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Old 01-27-2008, 10:18 PM
 
Location: In The Outland
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I have only been in 8 or 9 bars in my whole life, high brow or low brow I have no use for them at all. I would rather be towing a large crankbait or spoon behind my electric kayak, picture link below.

Picasa Web Albums - Rick - not in bar
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Old 01-28-2008, 12:13 PM
 
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rickers wrote:
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I have only been in 8 or 9 bars in my whole life, high brow or low brow I have no use for them at all. I would rather be towing a large crankbait or spoon behind my electric kayak, picture link below.
you are a lot better off - just go easy on the fish
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Old 01-31-2008, 09:28 PM
 
Location: In The Outland
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Holy smokes I'm afraid to eat fish anymore, it all seems to have a bunch of mercury anymore. I won't even eat tuna on a sandwich either, I substitute sardines ! I do still eat a bit of perch from these lakes but not much. I'll also eat small trout from little streams but no more big fish for me. I like to catch any kind of fish but usually I release them right away The last few years all those smallies that got into the Lower Flathead River have gotten pretty big and they are really fun fighters! Rooster tails and crank baits work good if you can find out where they are hanging. I've seen them basking in backwater areas by the hundreds.
I sell Cobra Kayaks and My "Tupperware Trawler" is kind of a demo unit all pimped out for fishing. But it's not just for showroom display, I show it on the river to curious boaters who want to get a better look at it. I plan on putting another one together in a year or two but right now I am working on another possible business project that is diverting most of my attention.
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Old 02-01-2008, 02:52 PM
 
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rickers, I haven't eatin' any local fish for quite sometime. Especially trout from the larger rivers, I think they are a lot more valuable in the river than on my plate. And I really wonder about eating the fish in the Clark Fork these days especially with that dam project going on these days.
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Old 02-01-2008, 09:40 PM
 
Location: In The Outland
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Hey Joe I don't know if you like canned tuna, but I used to love it untill it got "dirty"
Try this, it's a really good snack
1 can of Resses boneless,skinless sardine fillets in olive oil,
8 to 10 Ritz crackers, (or more) !,
1 clove of garlic,

Remove skin from a clove of garlic and cut an end off, place a cracker on a flat, clean surface and rub both sides of the cracker with the garlic clove fairly hard without breaking the cracker. Repeat this step untill all the crackers are well garlicked up !
serve on a plate along with the sardines. Try not to get too much of the oil on the plate while placing the sardines.
Either put pieces of the sardines on the crackers or eat seperately.
Another option is to mash the sardines into a paste and spread some on each cracker.
Do this just before serving so the oil on the sardines don't make the crackers soggy.
They are freaking addictive !
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Old 02-02-2008, 08:15 AM
 
Location: In an alternate universe according to some, AKA Aspergers
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I used to eat sardines and crackers for lunch when I was in high school, did it so much a teacher finally asked me to either stop it or find something that would remove the smell from my hands etc.
Seems the soap in the bathroom wouldn't do the trick.....
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