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Re: California (B.C.S.) Dreaming

Postby meatstick » Tue Aug 28, 2012 1:32 pm

Yeh, I wanna file a complaint ... I never get to fish with Todd either !! :mrgreen:

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Re: California (B.C.S.) Dreaming

Postby Todd » Tue Aug 28, 2012 3:16 pm

meatstick wrote:Yeh, I wanna file a complaint ... I never get to fish with Todd either !! :mrgreen:


Damn, John. I was fishing with you the day in Baja when you earned the nickname "Meatstick." I realize you were in a fog due to all the tuna blood, 110 degree heat and cigarette smoke, but I can't believe you forgot who was at the other end of the panga with you. :D

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Re: California (B.C.S.) Dreaming

Postby meatstick » Tue Aug 28, 2012 4:13 pm

Ha !! I was testing you, Todd. Had not forgotten, and need you as a panga-mate again soon.

Folks, a day on the water with Todd is a good day ... fish or no fish.

I promise not to smoke next time, man ... but can't promise I won't be in
a fog.

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Re: California (B.C.S.) Dreaming

Postby Todd » Tue Aug 28, 2012 7:25 pm

John-Every time I turned around you were hooked up to a tuna or skippy. I think you caught more yellowfin than the rest of the boats combined. Pete kept motioning to me to make sure you were getting water, but you never had a free moment. You earned your nickname that day.

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Re: California (B.C.S.) Dreaming

Postby meatstick » Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:34 pm

Todd, the reality of it all ... I had no idea what I was doing. I just happened to get it right on that day. More like a testimonial to Brian & Gary's recommendations that I overheard the evening prior, and some Pangero coaching.

I was in a fog. Because I had a big problem believing that I was actually doing what I was doing.

I did make a point of listening very carefully to pre-dinner discussions
around the table. If you can just gleen a little bit of that "good talk"
it goes a long way.

I will see Isla Cerralvo again ... or my name is not LJMMMLB.

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