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August 24, 2016


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("Thanks" to Michael Herold, DaninDallas and Emily, Leslie and w)


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Jeremy Wade could tell the story better.

"I was terrified he was going to try to reel me in."


Of course, the size of the catch was greatly exaggerated.

now they call him bait master

(& snork @ 'fly fisher')

& That's *NOT* a MORAY

All about that bass?

He would have been a heck of a lot better if the fisherman hadn't tried to gut him.

must've had allure

"I told you it had a mind of it's own"

"Son, that's why they are caller hook-ers"

"What kind of bait and stich are you pulling?"

Things the swimmer never heard.

I had a similar situation come into the ER when I was working there. If any of you blog guys want a detailed explanation on how we removed it, just let me know.

@ ligirl-it will be a while before he can return to being a master baiter.

Swimmer---that is not the hooker you are looking for.

They both need to take good care of their rods.

Wow, the fisherman sure pulled a boner..

Fish, or cut bait!

Some things are a "a well-accepted pastime in Germany", but I'm nearly certain, other things are not.

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