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post #21 of 27

Congrats Jeanie, nothing like sitting down to a fresh meal at dark. Sounds as if you had some fun on your time-off. It's all good my friend.

post #22 of 27
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lol Thanks Lou! I should have kept him.. :)

 

Thank you Bear, it was a lot of fun...:)

 

Haha.. Bob!! The order has been lifted..now get down here and help me clean a hog.. I need to butcher it before deer season.

 

Ak.. I'm a light weight beer drinker...not givin' up my coors light. lol

Thanks!

 

lol Michael...thanks for not giving me heck about my beer.. I've had that same coozie for a long time... glad it can't talk.

I DO belong to several Q sites but mainly post here and at one other site. I'll probably stay until I get ran off. :)

I would LOVE to go fishing in Florida... Speargun would be awesome!.. If I ever get down there I'll definately let you know..Thanks for the offer.

As for my looks......you aren't missing a thing. 

post #23 of 27

Are those salt water cats?

post #24 of 27
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Are those salt water cats?


There were some channel cats, flat heads and we caught a few sand bass. They all fried up nice and tasty.
 

post #25 of 27

I thought fresh water cats were the only ones people eat?

post #26 of 27
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I thought fresh water cats were the only ones people eat?



lol These are fresh water cats. :)

post #27 of 27

ohh ok the water looked like a river and i am a little slow from a week of camping and alot of drinking lol

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