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    I have never thought of my eating as being a habit. I am more of a grazing type. If something edible is available, then it will probably get eaten. However, I may be addicted to eating, because I can't seem to stop for more than maybe a day.
    I do have a fondness for Subway sandwiches, and I have really cut back on my fried foods after an episode of a gall bladder blockage, so do not fret, Superchef.. My eating is fine, I reserve the canned foods for special events, like an empty refridgerator and no desire to go for take out.. Perhaps the only thing I really need physicological help with would be my love of Vienna sausages as a snack food. That would be with a touch of Texas Pete's hot sauce.. I do have a fear of lettuce. It doesn't do well in my system. NO LETTUCE..

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    "I found your problem. It's the Boat. You have a BassTrasher, what you really need is a Triton. Say a TR22........ THAT is a Bassboat....."

    I cannot help my boating situation. I am limited by budget constraints. However, my little Tracker has been reliable, and a great improvement over the 14foot V-hull that I had way back when.. Of course, it also has been trained to find Bass. This feat took several years of trial and error. Unfortunatley, it also knows how to find crappie, bream, carp, and snakes. In fact, snakes seem drawn to it. As are the occasional stump, tree, and rock. I am looking for a new boat, and have looked at a Triton TR19, a Nitro 482, and ProCraft 192.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    "I found your problem. It's the Boat. You have a BassTrasher, what you really need is a Triton. Say a TR22........ THAT is a Bassboat....."

    I cannot help my boating situation. I am limited by budget constraints. However, my little Tracker has been reliable, and a great improvement over the 14foot V-hull that I had way back when.. Of course, it also has been trained to find Bass. This feat took several years of trial and error. Unfortunatley, it also knows how to find crappie, bream, carp, and snakes. In fact, snakes seem drawn to it. As are the occasional stump, tree, and rock. I am looking for a new boat, and have looked at a Triton TR19, a Nitro 482, and ProCraft 192.
    You have budget constraints, how about this, I have a 14 ft. Flat Bottom John boat with trolling motor. I just sneek up on the fish with it and reach in and grab them.

    There, that was my first post here that ought to kill it.

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    I have sent HotTrotter a message requesting he join this thread and give us his insightfull, erudite, pearls of wisdom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingKiwi View Post
    I have sent HotTrotter a message requesting he join this thread and give us his insightfull, erudite, pearls of wisdom.

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    Remthedays, I think you have a great set-up for chasing fish. I have yet to see a bass that would swim fast enough to keep up with those big boats. I would suggest using the trolling motor for longer runs, but switch to a push pole for the ultimate stealth in sneaking up on fish. You could always use a bow and arrow, and try a little bowfishing..

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    pearls of wisdom


    Seen on the opening credits of the Simpsons last night:

    (see Bart at chalkboard, writing lines AGAIN)

    "Pearls are not oyster barf. Pearls are not oyster barf. Pearls are not oyster barf."

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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef View Post
    Chief Woods,
    I would be more than happy to send you some cookies. This particular batch is going to someone else.
    (it's hard to resist a firefighter when he says please.......).


    T.J- sorry. we can't let some probie come here and kill this thread.
    Sorry Superchef, I tried.

    By the way can you send me the reciept for Choc. cookies. I do not have one and am making some (cookies) for my son in Iraq.

    PLEASE
    Now, back to the tread killing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingKiwi View Post
    I have sent HotTrotter a message requesting he join this thread and give us his insightfull, erudite, pearls of wisdom.

    That should do the job.
    You probably added him to your buddy list.

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    Thank you very much superchef. And I sent cookies last year to my brother-in-law when he was in Iraq. I bought a vacum type food sealer and he told me they stayed real fresh. Since it took about 10-14 days to get there. But I soon found out that you freeze the item first other wise they end up being flat as paper.

    Again, Thanks

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