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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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opsirc

is anyone aware of a boat in the area called "Playing Hooky"?

thanks

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Surface Tension

Sam, lets see pictures of the new boat and then I'll tell you. grin.gif

I haven't heard of that one.

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Tom Linderholm

Haven't heard of that one either.

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EatSleepFish

I think I've seen that boat before...

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End of the Line

That's one of those names that is in every port just like "Wet Dream". and "The Office"

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52luge

Believe it or not, I saw a boat for sale on Craigslist with the name.....Master Baiter. Now why would anyone name a boat like that? Kinda like those truck nuts people hang from their hitches. "Hey everybody look at me, if you had any doubts, yes, I am a complete (Contact Us Please)" Now Playing Hooky, thats clever, although it might be common.

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opsirc

Now that I got the motor problem fixed I was going to put the name on it. My daughter thought she saw a boat in the area with that name. Was checking to see if anyone else has seen it. Was going to find a graphic shop and have a decal made. Was thinking of having the G formed like a hook with the turn up eye and then put a barbed point on the Y in hooky. Something different.

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matthothand

I think you're gtg around here with that one. Haven't seen it on the water around d-town. But don't take my word for it. It might come back to 'bite' ya.

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Redlantern

52Luge, well put.

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Quickstrike

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Believe it or not, I saw a boat for sale on Craigslist with the name.....Master Baiter. Now why would anyone name a boat like that? Kinda like those truck nuts people hang from their hitches. "Hey everybody look at me, if you had any doubts, yes, I am a complete (Contact Us Please)" Now Playing Hooky, thats clever, although it might be common.


Haha, I know a couple guys that use that name for their monday night fishing league team! tongue.gif the master baiters that is.

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