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Got to use this dude while at work today! post-51108-0-82074100-1434850876_thumb.j

Not as good as fishing but still pretty fun! Really dirty though, feel like I just lived through a dust storm.... Could use a Gatorade ;)

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What kind of work do you do to have such a mechanical device ready to roll?

 

Any water you can take her to for a good tryout?

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P.S. Yes, I know it is a weed eater.

 

Just having fun with Jakob.

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Do you work on a golf course. I considered that when I was young to try to get to the water hazards to fish. But my local course had enough community service to stay in workers. They had a waiting list.

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You got to use the Gator or the leafblower?

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Would that be a Stihl BR 600 Magnum back pack blower? 

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Would that be a Stihl BR 600 Magnum back pack blower?

Yes it would be! Quite a fun little tool for blowing dust and dirt from dugouts!  

You got to use the Gator or the leafblower?

 Both, but I use the Gator on a regular basis, but that Blower is mighty fun! I definitely prefer the Polaris we use to the Gator though, IMHO that gator is a piece of junk.  

Do you work on a golf course. I considered that when I was young to try to get to the water hazards to fish. But my local course had enough community service to stay in workers. They had a waiting list.

I work at a ball field. I keep up the field as well as the surrounding lot. There is a creek in walking distance so I usually get a few cast in before/after work or while I'm on break.

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