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Opener song

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thanks for the song, I had the boat out yesterday for the first time this season and it sure felt good to get back on the water.

Hope everyone has a fun and safe opener.

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Good one!!

If any of you are like me, there are certain times where a "Pump you up" song is in order. What are your favorite Opener pump up songs?

I am an AC/DC "Thunderstruck" type of guy. It doesn't matter what opener it is, I need to listen to that song in route to the water/woods/whatever.

CA

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Anything except that stupid Billy Bass song..... grin.gif

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Brad Paisley...THE FISHING SONG HELZ YEAH! I wonder how many guys are gonna get the womenfolk mad at them this opener?? shocked.gif

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As long as it is not the "EDmond Fitgarald". I used to work with a guy who would play that song in his work bay once or twice a day for four years. Drove me nuts. I like rock and I would opener up this year with Rolling Stones.

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Love the Rapala song!

As far as a "pump up" song goes, I have to say that I'm more partial to just about anything by Dwight Yoakam when I'm going out to have a relaxing time catching a few and experimenting, but have to lean towards Korn's song Here I Stay if it's a competitive situation. I love the bass line in that song...

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I know its bass but google Fish'n 4 Benjaminz

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Brad Paisley...THE FISHING SONG HELZ YEAH! I wonder how many guys are gonna get the womenfolk mad at them this opener??
shocked.gif


I'm with Bassboy on this one!!!!!!!!! All I know is a fish never gave me a "to do" list or talked to much. blush.gif

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I will agree with shackbash on the Rolling Stones. I can think of one in particular "Start Me Up". Good way to get the fishing season going.

Tom

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Can't forget the Walleye song!

Walleye Song

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sweet song cant wait grin.gifgrin.gif

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Can't forget the Walleye song!


Thanks, Shane! A few hours were lost looking for that one!

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