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Old 12-29-2008, 09:55 PM   #1
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Hey fellas went out fishing Friday and didint have any luck with the pomps, but while I was out there the dude to my left turned his back to his second pole and something pulled his pole into the water. Well after he left I spoke to the guy and he seemed bummed about his pole, but I ended up catching it on my second cast after I took over his spot. Not sure is the guy is a member here but if you are I have your pole and if you PM me we can meet up so I can give it to ya cause I know I would be pretty sad if I lost one of my setups.
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Old 12-29-2008, 09:57 PM   #2
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It says YankeeFisher but that is a Southern gesture..It could of happened to anyone..Hats off to you Sir and I hope he gets his stuff back clap
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Old 12-29-2008, 09:57 PM   #3
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Thats funny I heard about this guy losing his pole and all but for you to catch it is amazing...hahaha.
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Nice job on the snag! I'm sure the guy will be happy to have it back.
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Old 12-29-2008, 10:04 PM   #5
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Yankeefisher56 (12/29/2008)Hey fellas went out fishing Friday and didint have any luck with the pomps, but while I was out there the dude to my left turned his back to his second pole and <U>something pulled his pole into the water.</U> Well after he left I spoke to the guy and he seemed bummed about his pole, but I ended up catching it on my second cast after I took over his spot. Not sure is the guy is a member here but if you are I have your pole and if you PM me we can meet up so I can give it to ya cause I know I would be pretty sad if I lost one of my setups.
So Did a big fish come with that pole??

You are a good guy for tring to get his gear back to him:clap
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Old 12-29-2008, 10:06 PM   #6
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Dylan (12/29/2008)It says YankeeFisher but that is a Southern gesture..It could of happened to anyone..Hats off to you Sir and I hope he gets his stuff back clap
Yea I'm as Yankee as they get, but still a man and when it's all said and done every good deed will come back around. I'm an avid fisher and if I was lost a pole I would be like a kid who lost his puppy. The least I can do is attempt to try and find the guy and return his property.
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Old 12-29-2008, 10:08 PM   #7
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Hydro Therapy 2 (12/29/2008)Thats funny I heard about this guy losing his pole and all but for you to catch it is amazing...hahaha.
Yea lets say I was not to happy to not land a fish all day, but land another dudes fishing pole. Maybe my kindness will gimme some luck next time I go fishing lol
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Old 12-29-2008, 10:11 PM   #8
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Yankeefisher56 (12/29/2008)Hey fellas went out fishing Friday and didint have any luck with the pomps, but while I was out there the dude to my left turned his back to his second pole and <U>something pulled his pole into the water.</U> Well after he left I spoke to the guy and he seemed bummed about his pole, but I ended up catching it on my second cast after I took over his spot. Not sure is the guy is a member here but if you are I have your pole and if you PM me we can meet up so I can give it to ya cause I know I would be pretty sad if I lost one of my setups.
So Did a big fish come with that pole??

You are a good guy for tring to get his gear back to him:clap
You know what to be honest when I reeled his pole in I didint even pass my mind to hand reel the rest of his line in. I just cut the line rinsed it off and kept it near me. I should have cause from what I heard from the dude he thought it may have been a redfish.
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That's a mighty fine gesture. Hope u find him.
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Old 12-29-2008, 10:44 PM   #10
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Whew, when I read the title of the post, I thought Joe Z was missing.oke
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