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 Post subject: Re: Ice-breaking flies
PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2010 11:54 pm 
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Brook Trout

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I've done this on many occasions. I have the technology. First, you need to "screw" the ice with an auger of some sort. I'll leave this up to you. This makes a "hole". You should know what comes next...


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 Post subject: Re: Ice-breaking flies
PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:42 am 
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mtsteveoh wrote:
I've done this on many occasions. I have the technology. First, you need to "screw" the ice with an auger of some sort. I'll leave this up to you. This makes a "hole". You should know what comes next...

Damn, but there's a visual that causes instant 'penile shrinkage'!


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 Post subject: Re: Ice-breaking flies
PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 11:15 am 
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Brown Trout

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Sounds like how you catch a polar bear. First, cut a hole in the ice. Next, spread peanut butter around the hole. Polar Bears love peanut butter so you won't have to wait long till one comes up and starts licking the PB. Then ever so quietly, sneak up behind him and kick that polar bear right square in the ice hole.


Then you got yourself a polar bear.


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 Post subject: Re: Ice-breaking flies
PostPosted: Tue Dec 21, 2010 2:01 pm 
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Warpaint Shiner

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well, well....I see its bout time the lil' Mrs Geezer got you outta the house, be careful though, cuz' those big daddy bream of yours love to eat lil' tiny fathead minnows.


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 Post subject: Re: Ice-breaking flies
PostPosted: Tue Dec 21, 2010 2:41 pm 
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Landman wrote:
well, well....I see its bout time the lil' Mrs Geezer got you outta the house, be careful though, cuz' those big daddy bream of yours love to eat lil' tiny fathead minnows.

If there's a flathead left in the pond, that is one lucky/tough minnow. But you may be correct about me getting out of the house... and into the moving water. I see the surgeon on the 30th and will be up at River House for New Year's weekend, so I'm hoping he'll give me the go ahead to stand in a 'safe' part of the New River and abuse trout with some of my poorly tied flies. ;)


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