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  Howard..the perfect boat
Posted by: PK - 10-23-2006, 04:14 AM - Forum: GreenGrouper - No Replies

your new boat is waiting... 'schweeet' ....Big Grin

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  Wanted: World's Greatest Fishing Guide
Posted by: Alfred - 10-22-2006, 08:28 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (3)

World's greatest fishing guide wanted for help with a trip to British Columbia in August, 2007. Would need experience targeting small flatfish (anything other than sanddabs and starry flounders), coho salmon, sockeye salmon, Pacific cod, and shrimp. Experience with obscure species such as wolf eels and giant wrymouths a plus. Fishery biology experience also a plus. Compensation in American pesos and/or Bacardi. Serious inquiries only please.

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  if anyone needs some rain
Posted by: Mont - 10-18-2006, 03:00 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (6)

I will be more than glad to email you some. Not only did it pour on me on the bike ride in Mexico, it's been raining ever since, except yesterday. Even Reba B, my Irish setter has had enough of it. We are coming close to a foot of the wet stuff, and it's still coming down.

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  Captain Dan
Posted by: ~~Snakeman~~ - 10-15-2006, 02:08 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (4)

I just spoke with Dan. I called because I was concerned. His e-mail box is full, & every time that's happened, he's been in the hospital. Again..for the last ten days. Sought attention because his leg was numb, & they found internal bleeding in the lungs. Treating that with radiation, & have the leg about taken care of. He expects to be out by Tuesday.


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  Happy Birthday PK!
Posted by: Mont - 10-12-2006, 10:47 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (17)

I hope you had a great day, today, Ray!

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  ALERT, ALERT Florida Residents
Posted by: Zane - 10-09-2006, 09:46 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (7)

Big Grin Buy RUM futures!!!!There is soon to be a statewide shortage.Big Grin

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  Mister Snakeman.. how did he do it..
Posted by: PK - 10-07-2006, 06:46 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (2)

..or is he just wacked outRolleyes

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  The perils of fishing in BC
Posted by: Bryan/BC - 10-01-2006, 06:59 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (3)

This river not all that far from Victoria.

These guys do keep you on your toes when fishing....


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Posted by: PK - 10-01-2006, 04:06 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (5)

Hope you're having good Happy and Healthy Holidays this past week with Rosh Hashannah .. and this evening with the start of Yom Kippur .. mazeltov..Big Grin

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  Fishing Report
Posted by: ~~Snakeman~~ - 09-30-2006, 06:49 AM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (1)

The morning felt like Fall might really be near, though later in the afternoon it was up in the 90's. The seas were flat to begin with, but the wind picked up a little, giving us some three footers, maybe. It was out of the northwest, against the tide, making for a slow drift, which combined with the dirty water from recent lake pumping & runoff, made us work for our fish.

There were, however, six experienced people fishing, & we all got our share. It was good to see Doc again, after a long absence, as well as Evelyn, who hasn't fished in quite a spell either. Those two joined Jimmy Lee, Bill, Denzil & yours truly. Denzil had the biggest fish, by far, with a 30 pound class barracuda that ate a snapper he was reeling in. Jimmy Lee got two of the three ocean tallies that were caught, & Bill caught the only legal trigger. Evelyn got not one, but two Bermuda chubs. Rod benders both, but no good to eat. Everybody caught some yellowtails, & a couple of us got a mangrove snapper.
The first drop produced a half dozen or so lane snappers.

We also accounted for several decent size blue runners, which I will smoke & make fish dip out of for my office & for next Friday night's fishing trip.


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