A trip to the marsh...

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A trip to the marsh...

Post by backbone » Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:51 am

Was fun

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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by Redchaser » Thu Dec 11, 2014 11:39 am

Nice fish,

Kudo's to you for not going where most of the herd goes when they think of "going to the marsh", but watch your backgrounds, way too easy to recognize, and a few of us would prefer the herd not move there.
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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by Plow » Thu Dec 11, 2014 12:53 pm

Nice damn batch of fish!

Those are our fish the herd scared down your way. Tell 'em to come back home and that the herd has moved on to trash new waters.
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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by Redchaser » Thu Dec 11, 2014 1:10 pm

Plow, I'm thinking of making this my new avatard
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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by backbone » Thu Dec 11, 2014 1:56 pm

Redchaser wrote:Nice fish,

Kudo's to you for not going where most of the herd goes when they think of "going to the marsh", but watch your backgrounds, way too easy to recognize, and a few of us would prefer the herd not move there.
Maybe you should take your own advise.
Thanks though.

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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by Plow » Thu Dec 11, 2014 2:01 pm

We need to print up a bunch and post 'em up all over the marsh. Should be a big hit:-).
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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by brent_e » Thu Dec 11, 2014 2:03 pm

I think you're gunna need a bigger boat.


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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by Redchaser » Thu Dec 11, 2014 2:05 pm

backbone wrote:
Redchaser wrote:Nice fish,

Kudo's to you for not going where most of the herd goes when they think of "going to the marsh", but watch your backgrounds, way too easy to recognize, and a few of us would prefer the herd not move there.
Maybe you should take your own advise.
Thanks though.
I do, I don't post fishing pictures online with easily distinguishable background features. Nice trip though.
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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by backbone » Thu Dec 11, 2014 2:12 pm

Redchaser wrote:
backbone wrote:
Redchaser wrote:Nice fish,

Kudo's to you for not going where most of the herd goes when they think of "going to the marsh", but watch your backgrounds, way too easy to recognize, and a few of us would prefer the herd not move there.
Maybe you should take your own advise.
Thanks though.
I do, I don't post fishing pictures online with easily distinguishable background features. Nice trip though.
My bad, looks all the same to a Fla Cracker.

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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by Redchaser » Thu Dec 11, 2014 2:18 pm

backbone wrote:
Redchaser wrote:
backbone wrote: Maybe you should take your own advise.
Thanks though.
I do, I don't post fishing pictures online with easily distinguishable background features. Nice trip though.
My bad, looks all the same to a Fla Cracker.
Hey and I really didn't mean to hijack, or to give you a bad time. You had a fantastic trip and got to get a taste of our great estuary, I really just meant it as a friendly heads up. Honestly it can be tough to get a picture without some of that in it. The last 3 years have seen the pressure explode in that little area and it's deceptively small, the spots fill up fast.
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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by southernstrain » Thu Dec 11, 2014 2:19 pm

I don't get it...were there boobs? Did I miss boobs?

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Re: A trip to the marsh...

Post by cornholio » Thu Dec 11, 2014 3:45 pm

Holy Jeebus man!
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