Music on the water

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Do you listen to music on the water?

Yes, and I'm a dirty hippie stoner.
15
32%
Yes, and I don't even smoke the weed.
6
13%
No, and I'm a dirty hippie stoner.
9
19%
No, and I clearly don't smoke the weed.
17
36%
 
Total votes: 47

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Re: Music on the water

Post by yard4sale » Fri Mar 10, 2017 2:52 pm

I just use it to enhance my experience, mannnnn.
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Re: Music on the water

Post by peetso » Sat Mar 11, 2017 12:50 am

I'm pretty militant about no music during fishing.

floating, around camp. you bet.

while fishing . . . absolutely not.
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Re: Music on the water

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Re: Music on the water

Post by Woolybug25 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 7:23 am

There's an alarming amount of people here not smoking marijuana cigarettes.
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Re: Music on the water

Post by Randall Dee » Sat Mar 11, 2017 5:38 pm

peetso wrote:I'm pretty militant about no music during fishing.

floating, around camp. you bet.

while fishing . . . absolutely not.
I'd never in a million years describe you as "militant". :Roll Eyes

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Re: Music on the water

Post by peetso » Sat Mar 11, 2017 9:16 pm

Randall Dee wrote: I'd never in a million years describe you as "militant". :Roll Eyes
lol.

well yeah i suppose its a passive/aggressive style of militancy that manifests itself in long silences, slighty curt conversation, maybe some under the breath muttering and a early bedtime back at camp.

so yeah, a totally canadian style of militancy and not very fearsome by any means

and if you don't want to see this sad performance . . . don't play any damn music while i'm fishing.


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Re: Music on the water

Post by Hogleg » Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:09 pm

What if I sing or whistle while we're engaged in the piscatorial pursuits?
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Re: Music on the water

Post by peetso » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:18 am

Hogleg wrote:What if I sing or whistle while we're engaged in the piscatorial pursuits?
Whistling sure.

Singing would be dependent, are we talking Townes Van Zandt or Cradle of Filth?
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Re: Music on the water

Post by SLSS » Sun Mar 12, 2017 1:08 am

peetso wrote:
Hogleg wrote:What if I sing or whistle while we're engaged in the piscatorial pursuits?
Whistling sure.

Singing would be dependent, are we talking Townes Van Zandt or Cradle of Filth?
I think I hear Hog as more a Captain and Tenile type whistler. :coffee
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Re: Music on the water

Post by Hogleg » Sun Mar 12, 2017 8:32 am

SLSS wrote:
peetso wrote:
Hogleg wrote:What if I sing or whistle while we're engaged in the piscatorial pursuits?
Whistling sure.

Singing would be dependent, are we talking Townes Van Zandt or Cradle of Filth?
I think I hear Hog as more a Captain and Tenile type whistler. :coffee
I'm just old enough to vaguely remember that duo and, if my distant memory serves me, you sir just called me ghey.

So let's forget about singing or whistling while we fish. How about if I had a harmonica with the neck holder thingy like the one-man-band fellas use and I laid down some old lonesome prairie cowboy tunes while throwing tight loops and slaying fish?
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Re: Music on the water

Post by fatman » Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:03 am

Hogleg wrote:So let's forget about singing or whistling while we fish. How about if I had a harmonica with the neck holder thingy like the one-man-band fellas use and I laid down some old lonesome prairie cowboy tunes while throwing tight loops and slaying fish?
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Re: Music on the water

Post by Hogleg » Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:23 am

fatman wrote:
Hogleg wrote:So let's forget about singing or whistling while we fish. How about if I had a harmonica with the neck holder thingy like the one-man-band fellas use and I laid down some old lonesome prairie cowboy tunes while throwing tight loops and slaying fish?
crocheted chaps? Y/N

:smile
Y.

And a cape...
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"...my grandmother’s Tang always tasted like rusty water and dirty socks." - Average Joe
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