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I took a 3 hour kayak ride yesterday

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The water in the lake was like glass and it was so easy to get around i forgot how long I was out. Ended up landing a 3lb bass that actually drug me around a bit. Instead of reeling I just let him wear himself out by dragging me. Took the boy out with me for an hour or so of it. It was a great day. Might as well enjoy it. In 15 days it could be snowing.

 

I know. Rats ass. Fock off

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That's great. Freshwater? I assume so. I was wanting to kayak. But if you kayak in the bayous of Houston. And yes, that's a thing. You have to dodge the dead bodies and the live alligators. And Judas, if you capsize? Your face will rot off from all the chemicals.

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That sounds boring, why were you not in front of a TV instead.

right. So is sitting in the woods waiting for a deer to step out at 7am in 10 degree weather. Im a glutton for punishment. I feel like were going to lose that ability in the next generation of kids that would rather hunt and fish on their device. Than do it themselves

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You coulda titled thread I Tortured a Bass for Three Hours Yesterday.

 

 

 

 

Also, kidding and a bit jealous as I was sitting in front of the TV.

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Sounds awesome, I've been wanting to buy one for a couple years. :thumbsup:

 

Don't go and buy a 3 pound bass, it is more sporting to catch one yourself.

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I heard that here in Colorado, the new nanny state, even the have a non-motorized watercraft like that, you have to have something like a million-dollar insurance policy to take it out on Sloan lake or any one of the others.

 

I hope to God I'm wrong about that. But honest to God would not surprise me given this place anymore.

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I heard that here in Colorado, the new nanny state, even the have a non-motorized watercraft like that, you have to have something like a million-dollar insurance policy to take it out on Sloan lake or any one of the others.

 

I hope to God I'm wrong about that. But honest to God would not surprise me given this place anymore.

 

Probably false, I did not have insurance on my last offshore boat. At least in Texas boat insurance is optional if you are not financing.

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Probably false, I did not have insurance on my last offshore boat. At least in Texas boat insurance is optional if you are not financing.

300K min. For motorized.

 

Crap, I didn't realize Sloan was only 8 ft maximum depth.

 

That's not a lake, it's a freaking reflecting pool!

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Got a few and a canoe on our small fresh water pond on cape cod, it's about a mile long, half a mile wide. Called scargo lake but technically a pond I guess.

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