A Confession

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Re: A Confession

Post by CarelessEthiopian » Sun Mar 05, 2017 10:59 pm

Some a yes, some a no. As woolybush said, there's a time and a place. If there needs to be some focus and stealth, music might not be a good idea. When we did that trip last year when we put the smackdown on them squawfishes we were all very happy that Dibs was playing James Brown that echoed throughout the canyons.
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Re: A Confession

Post by SLSS » Sun Mar 05, 2017 11:15 pm

CarelessEthiopian wrote:... we were all very happy that Dibs was playing James Brown that echoed throughout the canyons.
I kind think The Dibs can make anything cool. He and The Peetso.
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Re: A Confession

Post by Woolybug25 » Mon Mar 06, 2017 6:38 am

Spudnik wrote:Yah nah, even on a lazy summer day I would keep the music off, but that's me. I also don't smoke weed anymore, so I bet that has something to do with it. Dirty fucking hippie stoners and their "jams".
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Re: A Confession

Post by D-nymph » Mon Mar 06, 2017 9:23 am

fatman wrote:Snuffbox plays P-hish on Pandora in his boat. so yeah, I prefer the quiet....
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Re: A Confession

Post by MTgrayling » Mon Mar 06, 2017 10:32 am

A guitar and bong by the crackling evening fire = good

I pod blaring in a desolate canyon = bad





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Re: A Confession

Post by Spicytuna » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:34 am

Could not have guessed this is the route this would take.

Red: I totally respect and get where you are coming form. The silence is part of your solitude on the water and I get that. I as well enjoy a nice quite day on the water. Out here there is no way to determine what fish is eating or what sounds equals fish in any way beyond maybe some boils of Stripers but that is seen before heard for us. So for you there is advantage to being able to hear and decipher what you are hearing. Things you hear can increase catch rates so it makes sense to use your hearing.

However, when it comes to bass boats and an Eastern portion of the Delta with Stockton as the heart of it. Sound is where its at. Some of my most memorable fishing days can be associated with music. Especially the fact that Holio can confirm, Delta fish love Tom Petty Pandora. When I am running from spot to spot I want to have the loudest bumpiest tunes on the water. Then when I am fishing I turn the bass down and I still listen to music.

This reminds me of one day I had last year in my new skiff. I went out on a whim and no lie had 45 TW eats on one wall in under and hour. I could not manage the troll motor and my casting fast enough to keep up with how often I got bit. The whole time I was rocking out and dancing to Biggie Smalls and it was of the most fun nights I have had out there. Now when I hear Biggie a little part of me is able to go back to that evening.

Sometimes the music adds to the day for me. Or when you get a song you love and haven't heard in a while it can turn a shitty skunking day into a decent one.

I guess its just personal preference. Even when I do river floats I have a waterproof speaker to have tunes down the river. When I started fishing there was none of that and we only had a raft and a drift boat. There was no option for music at those times. Maybe its a generational thing, location thing (I'm sure Stockton boats have more beats than LA boats overall), or a personal preference thing.

I kinda like where this has turned and hearing different opinions.

I almost feel like an asshole if I say I would rather have some Trick Daddy playing with Dizzy Dean sometimes rather than silence.
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Re: A Confession

Post by austrotard » Mon Mar 06, 2017 5:02 pm

confession: fuck youse guys. I'm going to tasmania.

relates: still pissed.

elates: still pissed.

lates: rampant says he cannae find any t-weed. with like a year's notice.
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Re: A Confession

Post by BigTimber » Mon Mar 06, 2017 6:48 pm

austrotard wrote:confession: fuck youse guys. I'm going to tasmania.

relates: still pissed.

elates: still pissed.

lates: rampant says he cannae find any t-weed. with like a year's notice.
couldn't he have growed some by now?
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Re: A Confession

Post by Redchaser » Tue Mar 07, 2017 6:50 am

Spicytuna wrote:..........Maybe its a generational thing.........
Damn you must think I'm old.

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Re: A Confession

Post by austrotard » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:09 am

confession: mark came through with the t-weed, bless him.

relates: I want the press to know about this.

elates: started typing this message at 3am.

lates: 3:09

sate: yep.
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Re: A Confession

Post by MTgrayling » Wed Mar 08, 2017 7:28 pm

I did not work today to support womens uppity kunt day or some shit.

solidarity bitches!

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music and bikinis = reel good!




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Re: A Confession

Post by Redchaser » Thu Mar 09, 2017 9:31 am

Bought a plane ticket south and got excited when it told me I had a "layover" in Atlanta. I'd be happy to have a lay over anwhere.
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