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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ozo, Sep 16, 2012.
Great job Carl.
That's the 'rubber bass' that is on my trailer ball.
It plugs in to the trailer harness, and the eyes light
up red and the whole fish wiggles when you step on the brake.
Grandkids bought it for me at BassProShops.
That's kinda what I was figuring, either that or Carl spend the last few days trying to PhotoChop it in proportion to the big guy..
That was one of those singing bass he took off the board and the whole time he was holding the thing, it was singing "take me to the river" "put me in the water"............
You guys are too funny, you know I would not pull your leg. Just ask Josh. He'll set you straight. DD, I'm surprised at you, you were there, I don't see how you could have missed the tournament, unless you were playing that musical instrument
Sure Carl, you wouldn't take up for Josh.....
[trigger job on 1911 comes to mind....]
Uh-O, kinda forgot about that. He did, and a good job it is, I am so pleased. Haven't shot any yet but will give a range report after my TN trip, first week after Thanksgiving.
That one was a fighter! Took me all weekend to fight it in on that 2 foot pole..
That big bass pulled Josh into the water twice but he didn't give up.
Wait a minute, Carl. I sent you that picture but something seems amiss. The fish, the fish, it seems to have, I don't know, EXPANDED, or something.
George, that's something that happens in Ga. I can remember catching 10 lb Bass that fought so hard, they would lose over 9 lb before getting them in the boat. I think Josh just reversed the process.
Adah had to jump in and save him......
Why do you think Josh adores that dog so much ?
Adah to the rescue..........
On her way to save Josh.
Good girl !!!
She caught more stickfish that anyone.