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Old 02-22-2005, 03:44 PM   #21
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buckytom is right up my alley. I was going to ask Bang if he was inviting all of us to come along. I love to fish. Shall I bring the grill so that we can cook all the big ones that we catch?.

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Old 02-24-2005, 11:14 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by ronjohn55
Time for fishing?? Yep, guess it is pretty soon. TIme to get the batteries on the charger, (Time to put on the new prop :roll: ) get the reels restrung, the engine tuned up, and all the goodies loaded back onto the boat.

Also have to get a new wiring adapter, since the new truck has the big 8 pin connector, and my trailer only has 4.

Bang, what lakes do you usually head out on? I'm usually on Belleville and the Detroit River.

I like to fish Lake Erie when I can get on it. I don't have a boat so I depend on friends to take me out. However I do have a canoe. I often shore fish for cats and carp. Lots of fun and very relaxing. I live about 100 yards from Wolverine Lake. Its a good bass lake and there are some walleye in it. I fish for cats at night from the bank. Lots of bullheads in the summer. I am trying for a Master Angler bullhead and carp. I have caught some big ones.

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Paul and I have our first fishing trip planned for the second weekend in may. He makes the best trout ( camp fire cooked)! YUMMY. Can't wait.

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