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    Does this mean you'll be taking along a Mayfield truck?

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    HEY! This past weekend was the May Two-Four weekend back home. Missed another one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firecat1 View Post
    Does this mean you'll be taking along a Mayfield truck?
    Around here, it would be a Luvell's Dairy truck or a Barber's Dairy, but I agree with the Mayfield idea... Just follow the empty moose tracks..
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    Glen Morangie please! And leave the bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firecat1 View Post
    Glen Morangie please! And leave the bottle.
    Tough day? Here's a glass of rocks, even though you didn't ask...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    Tough day? Here's a glass of rocks, even though you didn't ask...
    Thanks 1214 but ice in Glen Morangie would be committing sacrilege! And yes, tuff days, plural. I do have some pretty black, purple and green marks now tho.

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    You could use the ice on all the sore spots! Sounds like you got a few work related temporary tattoos..
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    I hate having to make the Lenoir City runs!!! 3 days a week for just one recipient that could be driven to the center (and picked up) on Daddys' way to and from work and it adds an extra hour to the run.

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    Just enjoy the drive. Hopefully, your trip goes better than that of the bugs on your windshield..
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    Hit me with your best shot (and make it a double please).

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    Firing Away!!

    It seems that the song references are getting "Carried Away."

    I can't get them out of my head. It is almost like searching through a music library everytime I go to make a post.. grrr..
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    "I love this bar
    It's my kind of place
    Just walkin' through the front door
    Puts a big smile on my face
    It ain't too far, come as you are
    Hmm, hmm, hmm I love this bar"

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    "Prop me up beside the jukebox.."
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    Would you like us to plug it in for you? ehehhehee
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    Where has everybody gone? Maybe the karaoke machine was a bad idea..
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    I think everybody's hanging out on boats or in backyards for bbq's and doing their drinking there!
    Last edited by firecat1; 06-13-2008 at 04:44 PM.

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    House boats are nice. I have a found memory of one mmmmmm. Would like to relive that one.
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    Houseboats create massive wakes on narrow river channels. It makes fishing a Carolina-rig pure HeII in the main channel drop-offs. I've had the water sucked out from under my boat while fishing in a pocket off the main river channel. The fall, then surge of the water level changed the depth about 3 feet. With the corresponding waves after it passed, it continued to pick up my boat and slam it into the mud. I couldn't get out of the pocket to the deeper water due to the force of the waves. Ruined a good trolling motor when it wrapped itself down against the bottom of the boat. It had a nice 'C' shaped curve in it's stainless steel shaft. I was lucky to have had my gas engine trimmed up above the bottom of the boat. Bay boats are even worse..
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    Um...1214..............what the heck is a bay boat?

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    Around here, a bay boat would be considered something more commonly seen in or near saltwater. It would be something that could handle some ocean waves such as those fishing boats on the Gulf Coast (near shore boats.) Usually, a center console-stand up helm, or even the enclosed cabin-cruiser style boats. Anything that has a deep V-hull design that is made to handle big waves will be called a bay boat around here. Sometimes we call them Yachts if they have living quarters, but us that have to fight the waves while fishing dis-affectionately pronounce it Yah-Chet. (like hatchet) The river channels around here are shallow in relation to other rivers. The average depth being around 14 foot in the navigational canal. If a big bay boat tries to get up on plane, it is not uncommon for the waves to exceed 4 foot due to their large draft (profile in the water). Some places where the channel is narrow will be affected severely by these waves. Most will travel at Idle speed, but a few idiots will rev it up. Boaters are responsible for any damage caused by their wakes, so if their wake causes damage to your boat, they can be held liable. On the bigger lakes, like Bay Springs and Pickwick, the waves aren't as noticeable because they can spread out more. Example: I had my Bass Tracker out on Pickwick in the Tennesee River. I was trying to get back to the Tombigbee River Channel. About a mile in front of me I saw what I thought was a small house boat comming towards me. When I got close, I realized it was a large houseboat, on plane.. Those waves were about 5-6 foot from it's wake. Because that river is so much wider and deeper, when I hit the waves, I had room to maneuver-no problems, whereas on the smaller, shallow channels, it might have washed me to the shoreline and aground. Fun, fun, fun..
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    Now due to a combination of boat size, channel depth and width, you'd figure there would be speed limits which would not allow a pilot to try to put the boat up on step.
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    There may be for commercial vessels, but as far as I know, none for private. There are NO-Wake zones on the river, or Idle Speed Only zones.

    Of course, I don't know how fast fish swim, either.
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    Of course, I don't know how fast fish swim, either.
    Did you also know that mulletts are out of style too? Wonder what else you don't know?













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    Did you also know that mulletts are out of style too?

    Now who would want to wear a baitfish??
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    I know it's a change from my usual but it's so hot out today, I think I'll have a pina colada (extra coconutty).

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