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Old 09-21-2018, 08:46 PM   #31
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I question the validity of the complaint. How many people here would pull up to a boat and chastise them because of something they read on here? I'm betting zero. They might point and say, "Hey look! There's that asshole from the thread on the PFF." That's it.


I get called that all the time
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Apparently every port in the Great Lakes has one charter boat named 'Reel Addiction'. I'm guessing charter boat captains on all three saltwater coasts are equally imaginative in naming their vessels.


It's probably up there in popularity with the "Master Baiter".
I think this was pretty imaginative. Tryin' Hard's wife had a little bit of hesitation with this one, but it turned out great!
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That's hilarious^^

My daughter asked if we were gonna name my 1989 16' jon boat that I have previously written about here. I told her that we were gonna call it the S.S. Shitbird. It made her laugh her head off and damned if the name hasn't stuck.
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Old 09-23-2018, 10:36 PM   #34
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If I ever get another one, I'm going to steal from Huey Newton..MyOtt .
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Old 09-24-2018, 09:05 AM   #36
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I think this was pretty imaginative. Tryin' Hard's wife had a little bit of hesitation with this one, but it turned out great!


I still dont know how that got passed her.... several less controversial have gone back out the door empty handed!! Lol. Must been meant to be
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I still dont know how that got passed her.... several less controversial have gone back out the door empty handed!! Lol. Must been meant to be
It's a completely appropriate name.

Since that time, had a flat three miles from home and couldn't get the tire off (seized nuts and stripped bolts), then the axle broke five miles from home, and I had to drag it off the road and that damaged the hull some (but Triumphs are pretty easy to fix...LDPE hull). After replacing the axle et. al., discovered cross-members on the verge of collapsing too. Then it took me months to figure out how to lift my boat up safely to get the weight off the trailer, then get around to actually doing it. There was bit of a fiasco at getting the custom cross-members fabricated which took a couple of months.

Then there was the t-top that I had to modify and have re-welded. Waited for months for a local t-top shop to "fit me in" and uphold their end of our trade (goods for service). Finally gave up and found a young welder who came to my house and welded on the new feet for $75.

All in all, I was out of the water for over a year!

Yep, my salty bawls.
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