Alaska ain't in California

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CarpeTructa
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Re: Alaska ain't in California

Post by CarpeTructa » Wed May 20, 2015 12:31 am

ironman wrote:The constables were checking all the plastic tubs for proper tags. Had to wear my license. Never understood that law. Pfffttt....
Nice stuff, guys. :cool As for the law, it is supposedly so that wardens can check you out with binoculars from afar rather than walking down - if they see that year's color on the license they move on to the next schmuck.
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Re: Alaska ain't in California

Post by Surly » Wed May 20, 2015 9:05 am

The wardens were eye-fucking the two weirdos wet wading and wearing backpacks. Now that you can print your own license at home I don't see how they could tell via binos.
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Re: Alaska ain't in California

Post by Mike Honcho » Wed May 20, 2015 11:21 am

Surly wrote:The wardens were eye-fucking the two weirdos wet wading and wearing backpacks. Now that you can print your own license at home I don't see how they could tell via binos.
They left the one in the peach shirt alone mind you.
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Somewhere along the way you wish he was here to take you" - K.Hays

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Re: Alaska ain't in California

Post by Surly » Wed May 20, 2015 1:40 pm

Peach my ass. That was fuckin pink.
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Re: Alaska ain't in California

Post by Mike Honcho » Mon Jun 01, 2015 7:14 pm

[report]Return to the scene of the crime and I met up with a New Yorkin' Draker. We proceded to smoke fish. It was stupid. Seems there was a rusty spinner hatch, a joke. The fish were more than willing lets just say. Next night he was gone, fish were still there. I banged the holy shit out of them. It was enjoyable.
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"Somewhere along the way you'll think you can take your ol' man,
Somewhere along the way you wish he was here to take you" - K.Hays

"I still love the sound of running water and the places it runs, and am drawn to it." - Ol' Man

~Semper et Ubique~

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Re: Alaska ain't in California

Post by Crick Addict » Mon Jun 01, 2015 9:01 pm

Needs pics of yeti products... :coffee
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Re: Alaska ain't in California

Post by ironman » Tue Jun 02, 2015 9:15 am

Here's your original yeti pic, Crick.

Make your friend a cocktail, as you know he's thirsty and running late. It's so strong, it defies gravity.
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He arrived finally, obscenely loud rap music and all. Pleasantries are exchanged, before he heads out to foul a PennaShitPit. I've caught many before he reaches this spot.
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The water is in decent shape. Cooler on the west side thanks to a nice Trib. Lots of folks had the same idea.
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Catching was good.
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Freakishly large adipose
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The big spinner "hatch" was fun.
There was a dude sporting heavy neos in 80F sun. He and his kin had the same kind of evening. We were cooler, in all ways.
Forgot my net in the car.
The Black Forest Inn has some right good looking waitresses, and decent food.
The Rangers played small.
Cool old camps are great.
Mountain garlic: ramps.
Ramps are not good weed whipped.
I fell asleep in a chair, but didn't spill my drink.

Thanks for the hospitality and invite, Honcho.
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