Ahh. Thanks, in advance, for calling Bill too! I really appreciate it.
I've never squirrel hunted, all we have here are little red squirrels. Can't imagine they're good eating, and not much of a tail on them either.
Cool you're taking her fishing, a good thing to get into young! I took an officemate of mine, who is from India (and vegetarian!!) duck hunting before. I let him fire my 12 ga, with a 3.5" load in it. I don't think I'll ever forget the look on his face, followed by his patented 'cool man!' afterwards. He was upset he didn't get to kill a duck. (He said he wouldn't have minded, since I eat 'em.)
Jeesh, I'm going to keep on till I'm out of tackle.
LOL, I'll FReepmail you my address if you're feeling 'charitable'!
posted on 07/29/2006 9:24:51 PM PDT
(If you think healthcare is expensive now, wait until its free.)
To: proud_yank; All; Grammy
"LOL, I'll FReepmail you my address if you're feeling 'charitable'!"
Too late Yank, I am now (instead of penniless) almost tackless.
It's okay though, I am just happy to introduce these kids to fishing. We just returned from camping on the lake, the little girl and I. I sure picked a good time to go camping, the weather is in the 90s (with no breeze whatsoever). Not real conducive to an adult, 12 year old, and 60 pound English setter sleeping in a pup tent. I am beat, and even the fish were too smart to participate.
I took both spin cast and fly fishing tackle. She has taken a liking to fly fishing, and her casts could put some heavies to shame. I can envision the future female version of Lefty Kreh, taking pity on a poor old woman who can't drive her self fishing anymore -- remembering that when she needed a ride I was there ;)
posted on 07/31/2006 3:35:09 PM PDT
((Fish fear me))
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