I can hear the conversation now.
"Am I dead?"
"Am I in heaven or hell?"
"Take a guess."
"Why am I on a golf course?"
"Take a another guess."
"Oh S*** !!! I really am in hell!"
"NNNNNOOOOOOOO !!! Anything but golf!!! Give me Fire
and Brimstone! Give me 72 male virgins! Give me
Floods! Earthquakes! SMOG! Condescending Limeys!
ANYTHING BUT GOLF !!!! "
"Suck it up cupcake. Now go walk after that ball."
On Sat, 01 Sep 2018 01:26:35 -0500, snipped-for-privacy@Weiser.com wrote:
I come from a fishing family, and was taught to fish by my grandma. We ate what we caught.
I was about 5 years old. Been fishing since, but if the fish aren't worth eating because
of contamination, I won't fish.
I've probably spent more time fishing than 99.9% of people, and I've given it some thought.
I've concluded I fish because they might be there.
And if they're not, so what? I've had a good day on the boat or dock or shore.
On 09/01/2018 12:26 AM, snipped-for-privacy@Weiser.com wrote:
That's what rod holders are for. We used to make ad hoc ones. Cut a
forked branch, whittle it down, and stick it in the ground. Lean the
pole in it and put a rock on the butt end of the pole if the balance is
We have 'world class' trout streams. People come from great distances
and hire fishing guides in order to take selfies with fish. Most of the
better creeks are catch and release so back in the water goes the fish.
On 9/1/18 1:26 AM, snipped-for-privacy@Weiser.com wrote:
We would put out night sets sometimes on our little creek. It
20 feet wide and a bit over knee deep usually. We'd catch a carp now
The best fishing was when the river went up and we could spear fish.
would gather under mulberry trees sometimes.
People in southern Louisiana fish or hunt for alligators. They
bait on hooks a couple feet over the water. They come back the next day to
collect their winnings. This is usually a two person crew. One will
hooked gator to the boat and the other shoots it. Person is the
The show "Swamp People" showed a couple women hunting gators. Not this one:
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