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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 5:56 pm 
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Well, I'm finally free!!! :wink: Gonna be hittin the lake tonight for them kitties with my buddy. :D We'll be in a 14' alumacraft, launching from 1960 and fishing around the islands. I'll give ya'll a report in the morning, hopefully with some pics!

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 8:19 pm 
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Hey HH, if you dont do any good fishing around the islands drift from the railroad bridge back to McKay bridge. We did this the other day and caught a few on shad.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2007 4:40 pm 
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There was this guy once, that was going fishing with a buddy. Well, it had be a while since he had wet his lines so naturally he was very excited about this trip. So he gathered all his poles and the tackle boxes and piled them by the door. He then retrieved his cooler and minnow bucket and even grabbed his net to scoop up his wiskered catch. He stacked them neatly by the rest of his gear and waited anxiously for his friend to arrive. Well, his friend showed up and they left for the nearest Wal-mart for supplies. Line, anchors, boat lights, oil, floats, 4 packages of D batteries, worms and bug spray....gotta love Wal-mart! They arrived at the lake about 9 pm, but weren't going to hit the water for another hour. All their supplies had to be attached, spooled, coiled, set-up and the boat loaded. It was as they were loading the boat that they discovered that there beloved cast-net was missing. Into the marina they go...cast-net $40 :shock: .....to buy minnows and frozen shad. :roll:
At the request of the above mentioned fishermen, I will not release their names, nor tell of the hardships they endured fishing with such baits. They did say this..."Just being on the water is satisfaction enough!"

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