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Re: Lessons Learned

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rolf, love your post. It's so funny because it's true.

Posted on: 2010/11/3 21:33
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Re: Lessons Learned

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jdaddy wrote:
Imodium


I might have to try this in lue of the aforementioned TP....

Posted on: 2010/11/3 21:58


Re: Lessons Learned

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I might have to try this in lue of the aforementioned TP....


They work amazingly well in combination.

Posted on: 2010/11/3 22:31


Re: Lessons Learned

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Imodium is pretty much mandatory. Bruno taught me that trick. My digestive system gets unruly when I wake up early, especially if I eat right away. Imodium has saved many a tree from an ugly fertilization job.

But when imodium isn't enough... watch out.

Posted on: 2010/11/3 23:36


Re: Lessons Learned

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jayL wrote:
Imodium is pretty much mandatory. Bruno taught me that trick. My digestive system gets unruly when I wake up early, especially if I eat right away. Imodium has saved many a tree from an ugly fertilization job.

But when imodium isn't enough... watch out.


I have thought of this but never went threw with it . I might have to pick up some tomorrow

Posted on: 2010/11/3 23:55
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Re: Lessons Learned

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The leader wallet is the way to go for leader problems , tie up extra , when you break one down beyond help save the but section in the leader wallet , it can be doctored up later , i only carry 3 spools for repair beyond that i save the butts and fix em up at home , i have an old tackle box for a "Leader Kit" all the tools and stuff i need for making leaders for the wallet , my wallet is an antique , it has a "wet" side for soaking gut leaders , it was my paps , so i use it anyhow , i keep the wallet in the same vest pocket as the TP and i prefer Kaopectate , it's a personal preference thing. YINZ R GREAT.

Posted on: 2010/11/4 7:04


Re: Lessons Learned

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Finding your way to PAFF!

TP is a biggie

Always check your gear twice before leaving!

Always pinch down the barb, for your own safety!

Always wear your seatbelt when Maurice is driving!

Keep an extra car key in your wallet!

Neverever leave home without your orange ants(WMD)

PaulG

Posted on: 2010/11/4 8:28


Re: Lessons Learned

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Never hurts to have another rod and reel in the car just in case something happens to the one your fishing or planning on fishing with.

Posted on: 2010/11/4 8:55


Re: Lessons Learned

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mine will be always check your knot after you catch a fish and before you do another case. Make sure the big fish will not get hooked and take your fly away. Left you standing there and want to kill yourself.

Posted on: 2010/11/4 20:23


Re: Lessons Learned

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Imodium has saved many a tree from an ugly fertilization job.


LOL - and speaking of lessons - for those who didn't have an outdoorsman advise them when they were a kid - the TREE is very important.

If you don't already know this, avoid having to learn this lesson. I'm don't wanna be graphic, but - if you gotta go, don't just squat somewhere. Put your back against a tree and feet as far front as you can. If you don't, it will be a lesson you will really wish you didn't learn !!!

Posted on: 2010/11/4 20:25


Re: Lessons Learned

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Never buy a reel on Ebay


from China



for a penny...

Posted on: 2010/11/4 21:39
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Re: Lessons Learned

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One more thing that I've found makes for a comfortable outing in warmer weather or when spending long days in the boots. Powder for the junk, Gold Bond Menthol is a personal favorite. Just make sure you powder before it gets damp or your junk will be en fuego!

Posted on: 2010/11/4 21:47
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Re: Lessons Learned

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Gold Bond Yellow. Oh, yeaaah.

Posted on: 2010/11/5 6:00


Re: Lessons Learned

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ryguyfi wrote:
Never buy a reel on Ebay


from China



for a penny...


when you buy a reel for a penny...you should know what is going to happen...no mater where it is from, agree?

Posted on: 2010/11/5 10:27


Re: Lessons Learned

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Always carry you leg iron when in snake country.

You'll never meet anyone who learned to cast Presbyterian-style, on a metronome.

Never take apart your 4 piece rod stream side 2 walk back 2 your truck.

If your serious about catching fish. Go by yourself.

And if your asked by someone along the creek your fishing your always a "local".

Posted on: 2010/11/5 15:08
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