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Old 06-19-2012, 04:22 PM
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Well I finally got a day off and left to fish a small pond by the hockey rink just to test it out and see what fish it held on my way I relized I forgot my dang camera but thought ah well its not about that anyway and kept driving. As I came down the road I notice the sheriff van with a few "workers" and due to my failures already I attempted to make myself feel better by blasting foulsom Prison Blues it gave me some satisfaction as I continued on. Walking to the pond with fly in hand I step on my line and procede to jam my fly past the barb into my finger. I cut it off retied and kept fishing I caught a few warmouth's and decided it needed to come out so I took a seat started yanking and tugging till it came out. Karma got me good today as I type with a sore finger..........
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It might have been worse: I shudder to think what might have happened had you played Bob and Tom's "Prisoner of Love".
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Dang, one of those days.
That's pretty tough of you though, to keep on fishing with a fly jammed in your finger.
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Old 06-19-2012, 05:43 PM
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Dang, one of those days.
That's pretty tough of you though, to keep on fishing with a fly jammed in your finger.
Ha thankfully it was a smaller fly if it had been like a reynolds pike fly im pretty sure I would be lying there unconscious still....lol
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