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Windy City Walleye Hunter

Did I See What I Thought I Saw ???

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While watching the Tori misque replayed over and over again and while watching the same play he misplayed 4 years ago to the day, I noticed a strange bottle of after shave in Tori's locker. I didn't know Captain Morgan made an after shave. Maybe that is what Tori and Juan Roid-Con use to mix up their special "Power Juice" cocktails. No wonder Tori misplayed the ball so bad, after 10 rounds with Jose Cuervo he set sail with Captian Morgan! Windy

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Hey windy, or anyone else for that mater. I dont know how to us the arkives so would somebody go back to the beginning of the baseball season to check on everyones predictions on how the Central would pan out. If im not mistaken, someone got it exactly right. Not sure who it was. cool.gif I know one things for sure, it was not windy.

But if someone can find it, that would be GREAT. thanks, Friendly

Oh yeah, that was a terrible play by Hunter, Horrible

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Are you spamming the Twins message board again today Windy? You got nothing better to occupy your October? BTW, the Tigers are on about noon today.

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Windy in your Avatar....are those all perch or some just really really small walleyes you got there??? looks like a mixture of medium sized perch and very smal walleyes. LET EM GROW!! shocked.giflaugh.giftongue.gif

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Those look like good eater walleyes, right Windy? Do you keep big ones to eat Joe, because the big ones generally should be put back to spawn. Maybe you should have posted that question in the perch or walleye forum.....

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Perch slayer!!! shocked.gif

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Noticing that nobody is answering the question. Was that a bottle of Captain Morgan in his locker? To answer your fish questions, those were about 12 walleye, smallest was 14 inches and the biggest was 19 inches. The perfect eating size and the ones that knowledgable fisherman keep. No use slicing up the 25 or 30 inchers as the meat is much tougher, full of PCB's and they are the good breeders for more little fishys, right? Oh yea, and the end fish on the right was a 5 lb northern that my daughter in law caught and was her first so we kept it and made some "poor man's lobster" with it.

Now answer my question as I have answered yours.

Windy

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Commanche.....to me they look alittle small to be eaters...i guess most from what i hear is that most of us minnesota boys prefer eating 15-19" walleyes those look like they are pushing 12" with the exception of the middle fish! And the perch...well i guess 8-9" are most common eaters hard to say what those are but they do look small to me...all i can say is i guess i wouldnt keep those sized fish gotta keep a bunch of them to get any meat off of them...i prefer the size to keep that i mentioned above!!

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My god.

Anything and everything to rile up the Twins fans and stroke your ego. Between you and Jim over the last month we have barely heard a peep. Now when the Twins are in the dumps, you guys start about 10 threads in two days.

You need to get a life other than the fishingminnesota baseball board. smirk.gif

Yes, that was Captain Morgan on his top shelf. I'm assuming he had it in there because of the prior celebration that they had. You know, the central division championship?

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Hey Windy I didn't see the White Sox results from yesterday???????

How'd they do?????? laugh.gifgrin.giflaugh.gifgrin.giflaugh.gifgrin.gif

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Noticing that nobody is answering the question. Was that a bottle of Captain Morgan in his locker?


Well I didn't see it, if it was a bottle of the Captain it just shows he has good taste. What's your point Windy? he is over 21 and since they just had a celebration, you remember those right it looks like it is approved to be in the locker room. I really don't think you are getting anyone upset. Looking forward to your next witty comment, have not seen any for awhile..

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Windy in your Avatar....are those all perch or some just really really small walleyes you got there??? looks like a mixture of medium sized perch and very small walleyes. LET EM GROW!!
shocked.giflaugh.giftongue.gif


I never even looked till now, I didn't even think those were fish! I just kind of thought they were just part of the sign.

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To finish my previous post, yes the two fish on the left are perch. One is 10 inches and the other just over 10. Our guide who moderates one of these threads and is from Minnesota and a Twinkie fan is very selective in what he lets his people keep. He is strict on the 14" at the bottom and 19" at the top. The little guys get put back to grow and the big girls get put back (after a photo) to do what big girls do best...MAKE MORE FISHYS! He also has said that he hates Wishbone Resort's board. The nails hang the fish kind of funny and it always makes the fish look smaller. He has gone to a metal pole that he keeps in his boat for fish pictures after a trip. Sorry that it makes the fish look small but they ate pretty well. This pic was from a few years back but I am too lazy and computer illiterate to change my pic. Windy

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White Sox results yesterday........hmmmmmm

They Didn't Lose, Did They?

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even tho they lost Commanche...they still played!! shocked.gif

GO TWINS!!!!

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If he's hangin with the Captain I say good for him. Personally I have a bottle of Captain, bottle of Cicclon, and a jug of Windsor in the cabinet along with aboot a 12-er of PBR in the garage fridge.

Does that make me a bad person???? If so there are a whole stinkin bunch of bad people here. grin.gif

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Seems the avatar in question is in violation of forum rules concerning display of fish.

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Seems the avatar in question is in violation of forum rules concerning display of fish.


Hey now it took me 2 months to get that Avatar posted for him.

Those fish are alive and well in that picture....

Go Twins....

Oh! those are nice Walleye's.....had to narrow the picture to fit....

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Thanks Pier,

On both accounts, the help posting and attesting to the size of the fish. I know that the picture had to be squeezed to fit. But really, thanks! Windy

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