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Re: safety: fishing rough, remote topography

2009/7/29 10:25
Posts: 249
troutbert... it is usually my right leg and hits after the drive home, so I think driving is a part of it... using cruise control seemed like a good idea, because I always have a long highway drive to and from the streams. will trychocolate milk too

Posted on: 2011/2/21 12:47

Re: safety: fishing rough, remote topography

2008/1/31 17:19
From Pretty much everywhere at some point, Thorndale today.
Posts: 2367
I'm not a fan of all chocolate milks, but some are good. I love Turkey Hill's version...

Posted on: 2011/2/21 12:49

Re: safety: fishing rough, remote topography

2006/9/13 22:36
From Tioga co. formerly of bucks co.
Posts: 355
Huh cramps in legs---called P.A.D. I have it all day long and have had the legs stented from groin to knee's. walking to the mailbox brings it on, and yes i drink a gallon of water a day. You might want to get tested for it.

Posted on: 2011/2/22 5:58

So many Fish, So little time !!!
from the outer edge of nowhere
fly tying and fishing ghillie..

Re: safety: fishing rough, remote topography

2009/4/1 21:52
From Johnstown, PA
Posts: 5
My fishing buddy was diagnosed with P.A.D. they suggested a stint in his leg , he did it and his troubles went away. They tried other methods but the stint finally did the trick. Now he can outwade me again.

Posted on: 2011/2/22 8:19

Re: safety: fishing rough, remote topography

2011/3/22 22:32
From Philadelphia, Pa
Posts: 2
I fish near people all the time so my extent of survival is a couple napkins from mcdonalds for tp :)

I have had so many women drop trowel right in front of me when nature calls while im wading...It's almost as if im perfectly camoed with the water. The best is when they notice me i just wave and smile.

Posted on: 2011/4/11 16:21
Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after. ~Henry David Thoreau

Re: safety: fishing rough, remote topography

2006/9/22 22:56
From Sinking Spring, PA
Posts: 72
When I'm heading out I always take along my buddies, Smith and Wesson.

Posted on: 2011/4/14 21:48

Re: safety: fishing rough, remote topography

2010/5/17 20:30
From Parkesburg, PA
Posts: 11
I think this is a great thread and safety is always a concern of mine as well especially since tragedy has hit my family in the past. My uncle died in a hiking accident. He slipped and fell down a steep embankment. When he fell he hit his head and punctured one of his lungs. He was a doctor who could bench press over 400 pounds and squat over 600 pounds. He was gifted physically and mentally but accidents happen. An accident can happen to anyone. I am usually pretty cautious but was not aware of all these communication gadgets people have mentioned. I will be looking into them.

Posted on: 2011/4/27 21:20

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