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Re: Flying van at the Tully

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Outsider, the big question is, did you catch anything?

Posted on: 1/22 14:04
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Re: Flying van at the Tully

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Did I catch any fish in the whole 5 minutes I fished before that incident? No. Wish I could have fished today, but had dr. appointments.

Posted on: 1/22 15:20
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I would say he tweets like a 12 year old, but that would be an insult to 12 year old's all over the world


Re: Flying van at the Tully

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Fortuitous your being in the right spot right time. Making the call may have saved a life. God bless you.

Posted on: 1/22 15:26


Re: Flying van at the Tully

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Did I catch any fish in the whole 5 minutes I fished before that incident? No. Wish I could have fished today, but had dr. appointments.


The question was a joke, but I'd say you caught your limit that day.

Ditto what fishbait said.

Posted on: 1/22 15:49
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Re: Flying van at the Tully

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Well, here is something to think about:

I was delayed getting to the Tully. I accidently shredded my leader at home (had a hissy fit about it) so I stopped at TCO (1/2 mile from my home) and picked up a leader. Yes I do have some leaders at home but I like to replace asap. Then when I got to the Tully I stopped at another location to fish. Don't know why I didn't fish there, because I know there are fish there. After all, I stocked them. So I proceeded to the paper mill. Apparently I was supposed to be there at that moment. That is what I believe, as I have faith.

Posted on: 1/22 17:43
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Re: Flying van at the Tully

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This afternoon on McMichaels:

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Posted on: 1/22 21:35


Re: Flying van at the Tully

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Wow, hope that person(s) OK.

Posted on: 1/22 21:49
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Re: Flying van at the Tully

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FarmerDave wrote:
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I got hit by a truck when I was 18 and "could have" been killed, but fortunately it was a Chevy so the truck took the worst of it.






What an embarrassing way to go

Posted on: 1/22 21:56


Re: Flying van at the Tully

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That was the day I discovered that jogging was bad for my health.

Posted on: 1/23 6:56
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Re: Flying van at the Tully

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From the article Sal posted, it sounds like the old man shouldn't be driving...

Posted on: 1/23 8:04


Re: Flying van at the Tully

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This afternoon on McMichaels:


I thought you were supposed to BACK your boat into the water.

Posted on: 1/23 10:08


Re: Flying van at the Tully

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Damn so that was above the dam on the cacoosing?

Posted on: 1/23 13:39


Re: Flying van at the Tully

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MKern wrote:
Had a tree fall next to me once. Appeared to be a healthy tree to. No wind either; just fell.

Which is worse, getting hit by a tree or a van?

At least if I get hit with a van it should be over instantly, I'd think.


You can't sue the tree.

Posted on: 1/29 2:48


Re: Flying van at the Tully

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One of the last times i fished at the Tully, before we even started fishing, we encountered a motorcycle accident on Rebers Bridge Road. My buddy who i was with is a well accomplished nurse so he tried to render aid to the man and i directed traffic while we waited for the authorities to arrive. We left as soon as the ambulance showed up but it was clear from what my buddy knew and saw that the man probably wouldnt make it. The bad news was confirmed the following day by an article in the paper.

We fished for a bit, feeling very strange, caught nothing and went home shortly after.

Posted on: 1/30 11:34


Re: Flying van at the Tully

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....I don't know the guy, but even if I did, I find some of the comments funny-as-hell!!!!

Posted on: 1/30 13:26



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