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Old 08-25-2005, 07:49 AM
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Winter steelheading

Sean Ransom letting off a little steam after a serious hike through the woods with a hardcore angler leading the way, Dennis Worley who grew up fishing the OP streams.
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Hey! Me and sinktip own that swamp. Sean and Dennis are brave fishermen to take a walk through hell on a winter morning. What is worse is they are trying to catch our steelhead.
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Are you sure that is steam???????
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Yunno Sinktip, you may be right. I've heard that if you tighten your wading belt too tight and let loose, well . . .

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Whatever it is Sean seems to enjoy the smell
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Hope he can survive a good old New England winter! He'll be wearing more clothes than that!

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The rest of the story:

He just got done kickin' saaquatch's ass
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Old 08-27-2005, 10:34 PM
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Yeah Yeah Yeah. I think a 6 mile walk like Dennis put us through would require little clothing during the coldest months here in NE.

And yes it smelled great.

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