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Old 07-01-2019, 07:56 PM   #1
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Long story. This guy is a piece of work.
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Old 07-01-2019, 08:38 PM   #3
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I saw that posted on another site. It’s amazing the effort people put in to cheat.He should be made to return all the money.
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Wow! I just read this this entire article. What a scumbag. It amazes me what some people will do to win.
Reminds me of the famous TV hunter who shot a big elk several years ago and it was recognized as being a well-known elk from Yellowstone National Park.
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Dang, surprised it didn't say anything about catching them from his couch...
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Reminds me of a story....

About 40 years ago, I got transferred to a new town (Tuscaloosa) and had to find new fishing buddies. One guy named Glenn was in a local bass club, and he was in awe of my "choir" of bass mounts (all of my bass mounts seemed to be singing with their mouths open), admitting he had never caught a bass over 2 1/2 lbs.

After a weekend trip with my old fishing buddies, I returned to Tuscaloosa with a cooler full of bass (Back in those days, you kept and ate what you caught), including one over 5 lbs and one over 7 lbs. Naturally, being the egotistical jerk that I am, I called Glenn to show off.

"Wow! What are you going to do with them?"

I told him I would ice them and clean them later. He said he would take care of it for me, so I gave them to him.

A few months later he got divorced and I was helping him move all his shit out of "her" house. There on the wall was a bass mount that looked to be about 7 pounds..........
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About 2 weeks ago a bass boat flew up to my dock running wide ass open, slammed it out of gear and ran for the trolling motor. In the process he busted his ass and fell off the front of the boat. My boats were getting slammed against the dock but I was still laughing my ass off. Never knew you had to be that fast to catch a bass.
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About 2 weeks ago a bass boat flew up to my dock running wide ass open, slammed it out of gear and ran for the trolling motor. In the process he busted his ass and fell off the front of the boat. My boats were getting slammed against the dock but I was still laughing my ass off. Never knew you had to be that fast to catch a bass.
He fell off his glitter rocket?
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LOL now that's funny!!!
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About 2 weeks ago a bass boat flew up to my dock running wide ass open, slammed it out of gear and ran for the trolling motor. In the process he busted his ass and fell off the front of the boat. My boats were getting slammed against the dock but I was still laughing my ass off. Never knew you had to be that fast to catch a bass.
Saw the same thing happen about a year ago while perch fishing . Dude buried up in cypress knees. I couldn’t hold it either. He left cussing like it was my fault. Made it that much better.
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