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Post by forced2work » Tue Oct 23, 2007 3:53 pm

My brother in law GKS0409 came over to fish with me that last two days.
things I learned:

1. west coast boys don't like to paddle more then a mile round trip.

2. teaching someone to pole a boat into a 15mph quartering head wind turns into a tea cup ride that walt disney would be proud of.

3. fishing from the paltform can be real productive.

4. a slam* is only worth burger king**.

Gold sppon chucker out

* would have been a grand slam if said angler on the front of the boat understood yelling holy shit that's tarpon doesn't set the hook for you.


** if anybody ever pole me around all day and I slam out with a grand slam lost I will buy the beer and lap dances and we will surface in a about two days with an even greater story.

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Post by mudfoot » Tue Oct 23, 2007 5:28 pm

forced2work wrote:.


** if anybody ever pole me around all day and I slam out with a grand slam lost I will buy the beer and lap dances and we will surface in a about two days with an even greater story.



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Post by BearsFan » Tue Oct 23, 2007 11:22 pm

Port C. ??? At least the locals would never think of taking your beer.
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Post by gks0409 » Wed Oct 24, 2007 10:54 am

Thanks for the slam

Also thanks for letting me learn how to pole after the wind picked up. (no wind and water was ablsolutly glass in the early morning)

West coast boys don't paddle very far because we we try and conserve our energy for all the fish we are gonna or have been fighting you didn't need a lot of energy for your 3 lb jack

You had your choice it was burger king, mc donalds, or what-a-burger. (also we were going to go to sonny but the parking lot was to full i think there were about 3 cars and you couldn't manuver the trailer so we had to leave)

Any way great day fishing best i've had in a while, also got to watch the shuttle launch from the other coast which was pretty awsome

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Post by Todd » Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:11 am

gks0409 wrote:(also we were going to go to sonny but the parking lot was to full i think there were about 3 cars and you couldn't manuver the trailer so we had to leave)


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Post by yohan1973 » Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:19 am

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Post by forced2work » Wed Oct 24, 2007 4:35 pm

gks0409 wrote: (also we were going to go to sonny but the parking lot was to full i think there were about 3 cars and you couldn't manuver the trailer so we had to leave)



it was titusville and a sonny's where your house and your car has wheels, and the parking lot is always full.

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