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Old 03-15-2002, 10:15 PM
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...inspiration meets the food-chain...

FYI
...Anyone interested in yakin' in the dark or splashing around in deep water might want to catch "Air Jaws" on the Discovery Channel 8PM ET (2000) on Sunday 17 March...
It's not "paranoia" if they really are trying to get you!
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Old 03-16-2002, 05:38 AM
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I love that show.

By the way, the seal stencil and flipper attachments you sent for the bottom of my yak showed up.

Are you sure this will increase my ability to catch fish?
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Old 03-16-2002, 09:01 AM
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Didn't the Eskimos use seal skins streched over a frame as a yak. Hunting whales while chewing on blubber. I'm more worried about the seals their predators.

I did see that show. WOW! Those aerials rivaled the free style ski jumps in the olymics.
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Old 03-16-2002, 01:14 PM
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Do your best Quint imitation.....

Mr. ROOP-er, I'm not talkin' about pleasure boatin' or daily sailin'. I'm talkin' about workin' for a livin'. I'm talkin' about sharkin'!

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.... and to continue........ "Here Mr. ROOPer ,tie me a Sheepshank."...ROOPer... "Ok, I haven't had to pass basic seamanship in a while.... here..hows ..that." "Let me see ya hands Mr. ROOPer( something in here about along comes Mr. whitey..and cut up like a paper doll .. I can't remember),, soft hands... yo been countin money all ya life"..... ROOPer,"Hey,, alright, alright, I don't have to take this workingman stuff".... , ..Brady.."Your not going to do that on board are ya?", Quint.." hMMMM,Maybe I should go alone".... Brady.." It's my party... my Charter".... Quint .."ya... your party your Charter....but my boat... and I'm Captain..... Will take him for balast." Brady..."you got em.." I know the whole movie... maybe I should do the town meeting when Quint first come in...or the USS Indianapolis story.

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Old 03-16-2002, 08:30 PM
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For the record, I strongly resent any comparison to Richard Cookiepuss.
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Old 03-16-2002, 09:32 PM
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...I think we need a bigger boat?!...

There's an interesting product out there called Bordners' Shark Attack...Capt Bill Brown gave me 1/2 gal (bunker oil). He uses it to help form a shark attracting slick, but I think it might help my yak slide through the water with less "resistance"...
Anybody want to go for an evening test paddle in the channel?

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Old 03-17-2002, 05:28 AM
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I'll stick to my fifths of 20 year aged pogie oil thanks!
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