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Offline CharlieDaTuna

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It won't be long before Gene
« on: July 07, 2006, 07:47:51 AM »
gets back and then he and I are going to get some fishing in. Just got to learn how to fish down here.  Anybody ever fish Lake Hartwell on the GA-SC border???
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RE: It won't be long before Gene
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2006, 08:05:04 AM »
Never fished in Georgia or South Carolina, but here in Texas there is a big difference between fishin' and catchin'.  Fishin' is pretty easy--just takes a pole and and your favorite cold beverage.  Catchin' has  two additional prerequisites--(1) that the fish are bitin' and (2) that you know where the fish are at.  If you are just fishin' you don't let it dampen your enthusiasm when told that fish only bite two days out of the year--yesterday and tomorrow.

Good luck with the fishin' and the catchin'!

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We will have plenty of fish stories to keep us busy :)
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2006, 06:42:54 AM »
Oh ya, can't wait to catch that old tire, thats been waitin for me..... he he he

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I went fishing yesterday and caught the most beautiful......
« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2006, 12:59:46 PM »
Small mouth bass. It was a thing of beauty - glistening colouration, healthy, and barely larger than the lure I caught him on !!!!! LOL !!!!  All of about six inches long. Got a few other 'taps", but for all intents and purposes - I got "skunked". Maybe tomorrow will be better...........LOL.

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Talkin about Skunked............... LOL
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2006, 01:05:09 PM »
I was driving into town Tuesday and hit a Pole Cat, AKA Skunk.......... Hit it with my right front and rear tires. It Gassed me bad. Had to pull over and get out of the car, it was so bad.. I opened the window and two front doors and walked about 100 yards away to get my breath. It never did go away and I went and picked up momma at the doctors and came home. She gagged all the way home and had to let her out once to get her breath... LOL.

Car is sittin in the driveway airing out. Checked it today and it still stunk............

Talk about getting Skunked.... LOL

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RE: Talkin about Skunked............... LOL
« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2006, 01:35:10 PM »
Wow !!! That is bad. A friend of mine surprized a skunk while taking some trash out in the evening, and got sprayed - mostly on his clothes, but caught some in the face. He removed all his clothing before going back into the house to try to wash up. He became violently ill, and his face was breaking out into an ugly red rash, so he was rushed to hospital, where he was tended to. He recovered, but to this day, is absolutely terrified of skunks.

Closest I ever came to actually getting "skunked" was while deer hunting, years ago. I was about 15ft up a tree, on a tree stand, and I notice some movement at the base of the tree - a skunk. I didn't know if they could spray up, but I did know that they could spray up to 15 ft, so I stayed as still and quiet as I could for what seemed an eternity, until he finally wandered off. My lucky day - lol.