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12-23-2002 05:54 AM
removed_by_request The fudd will do, as long as you were not looking for wabbits while wearing it.
12-23-2002 12:08 AM
Lipripper Lucky hat= The Elmer Fudd. Red wool, with the fold up flaps and everything. I am all about "Lucky" things. Hats, gloves(Haven't washed em in over a year), Shirts. Heck, I swear I was on a streak where if I "got lucky' the night before I had a great next day on the river. Last girl got the boot though. Couldn't tolerate the "Fishing Widow" title...guess she wasn't so lucky........Next victim please!!!!

LR
12-22-2002 08:07 PM
removed_by_request I don't know if they are considered hats. They are hat like, may be considered a cap. Since they also cover the whole head and neck like a scarf they may be considered scaps or carfs.

They are kinda cool but not real cool, this will require some deep thought over a rum and coke or 2.
12-22-2002 05:39 PM
pmflyfisher I now also now have a new "Bacalava" black, very cool, no more cold michigan winter steelhead winds down the back of my neck.

As I get older I get some what smarter.

PM Out
12-19-2002 02:38 PM
removed_by_request New hats always work, but they gotta be cool hats.
12-19-2002 08:11 AM
pmflyfisher I got two new hats this year I hope it changes my fate or luck, what ever...
12-19-2002 08:07 AM
Lipripper I don't know what was more tortureous. The fact that my own brother outfished me, or, having to listen to him tell me how great he was ALL THE WAY HOME!!!:hehe:
It is pretty cool though...doesn't take much to get him to go fishing now. I love it when new people really enjoy themselves out on a river and I am there to see it. It makes me want to say, "SEE! Now you understand why I do this all the time!"
12-18-2002 09:01 PM
removed_by_request fate is cruel brother!!!!

perhaps you need a new hat
12-18-2002 07:58 PM
pmflyfisher Lipripper,

WHAT !! After the 22 years I have put in on the PM why not me, life is not fair. Tell your brother to take up another sport like golf since he will never duplicate that.

Must of been due to your expert guidance. Tell him he owes you big time.

Gotta go now an scream and sob some more.

Glad we don't have the new dog yet, etc..

PM Out
12-18-2002 07:20 PM
removed_by_request He was in the calvary wasn't he?

Fitting end to a dead horse.
12-18-2002 06:23 PM
peter-s-c :hehe: If I still had it, I'd take you up on that offer.

(Having visions of Colonel Potter pulling his .45 and blowing away what was left of his jeep after Frank ran over it with a tank.)
12-18-2002 06:09 PM
removed_by_request Give into your temptation my friend, I have a Sig 45cal that would also work. We could do a modern port job on the reel.
12-18-2002 05:43 PM
peter-s-c
Quote:
Originally posted by mjyp
Hopefully that reel met a just death at the end of a sledge.
Tempted, trust me.
12-18-2002 03:50 PM
removed_by_request Hopefully that reel met a just death at the end of a sledge.
12-18-2002 03:28 PM
peter-s-c
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Originally posted by Lipripper
It was his first time Steelhead fishing, first time on the PM, and second Steelhead ever
After reading that bit, the best response we have over on ROFF is, "See Paul's hat!" It says, "Bite Me!"

I did hook one buck on the Muskegon that probably was close to the one in the picture. He did a Seadoo imitation, busting along the surface until the crappy drag on my old reel starting grabbing, releasing, then overspooling and the resulting mess broke him off.
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