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Posted by:Sep 8th 2004, 11:37:08 am
smittyStory of my life.Either too early or too late.
Posted by:Sep 7th 2004, 05:08:54 pm
MaddieUnfortunately, I won't be there until March 1st, so have few for me.
Posted by:Sep 7th 2004, 04:30:00 pm
smittyMe, badmouthing women fisherman? Would never do it.Some of the best fly-fisherman I know are gurls.They can't help it and besides, they're always willing to buy, back at the hacianda.They always catch their share, never fib and are prettier than most guys.And they smell better.Plan to be on HI, if there's anything left by then, the last two in October.
If you're in the neighborhood, we'll dump a few.(Martinis of course)
Posted by:Sep 7th 2004, 03:24:27 pm
MaddieDon't let Stanley hear you bad mouthing women fisherman... He brags about me to those who are skepital of my abilities.
Posted by:Sep 7th 2004, 11:33:57 am
smittyAre you kidding? I'm game for anything that will put me into Bonefish.Even if I have to fish with a girl, LOL.Love ya kid.. Ken
Posted by:Sep 7th 2004, 12:55:12 am
MaddieStanley Johnson called me this evening to report that everyone on H.I. survived. His boat was in his yard and is safe. This morning when he went down to the PLP dock the boys were catching bonefish with handlines out of a huge school that had congregated around the dock. Stanley allowed as how, if his boat gets damaged by Ivan, we can just start hanging out at the PLP dock.
Smitty, are you game?

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