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DTro

grrr.....not the best night

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I decided to take a walk back to a spot on the shore that looked good on a earlier hike. Grabbed three bullies for a few hours. Hoofed it back about a mile or so with my gear and 5gal bucket. Got tore up something fierce by the skeets (after taking a bath in Repel). Get back there, toss out, get pole all set up, take bucket to rivers edge for fresh water, dunk in bucket, slip on rock, bye bye two bullies smirk.gif

While grieving over my lost bait, my clicker starts screaming, run over, engage, nearly get pulled into the river.......get nothing back but a severely crushed bullie.

Count my losses, hoof it back through mosquito world. Get home to find that while scooping the bait I knocked the bubbler off my tank and all my bullies are dead.

Guess I'm off to find more bait tomorrow.

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Don't you just love those days?!?! blush.gif I'm sorry your day went like that, but am relieved to know that I'm not the only one that happens to.

MJ

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I feel your pain dtro, Its already happened to me once this year (hopefully the last)crazy.gif!!!! There are always one or two of those days in the year that we just have to get out of the way tongue.gif!!!!!!!!

Hope things go better next time cool.gif!! GOOD FISHIN!!!!!!

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When it rains it pours! I have some sort of jinx that comes out when I go to Tonka. Sat morning I’m pulling the boat of the trailer and the lead rope unsnaps and off into the lake goes my unmanned Stratos. I would like to thank the two guys that went out and recovered my boat. Sunday I back down that same ramp check my lead rope, and put the boat in. Dead batteries! The bilge pump stuck on and killed the batteries during the night. So now I’m torked, back the boat in the garage still fairly agitated and WHAMO right into the new tool box.

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