Thursday, March 26, 2015

Thursdays past

I have no idea if it was a Thursday or not, but it was a long time ago, and many hundreds of miles away.


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  1. Dang, they must have put up some battle!

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  2. Any time and anywhere, those are big fish!

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    1. That's taken on the Anchor River, on the Kenai peninsula in Alaska. Fair sized for there, but a lot bigger are there also.

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  3. There's something fishy about this photo, Mike.

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    2. You're just trying to pull scales over our eyes, Geo. I know you're just casting about, but I'm not going to take the bait, nor get hooked.

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    3. Now you got me wondering where that expression of "fishy" came from. Took my own bait to another mystery!

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  4. When I was a kid I went fishing with my dad once. We were
    both just as glad not to have caught anything.

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  5. Is the one on the left full of eggs?

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    1. Don't remember, Martha. That was nearly 40 years ago.

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  6. I'm sure you didn't throw 'em back? Get it?

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    1. Um, no. My dense quotient is a little thick today.

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  7. Very nice. Did you ever do the shoulder to shoulder thing on the Russian. I watched a bit once. What a zoo....

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    1. They call it 'combat fishing' TB, and I did it once, and only once. Being in a close line of drunk anglers whom half of them have guns isn't my cup of tea.

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  8. Thats a beard which can cut bread

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  9. I don't see a rod or reel. Guess you caught them with your "bear" hands! (heh-heh-heh)

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  10. Oh you card, you. Don't let all that sunshine go to your head, Bruce.

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