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Well on facebook he posted this pic


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 That looks like a sauger or smaller walleye, both darn good eatin!Thumbs Up
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PEOPLE,,,,, Just come on down to south Louisiana and fish in short sleeve shirts. How do you fish from the house??? Have never seen anything like that Big smile
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Originally posted by kartracer kartracer wrote:

PEOPLE,,,,, Just come on down to south Louisiana and fish in short sleeve shirts. How do you fish from the house??? Have never seen anything like that Big smile
 
I'll bet there's nothing that can eat you in the water he's fishing in l.o.l. Have a winter season does have it's advantages ! 
 I have to say that is a fancy shanty, well I can't even call it that it's way to nice. I have done a bit of ice fishing here in michigan and I guess we just roughed it. I thought the collapsable shanty we drug out on the ice was nice . That big fishing shack reminds me of the guys fishing in the movie "grumpy old men" !!! Guys around here are just starting  wander out on the ice. Actually had a few rescues this weekend. It's cold now but we had snow before the cold snap and it's letting the lakes hold their heat.
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Yeah, in LA, not only can they eat you from the water, but from the air as well. Those suckers are big enough if they gang up on you they can tote you off into the marshes for other snackers. I seen one guy go from 300lbs down to 50, look like a collapsed straw in a soda bottle. We had to take a big fish and hook up a hose between them and use a bicycle pump to pump the fishes blood into him to save his life. The only downfall to that? He developed gills and had to live in the brackish water. Now does he not only have to watch for gators but sharks too LOL  Ok ok, I just woke up ok, I've got a weird sense of humor this morning. Embarrassed

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OK, Charles -- No more 4 AM nights for you!!
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but but, what will I do then? Actually go to sleep? LOL

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I will try to get some more pictures of he Walleye caught tonight. Caught one keeper last night but lost three and broke line on one. I can't figure out how to post pictures on here from my phone. If I do, I will post them right away.
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This is the "toy" I use to pull the fish house around when the snow is too deep for my truck. I don't have a picture of it but I have a 5 foot snow plow on the wheeler also.
 
 
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Darren, if its like my phone, I discovered something. Even though it transfers as a JPG or JPEG, its actually a BMP file. For some reason (may be this older forum software) but its rejecting it as an invalid file right? I know when its sent to facebook, facebook converts it to JPEG/JPG. I'm hoping that once this forum is upgraded, it'll fix that problem. In the meantime, I'm having to upload them to the computer, open it with Windows Paint, then save it with the same name (its in JPG extension but forum doesn't like it), once I've saved it, then I can upload it. Also guys, remember do NOT put any characters such as ", ; etc, forum will reject it everytime even in the new version.
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No actually on mine. The Browse option doesn't work. It doesn't say browse it says Choose file. When I click on it nothing happens. It does this on both my Samsung Galazy Nexus and My Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX.
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I'll check on that.
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Didn't see anything wrong with permissions, so must be because of the old forum software.
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Darren, that must be one rough riding machine, because the wheels aren't round. LOL I bet that has pretty good traction in the snow - nice rig!
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Works great in snow or mud or whatever. Check out this link and you can see how much fun tracks can be.
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Caught this night. 23 inches long. About 4 to 4.5 pounds. Too big to eat and not big enough to put on the wall so I let her go.
 
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