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    Wicker, Dolphin art, Cheese making.
  • What I do for a living:
    Turkey baster calibration specialist

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  1. I'm with you on both but Kirsty Alley? She has always been gross!
  2. Got one and dropped one on the fly yesterday.
  3. I agree with this too. Using the rod can increase the angle of attack on a fish and help change that angle.
  4. Jab, I'm with you. I feel rods matter too. Pointing an under gunned rod directly at a fish is a great technique... until it isn't. If you are fighting a decent fish that has sounded under a boat good luck holding your arms out over the gunnel for any period of time. If you are fighting fish and need to lift your line over an obstacle and still want to apply pressure good luck doing that while pointing at the fish.
  5. That's awesome, congrats.
  6. My Tacoma is the best truck I have ever driven, I will definitely buy another in a few years. I bought the Tacoma in 2012 and it still drives like the day I bought it. I downsized from a Ram 1500 also. The Ram was OK but I'll never go back.
  7. Texture can influence flotation in a very big way. Textured surfaces can trap air causing them to float or float higher.
  8. This is what I use. Four fly rods and a spinner, plus reels.
  9. If you really want to test your skill... try to NOT hit that mole.
  10. You guys have at it.
  11. I do it all the time, everything form ocean coastline to road side trickles. On a recent flight over the Philippines I took pictures of promising looking areas so I can look them up and maybe get there in the future. To go one step further, if I see water on TV or in movies, my mind drifts to how I would fish it.
  12. So offended I probably won't be able to sleep tonight.
  13. Times like this I wish we had the ****off... or *****bag emoticon.
  14. I agree, I wouldn't cut it either.