"This is not a new comment"It's more like a promise of one to come. I'm going to "get my line wet" tomorrow for the first time in ages and will likely yak about that. (Oo-er missus)Be still your beating hearts!I'm sure i'll manage :)
'bout dang time. :)I would say, 'catch a lot of fish' but then you'd have to take time to clean them....or do you do that catch & release thing? I'll make you a deal - you catch 'em & clean 'em - and I'll cook 'em and eat 'em. Howzat?
Why do I feel feel like I just read Frank's version of porn?
Pictures, Frank. We need pictures! That way when you tell us your fish stories we'll know how big they really are. ;)
LOL Slick. ;)Sounds like a plan Unique. If you *cough* read *cough* my book - you'll see that I do both. I keep approximately 10-15% of the fish I catch. I eat them and give some to friends who enjoy eating fresh fish. You're my friend. One day I'll give you some fish. :)mog - it's because you're a sicko. ;)Joanne, I wish I could take/post some pics. Son #2 apparently lost my camera. He denies it but I did the math: he was the only one to use it in the last 2 months, ergo - he's guilty as sin. I'll get a new one sooner or later and will post some pics. :)
I was afraid to say anything about your wet line because of previous kerfluffle about my innocent comments in other posts.However, now that mogie has broken the ice, I hope you get your line thouroughly soaked and have a wonderful time.
I think I will have to go out again tomorrow to do some fishing. You post has been animating. I see we use more or less the same line and lures.The other day I discovered by chance a bass fishing hole, which here in the west of Canada is not very common. I think it is time to get my bass gear out. :)Always tight lines.Othmar aka Huntwriter
Good luck Othmar. Let me know how you made out.
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