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  • Re: What Music are you listining to right now

  • Re: OT - What are you doing right now?

    Waiting for my stuffing for tomorrow's bird.


  • Re: OT- Deep Sea Fishing

    I have been fishing since a little boy, started with Dad & Grandpa fresh and salt water. Mom and Dad moved the family to West Palm Beach FL from Ohio when I was 6 months old, October of 1956. I have had 6 different boats from 12' to 28' currently have a 16' pontoon boat in Okeechobee FL. Every penny I have spent on fishing was worth it.......................... Offshore and salt water fishing is the best hands down but any fishing is a joy for the wife and I. Most of my fishing is now Speck fishing on Lake Okeechobee and Trout fishing in the creeks and streams of NC. I'm also a 100 % catch and release fisherman! I always let the fish go either in the water or the cooler!  Just in case you don't know definition BOAT = Break Out Another Thousand!

    I say go for it, and Tight Lines Captain Jim

    Damn! I thought you were older than me. I once had a 32" sportfish on Lake Ontario with electric downriggers, tackle, fuel, maintenance and dockage. When I worked out the net cost I was about $354.00 Cdn. a pound for fish you couldn't eat. Was it worth it?  Hell yes!!!!
  • Re: Happy Birthday SGH!

    SGH said:
    lousubcap said:
    Yes, Merry Christmas @SGH .  
    You must be bankrolling for your escape to the Caribbean island you intend to buy.  Happy New Year too.  
    Merry Christmas to you and your family brother Cap. I will say this my friend, with Trump at the helm, the money is pouring in like rain from heaven. After 8 miserable years of tax and spend policies, it feels good to have a pocket full of money again. Brings back precious memories of the Glory Days of Big Ron. 
    Not a Trump fan here but certainly prefer a fiscally responsible government.  The Canuck government brought in the 100% write off for equipment the first year about thirty years ago and back then we had money falling out of our pockets.

    And happy birthday too
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