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Priorities and Fishing

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I worked from 11pm lastnight until 8am this morning.I had promised the other member of Thye 2 Mooks in a Boat Fishing Team that we would hit out for a few hours when I woke up.

Well this cutie Ive been hangin out with wants to come ver for some Blanket Surfing and Its 45 degrees out side and the wind is Gusting.

Rons pickin me up in a half hour to go fishing

The cutie may or may have time to come over tonite Im gettin older fellas and my PRIORITIES ARE GETTIN TWISTED ::)

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You and a gal under the covers sounds like opportunity knocking.  

Fishing in 45 degree weather with gusting winds sounds like your knees will be knocking at best.

I'd tell the guys they'll have to muddle on without ya.  ;)

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I recall a quote by Kipling - I think- something like this "a woman is a woman, but a cigar is a good smoke".    Maybe  that should be "a woman is a woman, but but a good fishing trip will be remembered forever"

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All worked out weel We got skunked but had a great day on a few ponds with brisk sunnjy weather and the forest expolded in colors.Now Im off to work and gonna spend tommorw a a CAST planning meeting then 2 days with the understanding Honey Im bringing my travel rod to the meeting Passing a sweet smallie hole on the Leigh River on the way back! :D

By the way fellas your responses are bounce worthy

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Wow Muddy, your priorities are a little different then mine would have been in those conditions.  It was a win win situation either way.

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Next time, take her out in the boat, and let her fish with you..............  That would be the best of both worlds IMO.

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This thread got me to thinking about my fishing priotities in relation to the opposite sex. I fished as a kid almost non stop until about 14; when I got interested in girls. No more fishing at all; not through high school, college, nothing. No fishing at all until I had been married for about ten years; once again non stop fishing. :) It's really great, I feel like a kid again, I have a lot of fun and try to get out as much as possible. I do kinda miss the girls though ;)

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This thread got me to thinking about my fishing priotities in relation to the opposite sex.  I fished as a kid almost non stop until about 14; when I got interested in girls.  No more fishing at all; not through high school, college, nothing.  No fishing at all until I had been married for about ten years; once again non stop fishing. Smiley  It's really great, I feel like a kid again, I have a lot of fun and try to get out as much as possible.  I do kinda miss the girls though Wink

how true is this.  i bet im not the only one who related with this.

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Most people tell me my priorities are screwed up, but I don't care, they're my priorities!  Here's about the best day I had this summer...

8:30am- met buddy for breakfast

9:15am- On the golf course, shot my PB (92...ok, so I'm not a very good golfer)

12:30pm- Home again, getting lunch and beers

1:00pm- On the lake, caught 15 fish to 2 lbs

5:00pm- Home again, showered

6:30pm- At girlfriend's house for dinner (kids are at g'ma house ;) )

8:00pm- Done with dinner and into "extra curicular" activities

11:30pm- Fall asleep watching Simpsons

Now if I could get EVERY day like this, I would be an extremely happy man :) :) :) :)

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OOOPS, I did it again.

Sorry, but even though I thought I was being "clever" at disquising the risque nature of my post.  It was deleted.  

Apologies to the mods.  I know you don't need me to give you extra work.

BassResource.com rocks.  

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I was clever...I smiled too...before I deleted it.

You know, it's not about being mean, lacking a sense of humor or an "agenda", it just didn't work for this Forum.

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