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    Default It is with a heavy heart...

    I had the boat shrink wrapped yesterday, I think I felt a bit of a tear welling up... I did have the zipper door put in this year so that I can get her ready in the spring without having to remove the wrapping. It'll also allow me a quiet place to drink beer and reminisce the past summers catch. The guys came out to the house and did a great job as usual and was happy to hear that the prices remained the same despite fuel costs.

    Tight lines and bloody boats,
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    I wrapped my boat too.....Killed a six pack of beer! (Don't tell anyone but......I think I cried.)

    These next month are going to take for ever.
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    OH MAN, WAAAYYY TO EARLY!
    things are just getting fun out there. just think of all the winter kings you will be missing, let alone all the lonly nights on a snowy PW Sound.
    Look at the bright side, you wont be worrying about the weather, wont be shoveling the boat out, wont worry about what could freeze up, dont have to worry if the heater is going to faulter.
    Just setting around drinking beer while some of us will have to suffer and still go out and have some fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBrown767 View Post
    It'll also allow me a quiet place to drink beer and reminisce the past summers catch.

    You caught fish this Year???????????????

    Sad, just sad! My eyes are getting wet...................

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    Default Fish

    It was a terrible year but I still have over 400 lbs of fillets in the freezer. I had almost 500 lbs at the end of last year and we depleted our "stash" by January. We'll have to be more gentile on our accumulation this year but we'll still be fine.

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