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Old Yesterday, 09:04 PM   #851
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Trout starts here this weekend....!
Been a few years since I have fished for trout. My dad and I used to go fly fishing a couple times a year. Still have out rods!
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Old Yesterday, 09:30 PM   #852
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Old Yesterday, 09:36 PM   #853
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My grandson tested the waters a couple weeks ago from the bank.
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Old Yesterday, 09:45 PM   #854
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Old Yesterday, 10:23 PM   #855
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Re: My Facetruck thread.

That is great Larry! I love it when I can get my son to go fishing with me.

If I don't catch any lunkers this Sunday, I may head down your way to have your grandson take me fishing.
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Old Yesterday, 10:35 PM   #856
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Re: My Facetruck thread.

His Great-Grandpa used to be a guide on White River, Bull Shoals lake.

The kids spend a lot of time on the lake in the summer.

We are building a campground for the Corps of Engineers on Bull Shoals Lake and the kids were going over to check on the job that Saturday.

My son in law said he happened to think about the fishing on the way over and stopped at Wal-Mart and got the rod.

Davis (My grandson) had a ball. His mom had to take a picture of every fish.
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Old Yesterday, 10:40 PM   #857
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That is great Larry! I love it when I can get my son to go fishing with me.

If I don't catch any lunkers this Sunday, I may head down your way to have your grandson take me fishing.
We have Beaver, Table Rock, Bull Shoals and Norfork Lake right here.

Come on down when you get retired and all that remodeling done.

If your into canoes and kayaks, we have the Buffalo River for floating.
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My grandson tested the waters a couple weeks ago from the bank.
He caught trout I tell ya, as long as his arm, it was. In my best Irish accent.
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One of my favorite old films is The Quiet Man with John Wayne and Maureen O'hara.
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We've watched it several times.
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We have Beaver, Table Rock, Bull Shoals and Norfork Lake right here.

Come on down when you get retired and all that remodeling done.

If your into canoes and kayaks, we have the Buffalo River for floating.
I have a cabin on Lake Fork in Texas. It is about 90 miles east of Dallas. I will be heading down there in a couple weeks.

I have fished a couple tournaments on Table Rock. It is a great fishery!
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Old Yesterday, 11:28 PM   #862
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I have a Lake Fork picture somewhere. I guess on my computer at the shop.

We are looking at motorhomes. I told my brother in law, the fisherman, the other day, we needed to run down to Lake Fork when I get the purchase done.
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Old Yesterday, 11:36 PM   #863
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I have been going down there since it opened in early 80's. Have a lot of good memories from fishing there!

My dad and I bought a cabin in '00 after they had a big bass kill off there. Wish we could of bought a couple more now.
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has mercedes, don't need no stinkin' truck

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Re: My Facetruck thread.

All the trucks got bought up by people who don't need them, leaving some poor unfortunate folks no choice but to find alternatives.

Trucks are used for just hauling people
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causing SUVs being used for 5th wheeling,
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and what trucks are left for work are being pressed into service long past their practical limits
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Old Today, 10:46 AM   #866
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All the trucks got bought up by people who don't need them, leaving some poor unfortunate folks no choice but to find alternatives.

Trucks are used for just hauling people
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causing SUVs being used for 5th wheeling,
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cars being converted to haul horses,
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and what trucks are left for work are being pressed into service long past their practical limits
Where did you post that picture of that old transport with the 55 or 6 Chevys on it that I said was from Arkansas.?
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Wink Re: My Facetruck thread.

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All the trucks got bought up by people who don't need them, leaving some poor unfortunate folks no choice but to find alternatives.

Trucks are used for just hauling people
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causing SUVs being used for 5th wheeling,
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cars being converted to haul horses,
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and what trucks are left for work are being pressed into service long past their practical limits
...I don't think the guy in that last pic is wearing his seat belt......is that legal?

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Re: My Facetruck thread.

I know! I'd say that truck is absolutely unsafe, but he is wearing a face shield after all.

Was that transporter in the hijack thread? Hard to say. Facebook hijack, what's the difference? Here are both. This first shot after careful chain-link alignment and the second corrected one with extra care given to alignment.
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Dang brutha. I think you should try aiming with one eye closed.
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