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    Ever go ice fishing?

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    #2
    I went fishing while speedballing once. We jokingly said that we were "ice fishing".

    It was summer time.
    Last edited by TheRabbit; 11-06-2015, 07:38 PM.

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      #3
      There I was, 8pm on a Friday in December. The roads were slick and my city car could only get about a mile from the pond where the steep hill started. As we got to the pond,I hacked out 3 holes with my tomahawk in the thick 6" ice. The wind was whipping and freezing everything over. Within seconds liquid turned to ice, our beer frozen solid. We gathered some wood and haphazerdly started a fire on on the ice dumping white gas recklessly to keep it going while trying to thaw our beer and warm our bodies. After a couple hours, we had enough and returned to the warmth of the city.

      Never impulsively ice fish.
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        #4
        Saw a guy by pikes landing trying to drill a hole in the ice.
        Me"what ya doing?"
        Idiot" can't break thru this dam ice"
        Me" your in the parking lot asshole"

        True story.
        Bigger the Government, the smaller the Citizen.

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          #5
          Originally posted by rover View Post
          Saw a guy by pikes landing trying to drill a hole in the ice.
          Me"what ya doing?"
          Idiot" can't break thru this dam ice"
          Me" your in the parking lot asshole"

          True story.
          That would be a good day for me. I love catching people doing stupid shit.

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            #6
            Oh hell, come up here, everyone's doing it constantly. It's the Land of Confussion.
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              #7
              It's funny that you say that, rover.

              Tonight I went to the deli down the road to get a couple of pizzas. They have an entrance and and exit in the lot. Many people go in through the out door. I'm used to that, but tonight when I pulled in, there was a toyota truck sitting in the entrance, broadside. My wife was with me and I said "what the hell is this jackoff doing?" I honked the horn. The truck pulled forward about 5 feet and turned slightly. Then they backed up to the same spot. The driver just kept looking over at me. Finally, the driver backed up a bit more and I stomped on the big ass turbo diesel and drove around the toyota. I drove around the building to my normal parking spot.

              I started to walk into the store and stopped to look at the toyota, because it was still just pulling up slightly and then backing up slightly. This went on for nearly 10 minutes. We were watching from the door of the deli. The toyota finally backed up to one of the gas pumps. The passenger got out and started washing the back window of the cap that they had on the bed of the "truck".



              One thing I noticed was that they had Alaska plates on the truck. I told my wife that they probably just weren't used to dry pavement.

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                #8
                I used to ice fish every day for many years. Not in the summer months, but in winter. It's pretty boring unless you have a fish finder. It does get exciting the five times a winter u land a huge fish. My feet are wasted now from years of being frozen. We went in shitty home made ones. Not the ones with tvs. And nice warm heaters.

                Usually by mid Feb. The shack would smell like a cannery and be littered with beer cans,pop cans ,jigs, and dried up minnows.

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                  #9
                  What colour were the plates?
                  We have about 37 options now.
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                    #10
                    -also, a lot of the Air Force people stationed up here will change their permanent address to Alaska, no state tax or city tax, PFD every year, and such...
                    If they were real Alaskans the plates will be expired.
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