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dragonslayer (CA)

Was born to fish and destined to die with rod in hand. Am a multi-species angler that will fish for anything with fins as time, space, and season allow. For more adventures go to www.thefishinglife.com

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  • A cool cat
  • posted on Aug 29, 2013
  • strange yet true tales of musky - We are fishing last week and my partner hooks into a nice musky that he brings boatside and starts to figure eight under the boat. His sunglasses, which had been giving him problems all day, finally fell for the last time...
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  • R.I.P George Riddell
  • posted on Jul 6, 2010
  • It was only by coincidence that the newspaper wound up on my desk today, the sports section crumpled and folded on page B22, the obituary page. While still hopefully too young to see the familiar faces of my contemporaries, the image of an old man with gr...
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  • LIFE
  • posted on Mar 24, 2010
  • I read this somewhere and thought it was worth sharing. « Life is a jest and all things show it, I thought so once and now I know it » (John Gay, English sporting poet) ...
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  • dad and tarpon
  • posted on Nov 24, 2009
  • I'll never forget the day my father died. It was over fifteen years ago and I remember it as though it happened yesterday. He had been operated for a colostomy, the cure for the bladder cancer he had been fighting unsuccessfully for the last six years. T...
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  • we will remember
  • posted on Nov 11, 2009
  • They shall not grow old as we who are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them ...
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  • THE BEST ALARM CLOCK
  • posted on Sep 5, 2009
  • Quite by chance came the discovery, a few days ago, of a new tactic to catch muskies that did really not involve much work at all. No casting of oversized baits on heavy rods, no boredom of speed trolling lines all over the lake, covering every square inc...
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  • OPEN LETTER TO BOUNTY COMMUNITY
  • posted on Feb 24, 2009
  • A few thoughts about our community. What a great community we have! And this from the rank-and-file all the way to the Bounty administration. As a member of Bounty since August 2007, I have witnessed the growth of the community, not only in numbers, but ...
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  • PROVING A POINT
  • posted on Jan 7, 2009
  • While most successfull anglers spend a fair amount of time extricating hooks from the maws of fish, the less fortuitous onces such as myself, find themselves in the embarassing position where we wind up taking more hooks out of ourselves than we do from f...
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  • the tao of japanese bass
  • posted on Dec 5, 2008
  • The task was simple enough. In fact, I had done it many times before with actually screwing up, as I knew how things worked around here. The success of the mission had become a moral imperative, an act of international diplomacy with potentially far-reach...
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  • SOUNDS I LIKE
  • posted on Nov 22, 2008
  • Fishing is a sensory experience and there are certain sounds we experience while fishing that often trigger a Pavlovian reaction in the human brain. These sounds often become associated with pleasurable experiences and can often trigger neurochemical chan...
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  • OF FISH AND MEN
  • posted on Nov 5, 2008
  • I ONCE READ SOMEWHERE, the singular fact that fish appeared on earth at least 495 million years before the first human beings. Now if one pauses for just a moment and ponders the implications of this staggering statement, perhaps one of the first thing...
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  • ANCIENT CHINESE PROVERB
  • posted on Oct 20, 2008
  • The following is an anicient chinese proverb that I want to share with all of you. How to be happy - and stay that way If you wish to be happy for an hour get intoxicated. If you wish to be happy for three days get married. If you wish to be happy f...
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  • OPEN LETTER TO BOUNTY
  • posted on Oct 4, 2008
  • Dear Bounty, A few thoughts about your website. Firstly, I must congratulate all of you for finally creating a network for fisherman all over the world t share ideas, stories, and of course, pictures. I love this website!It is the "fishbook" of cyber...
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