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Hog on ice.  Super hog that is.

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10 minutes ago, Bankbeater said:

Hog on ice.  Super hog that is.

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I think you need to peg the sinker and maybe move up to at least a 1/2oz. 

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8 hours ago, Scott F said:

Perfect for cultivating Canada’s newest, now legal, cash crop.  😉 

 

Haha, I guess it’d work quite well for that. I don’t partake in it myself, but  maybe I could rent out some space, help pay off the winter bait monkey. 

33 minutes ago, Bluebasser86 said:

I think you need to peg the sinker and maybe move up to at least a 1/2oz. 

Around my place, I’d have to peg it with a 10lb dumbbell about now. 

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Gonna be a longer 'winter' apparently ~

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On 11/21/2018 at 8:25 PM, Way north bass guy said:

So most of my weekends this September we’re spent on land rather than in the boat chasing bass, due to construction of a 8’x13’ greenhouse my wife and I built. We’re both pretty green thumbed when it comes to veggies and flowers, and she’s wanted a greenhouse for a while now. After getting a bunch of free windows from a friends house that he had changed, it was the kick in the rump we needed to finally get started and after a blazing hot summer, ( you want a greenhouse to be in the sunniest part of the yard, which is also the hottest place to work in summer), we finally got some cooler weather in September to build it. 

Here’s the finished product. 

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We’ll, winter has come early and with a vengeance, but we did get some lettuces and assorted greens planted in late sept. Today was a high of -11C and a horrible wind chill, and we have over a foot of snow on the ground, but my wife went out to the greenhouse and took an inside/outside pic. 

So far, we’re pleased with the results of our build and with any luck we’ll have some fresh salads by Christmas. At the very least, it’s a nice, tropical place I can visit with my lawnchair in the dead of winter and dream of a summer topwater bite 😏. Today at 1:00 it was 29C inside!

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That is a well made greenhouse. Me and my better half also enjoy gardening and grow fruits, vegetables, and other plants.

On 11/20/2018 at 1:01 PM, Team9nine said:

 

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That is a frivolous price for a bass fishing book. None of my Medical books cost that much and those books are well known for being expensive. Must be a ''collectors edition'' or someone price gouging a book about catching bass.

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While many would classify this as an Ugly sweater, I want one!

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Daughter has a mouse in her car. You came to the right guy, girl. Your dear ole dad is Oscar Mike! (On Mission)

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3 hours ago, Harold Scoggins said:

Daughter has a mouse in her car. You came to the right guy, girl. Your dear ole dad is Oscar Mike! (On Mission)

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Better get that puppy before he eats the wiring...Rambo...

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Found out the hard way on Thanksgiving that it's possible to split a fingernail in half down the middle with a potato peeler, who would have thunk? I kept most of the blood out of the potatoes at least 🤣

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52 minutes ago, Bluebasser86 said:

it's possible to split a fingernail in half down the middle with a potato peeler, who would have thunk? I kept most of the blood out of the potatoes at least

Is that how you prepare red potatoes?😲

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Is something hiding in this picture?

 

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My 1960 Reynolds  Pop-Pom tree, complete with color wheel....

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11 hours ago, slonezp said:

Better get that puppy before he eats the wiring...Rambo...

Done. Peanut butter gets em every time. 

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2 hours ago, Harold Scoggins said:

Done. Peanut butter gets em every time. 

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Nicely Done,  oh Great Hunter ~ 

PB is my bait of choice as well.

And for a relatively tiny little stinker, they can do damage. 

Hope there's no more. 

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A-Jay

 

 

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6 hours ago, Fishing Rhino said:

Is something hiding in this picture?

 

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Your Nitro is missing.

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5 minutes ago, slonezp said:

Your Nitro is missing.

I wish I could put it in this reservoir.  Not really.  Those fish were caught in the Quabbin Reservoir.  If it were open to them, every bass boat in the state would be fishing it.

 

As a senior, I can rent one of these 15 foot aluminum boats with a nine hp Honda for 23 dollars per day.  That includes the fuel, life preservers if you don't bring your own.  Can fish 'em from sunrise to a half hour before sunset.  It also includes parking.

 

It's a two hour drive for me, but I'll fish it once a week.  Oh, that special is only good for weekdays, not weekends.

 

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6 hours ago, NHBull said:

My 1960 Reynolds  Pop-Pom tree, complete with color wheel....

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My Parents has one of those. The tree would change color depending on what color on the wheel is in front of the light. 

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What else do I need?

 

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might not be fishing tomorrow.

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This is what happens at 5pm when my almost 2 year old decides he doesn't need a nap today.

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I tried to pick him up and wake him up because I thought it was a little early to put him to bed, he didn't agree.

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As I begin my journey into those "Golden Years," I have found my level of risk taking go way down. However, fishing the big water on a kayak will always be on my bucket list. This video still is by Rob Valderrey.

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