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    Lol, please pass the,

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    This one was funny. Nice work.

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    In addition to nanos and graphene, its core has neutron decay as a propellant... neutrons decay into protons, electrons, and an anti-neutrinos. The proton remains in the nucleus, and the electron and anti-neutrino are emitted causing the Mullett line to cast the fly to the fish with a mere 10 degree casting stroke and hauling is unnecessary even when faced with 30 kt wind

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    Here you go---line with Braided loops
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    I've been waiting for the Chub light line presentation taper.

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    What's a Mullet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dillon View Post
    What's a Mullet?
    It was a 1980's haircut that was shorter in front and on the sides but longer in back. It was popular then, but has grown to be a source of humorous fun making over time, often considered now to have been redneck or hillbilly look, though at the time, it was considered fashionable.

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    Thanks, I am aware of the mullet hairdo. Although I never had one when I had hair. The 80s were past my long hair days anyway. I thought a mullet may also be some species of a rough fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dillon View Post
    Thanks, I am aware of the mullet hairdo. Although I never had one when I had hair. The 80s were past my long hair days anyway. I thought a mullet may also be some species of a rough fish.
    They are. That's the joke. Mullet are considered bait fish around here although I guess they're eatable.

    The simpler the outfit, the more skill it takes to manage it, and the more pleasure one gets in his achievements. --- Horace Kephart

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    That's them all right and they act foolishly, splatting and jumping en-mass all over the place. So, when my guide's grandad told him, "Don't be a mullet", he meant don't act foolishly or sport a bad haircut. I'm sending him the image of the Mullet Taper.

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