Do any of you guys know about Boykin Spaniels?

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Re: Do any of you guys know about Boykin Spaniels?

Post by jhnnythndr » Tue Oct 21, 2014 9:50 am

I quit measauring my casts about 3 weeks after I quit counting fish, and afte a few months of that I discontinues not only hook points, but fly line as well. I just really enjoy the motion, sometimes I go out and stand there with a lacrosse stick in the river in my waders and just cradle a ball, other times I'll have a spray rod, and pretends I am casting it. I'll get out and make a little coffee on the bank when I get cold. I absolutley stick checked this fucker on the ear so good when he lowholed me that he lost his footing and filled a his waders and drowned downstream in some sweepers he got stuck in.
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Re: Do any of you guys know about Boykin Spaniels?

Post by Heero[CntRmbrPwd] » Tue Oct 21, 2014 9:55 am

Filled waders are a death sentence. They will drag you to the bottom quicker than lead shoes. Thats why I always wear a wading belt and cut off the feet portion of my waders so they can drain should they fill. The real reason Im not going to the Rustbelt thing is because my feet'll get frostbit since my waders dont cover them. Im too afraid of death by filled waders.

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Re: Do any of you guys know about Boykin Spaniels?

Post by pbrstreetgang » Tue Oct 21, 2014 10:03 am

jhnnythndr wrote:I absolutley stick checked this fucker on the ear so good when he lowholed me that he lost his footing and filled a his waders and drowned downstream in some sweepers he got stuck in.
ha!
I enjoyed this. Casting (or not), waterside coffee, and stick-check lowholer murder.
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Re: Do any of you guys know about Boykin Spaniels?

Post by SLSS » Tue Oct 21, 2014 11:05 am

pbrstreetgang wrote:
jhnnythndr wrote:I absolutley stick checked this fucker on the ear so good when he lowholed me that he lost his footing and filled a his waders and drowned downstream in some sweepers he got stuck in.
ha!
I enjoyed this. Casting (or not), waterside coffee, and stick-check lowholer murder.
I hear that in fiction there are really just two stories. I think that must be one of them.
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Re: Do any of you guys know about Boykin Spaniels?

Post by Bruiser » Tue Oct 21, 2014 11:46 am

X3 - those JT ramblings are always good, but that one was particularly so.

Good job on the dog Heero. Rocco Bobber looks like a champ.
That sounds awesome in my ears!! (P-A)

we were basking in goodness here with our everyday drivel that we enjoy.... the rest of this is horseshit, flybug.pa.

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