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It's Friday. I'm working. It's hard to think of anything but fishing.

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Am I alone in this?

It seems that my only problems are getting my work done for the day and the windy conditions tomorrow morning.

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Friday the 13th, can't think of a better day to be on the water!

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It took until Friday to start thinking about fishing??? grin.gif

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You know, its funny because I dream of having a job AND fishing. Im screwed arent I? but then again i could buy a boat, this is gunna be a few couple years for me with high school lol.

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You're not the only one smirk.gif

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You are not alone that's for sure!!! grin.gif

Perchjr

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You're definately not alone. I've thinking about fishing most of the week.

Had to get the troling motor fixed again. frown.gif

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Just checked the game/fish activity charts and activity is highest between noon and 6 pm today.....if you put stock in such things.

Daze Off

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I'm with ya.

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Sifty

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What Archer said, why wait until Firday, I am like this everyday.... grin.gif

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I'm not sure but I think I have some sort of disorder. I think about fishing everyday and it is darn hard to get any wark done.

As disorders go It could be worse.

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I have two things on my mind... cool.gif I'm sure that I am only going to get one of which, since i will be on the water by 4:00... And the kids are going camping with us...

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Fridays go even slower while at work browsing fm.com

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Quote:

I have two things on my mind...
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I'm sure that I am only going to get one of which, since i will be on the water by 4:00... And the kids are going camping with us...


That's not true.. You can enjoy 2 beers around the camp fire. grin.gif

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I'm getting ready to head out as soon as I'm done typing this. I'm a teacher and basically have summers off, the Kids are at Grandmas, the wife is doing something with her friends... SWEET!!! Hitting Granite lake for some Bass then Probably jig for some eyes as the sun gets closer to the horizon. Beautiful day... Friday the 13th... Can't beat it. grin.gif

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I"m with you guys. Brought the boat with to work and am heading out after. These last two hours are going to be long.

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