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Old 10-03-2018, 09:34 PM
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rub-a-dub-dub three men in a tub. Merv, TNBronzeback and skillet


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Old 10-03-2018, 09:36 PM
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But beach and get out of boat first so you won't go to jail!


I had heard that you could shoot a deer from a boat as long as you wasnít under power. Maybe I need to check on that. Every season opener of muzzleloader Iíll see 30 deer and not have a gun but i thought about putting it in the boat that morning.


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Old 10-03-2018, 09:37 PM
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In my defense Mr Merv, we had bad conditions when we went. Stopping flow 30 minutes before we started fishing. Lol. That makes for a rough outing.
We get some good conditions this winter we will go again. I only got out 3 times last winter on the river. And a few more times showing you how to catch hybrids on priest. Figured a fella of your ripe OLD age would have picked up a thing or 2 in all his years on the water. Its cool though, i personally can teach a very, very very old dog new tricks. Lol.
And if i remember correctly, you enjoyed my brats.
Do you cook for your clients on the water like i do? Lol
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Old 10-03-2018, 09:39 PM
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In my defense Mr Merv, we had bad conditions when we went. Stopping flow 30 minutes before we started fishing. Lol. That makes for a rough outing.

We get some good conditions this winter we will go again. I only got out 3 times last winter on the river. And a few more times showing you how to catch hybrids on priest. Figured a fella of your ripe OLD age would have picked up a thing or 2 in all his years on the water. Its cool though, i personally can teach a very, very very old dog new tricks. Lol.

And if i remember correctly, you enjoyed my brats.

Do you cook for your clients on the water like i do? Lol


BURN!!!! I bet he donít, AND he charges them. What kind of fellow charges people to go fishing!!! Geez, what an ass.



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Old 10-04-2018, 02:39 AM
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You guys are crazy. Lol. Hope the beer and brats were good.
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Old 10-04-2018, 08:58 AM
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In my defense Mr Merv, we had bad conditions when we went. Stopping flow 30 minutes before we started fishing. Lol. That makes for a rough outing.
We get some good conditions this winter we will go again. I only got out 3 times last winter on the river. And a few more times showing you how to catch hybrids on priest. Figured a fella of your ripe OLD age would have picked up a thing or 2 in all his years on the water. Its cool though, i personally can teach a very, very very old dog new tricks. Lol.
And if i remember correctly, you enjoyed my brats.
Do you cook for your clients on the water like i do? Lol
But he does rock the turtle neck so he can go right over to the PBS show he does on the side "Fine Fireside Reading with Merv"
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You guys are crazy. Lol. Hope the beer and brats were good.


Brats were on point...mainly cause were fat and was hungry. There wasnít any beer consumed, it was too damn cold for that.


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Brats were on point...mainly cause were fat and was hungry. There wasnít any beer consumed, it was too damn cold for that.


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Not much of a beer guy, but yeah i cant argue about the fat part. Lol.
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brats were on point...mainly cause were fat and was hungry. There wasnít any beer consumed, it was too damn cold for that.


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Not much of a beer guy, but yeah i cant argue about the fat part. Lol.


If it hadnít have been such a long ass drive, there mightíve been some Gentleman Jack consumed. Good thing we didnít have any alcohol since my tag got stolen off my truck that day. Lol


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