What Are You Smoking? May, 2013

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, May 1, 2013.

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  1. gentimmy

    gentimmy Active Member

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    Appreciate the Silver lining :) Can't wait to order myself a rock cob next week

    that's pretty bad ass. Unfortunately, there are no Bass Pro's around me so I'll have to wait til I head back to Dallas on May 18
     
  2. fishnbanjo

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    Oh Cool, you mean like Watermelons, Moss and Brussels Sprouts right?

     
  3. Thuber88

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    Yeah thats it...:shead:
     
  4. fishnbanjo

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    If you are going back to Dallas that's one thing but if it's not right away why not ship the tip or do they need the whole rod, on second thought ship the whole rod you may get the next better model gratis.

     
  5. PipeSimmo

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    Good evening gentlemen,
    Finally my first bowl after a 15 hours day of hard work. It's midnight in germany, I just had dinner and am just about to light up my meer for the second time. Guess what I'm going to smoke...
     
  6. JimInks

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    Going to do a little jarring with m'lady's help. Suzy and Molly are eating their wet food, so we have their permission to do our own stuff. As I work, I'm smoking Year 2002 Squadron Leader in a 1990 Peterson Irish Second Oom Paul natural.
     
  7. Thuber88

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    Nowadays they might say if you don't catch old cars, and underwater tree's, our rod would not have broken.
    Would certainly hope they would give him a new rod though
    I have had carp that wanted to break a rod, nothing in a real fish though
     
  8. fishnbanjo

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    Hey, we got a pretty short growing season here in Maine ya know, did you know the frost is only 44" deep in Alaska and it's 48" deep in parts of Maine? Watermelons and Brussels Sprouts are like Money here, moss, meh you can make tea from it and it's a great time for picking gum sap off Wintergreen Trees.

     
  9. fishnbanjo

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    Learning to bow to the fish works too.

     
  10. Thuber88

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    Fill a container with your Maine gold, and sell it to the european's, after they empty it, get it refilled with other goods you want, and have it shipped back as return to sender, items refused and unaccepted, no one will even notice
    I need more moss to stop my lawn from growing
     
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  11. fishnbanjo

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    Something out of a 55 gallon drum you rolled home and didn't have to pay shipping or duty on! :mad:

     
  12. Thuber88

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    A carp or a spare tire, sometimes its hard to tell, no problems with trout though!:th1:
     
  13. fishnbanjo

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    The Japanese Fleets buy our Sushi Grade Tuna to the tune of $2-3k lb, they are harvesting our Sea Urchins to a fare thee well and I don't even want to talk about black bear gall bladders and moose antlers!

     
  14. PipeSimmo

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    actually.....












    yes.:beck:
     
  15. gentimmy

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    Heading back home for a little graduation shindig

    Blackwoods while I continue work on this:
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  16. fishnbanjo

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    Well if you feel run down and flat at the end it was probably a tire, if you just felt like a dumb @$$ it was probably a Carp, although some places they call Carp the fresh water Tarpon.

     
  17. fishnbanjo

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    Well see, that right there is nothing to hang your head over, a fishing rod is a fishing rod and there will be others, a sheepskin is a job and possibly a one nighter here and there, so keep your chin up.

     
  18. fishnbanjo

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    :moon::bag::thdn::booty::old:;)



     
  19. Thuber88

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    We call em fertilizer...some very nice maters with a carp for a foundation.
    At Lake Mead in Vegas there are so many carp the ducks stand on them in the water to mooch food.
    Here luckily not as many, but they do crap up a nice small trout stream
     
  20. fishnbanjo

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    A friend I know used to watch this old fellow dig fish into the garden and then asked him why since the fish would be good eating. He told them he only put the ones in he didn't like to eat and he got really nice tomatoes. That year as soon as the flowers came out he and some buddies took the flowers off and hung sardines on the plants using Christmas Tree Ornament Hooks................

     
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