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10 minutes ago, Log Catcher said:

I hate to break your illusion. Christie Brinkley turned  60 this year. Since she is now too old for you I'll take her fishing.

I didn't say too old, its just that its a little creepy thinking about young Gundog's wall and the ages of those ladies today. Kind of like looking at a black and white photo of your grandmother in a bikini. :lol:  

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Our UPS driver, Lonnie. I'm tempted to order things just to talk hunting and fishing with him. He's "done the work". We may actually get out one of these days.

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On 12/19/2018 at 1:14 PM, Crestliner2008 said:

Hands down for me would be Al Lindner. Best multi-species angler around, in my opinion. :)

Al would be my choice as well. 

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As  far   as Pro Bass anglers I would like to fish with Paul Elias . He thinks outside the box , always swinging for the fences . Thats the type of guy I'd like to spend a day with .

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1 hour ago, Log Catcher said:

I hate to break your illusion. Christie Brinkley turned  60 this year.

♬. Uptown girl, her plastic surgeon has more skin to unfurl,

  

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Everyone here. If I ever win the powerball, I’d make that a reality. I guess I’d have to buy a ticket first, lol. 

 

Id make it on the Columbia and snake rivers

 

Celebrities

zona

kindner

dance

parker

 

Family

my dad

brothers

father-in-law

 

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On 12/19/2018 at 1:14 PM, Crestliner2008 said:

Hands down for me would be Al Lindner. Best multi-species angler around, in my opinion. :)

I enjoyed watching some of his shows when I was a kid. He is definitely a talented freshwater fisherman in Northern waters but I would not consider him the best multi species angler around. There are anglers that have caught over 500 species of fish which is very impressive since most anglers have not even caught 100 species of fish in their lifetime. These multi species fishermen travel the world to catch fish most fishermen have not even heard of.

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John.  I fished with my friend John for 30 years. We fished a lot together. His wife died from ALS several years ago just when she was suppose to retire.  John kind of drifted away I guess. I tried to stay in touch.  I haven't seen him in a year and have not shared a boat with him in over four years.  I would like to fish with John. 

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11 hours ago, soflabasser said:

I enjoyed watching some of his shows when I was a kid. He is definitely a talented freshwater fisherman in Northern waters but I would not consider him the best multi species angler around. There are anglers that have caught over 500 species of fish which is very impressive since most anglers have not even caught 100 species of fish in their lifetime. These multi species fishermen travel the world to catch fish most fishermen have not even heard of.

Yeah I'm sure. But....he's very knowledgeable it those species I'm interested in. Bass, pike, walleye and crappie. That's all I care about.

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I'm kinda surprised that no one responded that they'd like to fish with their own WIFE!  Then again, maybe I'm not surprised.

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1.  My son

2.  My wife

3. Bill Dance

4. Scott Martin (he's hilarious and I think he would just be a blast to be around)

5. Scarlett Johansson (my wife said if I get the chance I should "go for it".  I have a great wife!)

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17 minutes ago, gimruis said:

I'm kinda surprised that no one responded that they'd like to fish with their own WIFE!  Then again, maybe I'm not surprised.

My wife doesn't like fishing, hates the taste of fish and wrinkles her nose at the smell when I'm cooking some in the broiler.

 

At least she lets me go fish and 'allows' me to eat my catch when I'm in the mood for some broiled bass/trout.

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20 minutes ago, gimruis said:

I'm kinda surprised that no one responded that they'd like to fish with their own WIFE!  Then again, maybe I'm not surprised.

I fish with her more times than not. 

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My wife is my fishing partner.  She can throw a baitcaster with the best of them.

Fished with Shaw in a Redman tournament in ‘85 on Kissimmee chain. 

Great guy.

My top picks would be KVD, Rick Clunn and Zona. 

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Bill Dance.

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I'm lucky, I've already spent a day on the water with my #1 choice in the fishing world ;).

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In the real world, I'd love to take my dad out fishing even though he's not a 'serious' fisherman like I am...He taught me how to fish, but being a Navy Pilot on many deployments, he was unfortunately not able to continue fishing with me a whole lot growing up.  We both fall victim to "things are soooo busy" these days so we never get out on the water when we see each other.  Going to be a new year's resolution for me I think. 

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On 12/19/2018 at 9:34 PM, Catt said:

I fished many times with & against The General, he taught me a lot about worm fishing.

 

Tommy Martin taught me about deep grass jigging. 

Catt, it would be great to fish with The General. Against him- for me I'm not sure about that! He's one excellent fisherman!

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39 minutes ago, Mobasser said:

Catt, it would be great to fish with The General. Against him- for me I'm not sure about that! He's one excellent fisherman!

 

I was fortunate enough to be around Toledo Bend almost every weekend from 1972-1982.

 

 Villis P "Bo" Dowden Sr, Harold Allen, Larry Nixon, Tommy Martin, & Zell Roland were just guys we hung out with at the marina, ate at the same café, shopped at the same grocery store. 

 

Hemphill's population today is only 1,210; 46 yrs ago it was easy to know everyone.

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17 hours ago, gimruis said:

I'm kinda surprised that no one responded that they'd like to fish with their own WIFE!  Then again, maybe I'm not surprised.

Would love to fish with my wife....BUT....she doesn't care for it...her passion is golfing so when ever she snaps her fingers I go golfing with her!!  She backs my fishing 100% and is a blessing.  I've tried to improve on hitting that silly white ball so as to give her a go once in awhile so life is good.

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My older brother (who I lost back in 2001) who taught me to bass fish.  He used to set the hook so hard it would almost flip our small boat (scamp).  We went on a fishing trip once on a reservoir that held a lot of 5 pound bass when I was a teenager and he was about 21.  The reservoir was loaded with gar as well and I caught one.  While trying to get my hook out, the gar twitched and lodged the hook in my finger then twitched again and ripped a nice slice through my finger.  He was getting tons of action with the bass, so he just dropped me at the bank to drive myself back to the house to get bandaged up.  I hauled it there and back as quick as I could to get back in on the action with him.  He is the reason I love to bass fish and I wish I could spend just one more day on the water with him.  

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1. My Pawpaw Jake (passed)

2. Uncle Doug (passed)

3. My best friend Shawn who I fish with 99.9% of the time anyway. I have ONE best friend and that is all I really need. He has done more to help me out than I could possibly ever repay him for. I know someday we won't be able to fish together so I look forward to going with him when we can.

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On 12/19/2018 at 11:36 AM, Brock_v said:

If you could spend a day fishing with any persons who would it be?

I know my choice is Brandon Pauliniuk he is someone I have wanted to fish with for the longest time.

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