rr wrote:
I was out bass fishing in Denver one day and after a couple hours of only catching a few I decided to change lures to a Mepps spinner to try for some northern pike..after about 5 minutes I hooked one that came in at 44 inches long and about 22 lbs..I had my buddy take a picture then I let it go



Didnt think there were many pike in the area. Those are some slimy fuckers with attitude.


there were a few lakes out on the property of the old rocky mountain arsenal..They only gave out 300 permits a year to fish it back in the 80s and early 90s..My dad, brother and I used to sleep out in our cars the night before they handed them out back then..place was full of bass and pike



That's good Ol' Minnesota fishing! Rumor has it there are a few lakes in the high country that have Walleye...

best eating around.


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Strat wrote:
doug rr wrote:
Strat wrote:
doug rr wrote:
I was out bass fishing in Denver one day and after a couple hours of only catching a few I decided to change lures to a Mepps spinner to try for some northern pike..after about 5 minutes I hooked one that came in at 44 inches long and about 22 lbs..I had my buddy take a picture then I let it go



Didnt think there were many pike in the area. Those are some slimy fuckers with attitude.


there were a few lakes out on the property of the old rocky mountain arsenal..They only gave out 300 permits a year to fish it back in the 80s and early 90s..My dad, brother and I used to sleep out in our cars the night before they handed them out back then..place was full of bass and pike



That's good Ol' Minnesota fishing! Rumor has it there are a few lakes in the high country that have Walleye...

best eating around.


we used to catch a ton of walleye at boyd lake in Loveland..best tasting fish around


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 Post subject: Re: Fishing
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i have never caught nor consumed walleye :cry:


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 Post subject: Re: Fishing
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i have never caught nor consumed walleye :cry:


a walleye filet along with it's cheeks will remind you how you felt you first put a two hearts ale to your lips


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 Post subject: Re: Fishing
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doug rr wrote:
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i have never caught nor consumed walleye :cry:


a walleye filet along with it's cheeks will remind you how you felt you first put a two hearts ale to your lips

i can barely comprehend how well the two would pair together


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