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Old 05-26-2008, 07:44 PM
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well back home from the fishing trip. Friday woke up at about 0200 (that's AM) not because I was excited to fish for 4 days I either had food poisoning or the stomach flue. I finally cleaned out enough about noon to make the trip, 150 Miles. got to the lake and unloaded in between storms, out for maybe 30 minutes on fri. got up around 0800 on sat didn't feel any better fished maybe 3 hours in between storms. up around 0700 on Sunday fished All day, up at daylight on mon. fished until one of the carburetors on the boad died and started flooding the engine, and the wind started blowing so we packed up and left. all total we caught 23 keepers and a bunch of throw backs.
I will unload the camera and see what my wife got pics of. if any good ones I will upload them.
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I don't know about that, my average day is 3 hours and that includes a daily inspection washing the helicopter and all my paperwork. and I am on salary (with overtime if I get called back in) so I am done for the day. that is hard to beat. when I woke up Sunday I thought it was Friday, I was that sick. I drove most of the way to the lake on Friday and don't remember most of the drive.
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I don't know about that, my average day is 3 hours and that includes a daily inspection washing the helicopter and all my paperwork. and I am on salary (with overtime if I get called back in) so I am done for the day. that is hard to beat. when I woke up Sunday I thought it was Friday, I was that sick. I drove most of the way to the lake on Friday and don't remember most of the drive.
and you wanna give all that up to work on ranch equipment why?



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and you wanna give all that up to work on ranch equipment why?



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Bart, Did you fish up in Nevada at Alamo? Glad your home safe. Yea that food poisoning isn't fun. I ended up in a Las Vegas hospital once from it. I was so sick the EMTs transported me in from Pahrump. I was so sick the EMT just gave me a big plastic bag and said let it come. She was an RN that worked in Vegas, & lived in Pahrump an volunteered as an EMT. I hope I never get that sick again.
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Alamo lake, it is about 30 miles North of Salome, about 30 miles strait Southwest of Bagdad.
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Salome, did someone say Salome? That's my winter retreat home. I can hardly wait to get back down there.
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why would you stay in Salome? just go north 30 miles and live on the lake, now that's what I'm talking about right there.
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MN has over 10,000 lakes and I live across the street from one of them. It's a good lake for fishing and water skiing and even is very popular for ice fishing. We have the benefits of all the birds and animals. I wanted a different place, desert, mountains and in the middle of no-where. I traded my apple trees and riding lawn mower for for citrus trees and 4-wheelers.

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i think AZ has 10,000 gallons of water! ha ha, let us know when you are in the state again.
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i have a lake in my backyard...no swimming, no skiing, dont drink the water or eat the fish

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