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leech~~

Arms hurt?  😁

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Rick

Nice nice nice report. Thank you.

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Wanderer
On 7/5/2019 at 6:48 AM, leech~~ said:

Arms hurt?  😁

 

Haha - Not too bad!  Ibuprofen and 321 foam rollers were also used!  The worst pains I remembered were the one day I wore “proper” shoes my legs and back got sore.  After that I went back to Crocs and was fine.  The other was setting hard on a muskie and bruising my ribs a little.  Plus I missed it anyway. 😥

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Some times.  Love Hurts!  🤣

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chaffmj

@Wanderer  Wow Tracy! Nice fish and a great report!

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I will have to say though. With all those great fish pictures and all those gear tag hat and shirt changes.

I didn't see one HSO or FM hat or shirt worn!  😲

 

And I know a guy that can get them made! 😄

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Wanderer

Haha, right!

 

Sometimes I have my hoody and cap packed but usually for fall/winter trips.  Start embroidering UA or other performance gear and see what the price does!  I was going for wind/water resistance and coverage from the sun without overheating.  I still dig my HSO hoody but had to go with the right tool for the job.😉

 

We did ask the resort about hats and hoodys and got the “hard time with digitizing the logo” and “costs too much/don’t have room to stock” reply that wasn’t surprising.  Oh, and the “Don’t make anything from it anyway” too. 😀

i knew exactly what they were saying.

 

I said I knew someone too but they weren’t really interested.  Basically said, Good, you can order direct from them!

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