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06-19-2007 03:53 PM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

I was sitting out on a dock in in the middle of the night in minnesota fishing for crappies. On the dock to the east there was two teenybopper girls and a horny, zit faced teenaged guy. Boy, he was doing everything to try and impress them gals. He would say "I caught this bass, and drive this kind of car and do this and that." well, he's fishing for catfish, and he sets his pole down, sos as better to brag and talk up the girls. I'm looking over there right about the time his rod goes screaming into the lake. He tries to grab it, dives onto the dock to save it. Misses. Then the whole routine changes- " Heh-Heh- happens all the time. So what are you girls doing. Those girls and myself were biting our toungues so we wouldn't laugh to loud.
06-18-2007 02:25 PM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

Well it's only funny because he didn't get hurt...

last time I fished Lon Hagler with my dog, I was leaving and pulled my boat up to the dock, another boat and two fisherman were at the dock already, they were grabbing things out of their truck in between fishing so I talked to them for a dog decided he would like to see what Salmon eggs taste like, only problem was, they were on a hook on one of their poles.

Needless to say, that guy caught himself a 50lb dogfish that day and I think my dog learned not to eat salmon eggs. He was hooked right in the lip, just like a fish! LoL. (Thank god the barb didn't embed in him)
06-18-2007 08:50 AM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

Yeah, you know you got a good group of fishing buddies, when everyone starts giving everyone else a nickname and it sticks. For example, my brother John is "Little John, for all the typical reasons, big guy, a little slow.* Or Jason, we call him "Skeeter" because he's from Minnesota and we call his dad Warren "Big Skeeter."* Because he just didn't like being called "Skeeter Senior."* And then, there's* "Six pack", Darrayl, and no, it's not because of his abs.* And Lou, also known as "Chum Golly" Don't know why, it just seemed to fit.* And Rodger. Well, we just call him Rodger.* Figured his parents had already shamed him enough.* And Jay, "12 ounce-er", not because of what he drinks, but because of the size of his bladder and the frequent bathroom stops we always have to make.* And then, there's Chuck and Clark, "Cluck and Chark"* because they're always hanging out together and when you'd say there names real fast, they'd just always come out wrong.* And me, well, I'm simply known as "The Master Baiter" a name given to me because of my renowned fishing prowness, and yes, before you English majors go correcting me, I'm pretty sure that I've got the spelling right.* * * * * *
06-17-2007 11:45 AM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

So, me and my son are sitting around one Saturday afternoon, watching the Bass Master's Classic on TV, when he asks me,* "Hey Dad, why do all those guys have those patches all over their shirts?"* So, I try to explain to him how those are the sponsers,* companies that pay him to be a walking, talking billboard.* So, he listens and then he says to me, "You mean that guy really gets paid to fish?"* "You bet," I reply, "and you see that boat he's in, he might have won that in a tournament or a sponser may have given it to him, and if he's really good,* even the truck he pulls the boat with was probably given to him by a sponser."

So, now he's thinking and he asks me.* "Dad, you're a good fisherman.* You catch lots of fish. Why don't you become a pro and get sponsered.* Then, you can make lots of money." Now, I'm about to explain to him how very few fisherman are good enough to be pros, and how it's a very difficult path to follow.* One that demands great sacrifice and perserverence and how only a select few actually succeed, when my wife, who's been sitting in the chair next to us reading, closes her book and simply says. "Bryan, your Dad can't be a professional fisherman."* "Why not Mom?* Why can't he?"* *Bryan asks, "Well Bryan, you see. During the tournaments, they won't let him drink any beer."* *
06-17-2007 09:11 AM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

Just last week I took my two children to the State farm Ponds in Greeley to catch some bass. The fun started when I opened the box of worms, my three year old and my 16 month old went crazy, screaming and crying when I grabbed one and showed it to them. Their reaction was priceless.

Then when my daughter reeled in the first bass, I lipped it and took it right next to my 16 month old son (this is the first time he came fishing). When he realized what it was his eyes got huge screamed and ran up the hill. I had never seen him run so fast. Me and the wife were laughing about it all night long. He will never live this story down.
06-17-2007 07:20 AM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

For Father's day. For all us fisherman that might fish just a bit too much.

Several years ago, when the water was high at Pueblo, much like it is this year, me, a friend, and his son were fishing under the railroad tressle up in Turkey Creek when a train comes roaring by overhead.* Well, his son looks at his Dad and asks him, "Dad how come when the trains come by and make all that noise it doesn't scare all the fish away? They're still in here anyway."

His Dad looks at him and says, "Well son, it's like this.* These fish have lived under this bridge all their lives, there's food here, shade, cover, and really, quite frankly, they've gotten used to all the noise that it makes and no matter how loud it gets, how much ruckus it makes, it's not gonna scare em away. All in all, this is just where they want to be."

His son, after listening carefully and thinking for just a bit, looks up at his dad and replies,* "Oh, now I get it Dad.* It's just like when mom yells and hollers at ya for goin fishin too much."
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06-16-2007 06:45 PM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

So, me and my buddy Lou are getting ready to head out fishing.* We'd just finished loading up the truck and I'm backing down the driveway when he says to me ,* "Man Dave, I'm sure glad you're going with me today.* *Last time I had to go without ya and caught nothing but the skunk.* Even had me thinking that you were sittin at home putting the jinx on me.* You know, giving me the hex because you couldn't go."*

"Ah come on Lou, you know I wouldn't do anything like that.* Besides, you can't tell me that you believe in any of that old superstitious nonsense, none of that Mumbo Jumbo kinda stuff anyway.* Do ya?* How many times have I told you that fishin's* all about preperation, presentation, skill, technique, it has nothing at all to do with......"

But before I can finish my sentence, I slam on the brakes, quickly pull back up the driveway, jump out of the truck and rush back into the house.* A few minutes later, I come back out and climb up into the truck.*

Lou looks at me and asks, "What's the matter Dave?* What'd you forget?"

I wipe a bead of sweat from my brow, let out a whistle, and answer, "Shoot Lou, I almost ruined the whole dag gum trip.* Thank God I remembered before we got too far down the road that I'd left my lucky fishing hat setting in there on the counter."

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06-16-2007 12:30 AM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

About 5 years ago we were ice fishing at wolford for my dads buddies little tournament. My younger brother and I left the shanty to get lunch I reeled mine up but he didn't we left and came back guess what no pole. So my dad let him use a nother one and he was fishing for about 10 min and had a hit he was reeling in and got tangled so I started pulling it in by hand we had a fish w/ 2 lures in its mouth I pulled the fish through the hole and attached to the other lure was the fishing pole. The fish took the prize for the biggest fish at about 18'' and 2 and a half lbs.
06-15-2007 07:23 PM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

Originally Posted by The_Mad_Catter
Originally Posted by hurltim
OK, first of all I think we should get Hobiecat and Mad Catter together and go fishing. Im not gonna fish, Im just gonna watch...

You guys are cracking me up!
Lets do it! Last night at Lone tree I went man down in a huge hidden hole that nearly broke my cankle!!* The fun never ends
Ditto that. I can describe my shore fishing dexterity in one phrase:

"Yeah...I fall down alot."

I was fishing Sheridan Lake in SD and fell off a cliff (5 feet or so) onto my face. Came down chin first on a rock. I grabbed my chin and said "Please dont be split, please dont be split, please dont be split..." I checked and no blood! Needless to say I kept fishing. Went to work the next day with a golfball sized lump on my chin. "Its not a tooomah..."

Thank god I have a head like a Cinder Block...
06-15-2007 06:10 PM
Re: Funniest Fishing Experiances.

Several years ago, me and a couple of friends decide to head on up to Antero to do some ice-fishin.* Well, all the way up the wind is just howlin, blowing us all over the road.* I mean one of those days when you're trying to decide whether to bail or not.* Well anyway, we decide to go on ahead and give it a shot.* So, we hike on in to the northwest corner of the lake and set up.

* Well, my buddies, Chuck and Clark, they have those really nice ice-shelters, I'm sure you've all seen them, they're kinda like little cabins on the lake.* But me, I'm in one of those cheapy dome tent style shelters that work just fine unless you're fishing in the wind.* *So we're all set up and the wind is just roaring and we're talking to each other, on those two way radios you can buy, as well as, eavesdropping on the other fisherman on the lake.* All of a sudden, a huge gust of wind hits my shelter and now I'm being blown across the lake.* I mean I'm rolling and tumbling along, my gear being scattered across the ice.* I must have gone fifty, sixty feet before I came to a stop and I'm all tangled up and trapped inside my shelter.*

So, I grab my radio out of my pocket and I'm yellin.* "Chuck! Chuck!* Mayday! Mayday!* I need your help! Hurry! Hurry!* Come Quick!"* But before he can answer me I hear someone else come over the radio and say,* "John dang it! Did you hear that? I don't care how windy it is out there.* We're only catchin dinks. Get your big butt up!* We gotta move.* I'm not sure who, but someone out on this lake is getting into the really big ones."* * *
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