MikeBlue

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About MikeBlue

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  • About Me:
    Started a new job, I hope it doesn't cut into my fishing time.
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    Coaching girls softball
  • What I do for a living:
    Sports Turf Manager
  1. My son-in-law wants to book a charter this summer. He is from the Buffalo area and not a saltwater fisherman, I fish the CCC regularly. I have the name of a boat out of Falmouth, all day for four people. I know next to nothing about charters and need some advice. The time is open, anything from June to September would work. I want to avoid 'bait and wait', that may not be possible. I'm leaning towards 'off shore'. The company offers, stripers, off shore, ground fishing, sharks, tuna. I have no idea if my son-in-law is susceptible to getting sea sick. Any advice will be appreciated.
  2. It always helps to look at the fine print. 98% of the subjects were students (40yr old students?) so determinations of wealth were not personal wealth but family/parental wealth. So we have a bunch of rich kids, still going to college, hanging out in the gym wanting to make sure the good life will be there for them when they get tired of going to class.
  3. My taxes are probably on the high side, but I don't mind because it keeps the riff-raff out. The houses are all painted, everyone takes care of their yard, no chained up dogs, giant piles of firewood or junk cars in the front yard.
  4. You posted this in the distance casting forum, are you looking for a long cast reel? If so Penn recently released 2 LC lines, one is the Spinfisher VI, the other the Conflict II. They have long cast spools and are available in 5000 sizes for about $180 if you look around.
  5. I stumbled across this and had to post it. http://physicsbuzz.physicscentral.com/2018/07/watch-how-does-dead-fish-swim-upstream.html
  6. I had some luck with a persistent joint by just icing the male end, then twisting it. The strap wrenches is a great idea.
  7. FYI, an 11' 2-4oz just popped up for sale Craig's List Cape Cod
  8. This is great! At least you know what a prophecy is, I'm on page 4, it's been 6 days since you started this thread and all is see some hints, no clear cut predictions like; Build the wall. Mexico will pay. Label China a currency manipulator. He will give us "great healthcare at a fraction of the cost". Indict Hillary Clinton. Drain the swamp. Cut taxes for the wealthy. Pass a huge spending bill. Explode the deficit. I'm just not seeing where you came right out and said ............will happen.
  9. I assume this is a prediction? WRONG!
  10. These were my choices, not bad, what I got wrong was that Congress would acquiesce. But you know what I just noticed while going back over this thread is that the guy who started it, Mr. J himself didn't have the balls to make any predictions himself. It's really easy to sit back and mock others but not take any risk yourself, what a wimp!
  11. The stump might be only part of the problem. If you are going to plant something to replace the crabapple you're going to have to dig a hole slightly larger than the root ball of the new plant. This means you will have to chop or cut a lot of left over roots. I would plan ahead and try to get an idea of what is going in there and how big a hole it's going to need. You might save yourself a lot of extra work if the replacement plant has a sizeable root ball by just cutting the roots around the stump and popping it out now.
  12. Nike doesn't make waders, steel toed shoes or cowboy boots, they ain't worried about sales to a certain group of people.
  13. Is it possible that the lead weights were heavy enough to cause the stomach and intestinal perforations? I wonder exactly where in the body they were recovered?
  14. Those weights don't look corroded at all, if stomach acid was eating them they wouldn't be that smooth.