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  2. I'll ask the boss. I just dig the holes. If it weren't for my wife I would have house with a kitchen, big screen TV and a comfy chair. That's what I had when I met here. Not one picture or anything else.
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  4. Don't pet the bears!!
  5. Truth! Went to visit my buddy in Denver a couple Junes ago. Drove up to Boulder to fish. When I left his house that morning it was 67 deg and when I got to my fishing spot it was 34 deg. I was not complaining but holy hell was it cold.
  6. Its been pretty nice so far this year...Getting hot today though. Should be a good time to pick some Chanterelles.
  7. That’s for sure. I was watching a 4th of July parade in Leadville a few years back and it was snowing. I was heading there next week until the weather man said we were supposed to have temperatures in the 80s.
  8. That was 2006. I imagine you've only gotten better since then!
  9. Summer doesn't suck in CO. Go west young man!!!
  10. Makes me wonder how they did it. I can't hardly sleep if it's any warmer than 75.
  11. Thanks for the responses. I plan on getting one of these and see how it goes. https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/marine-metal-products-cool-bubbles-8-qt-insulated-livewell?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwObPreW-4wIVRr7ACh0-zQdcEAQYBCABEgJBb_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds#repChildCatid=12044&affcode=42&campid=1757576084&adgroupid=67599021726&device=c&keyword=010951861&Channel=pla
  12. You don't find that level of concentration just anywhere. I'm the Kevin Van Dam of fly fishing.
  13. I think I recognize that catfish area. Seems to still be more water than normal for this time of year.
  14. Yeah we always kept them in a five gallon bucket with an aerator and never had any problems. And I remember some very hot nights.
  15. An aerator and a wet towel over the bucket is about the best you can do. You really don't want to ice them or make them too cool or they'll die immediately when you throw them in the 80°+ lake water. As for the crappie....Throw them on ice as soon as you catch them.
  16. Dutch

    8 year Walleye

    Nice catching. We used to catch spring eyes in Flat Creek just above Pt 15 but it has been several years since that has happened. I think I may have lost that rod and reel. did it smell like garlic.😁
  17. Yep and in August had 7am. football practice, hauled alfalfa hay during the day, then went back to evening football practice. No one thought about it being out of the ordinary nor did anyone have AC.
  18. Have a great time! Looking forward to your reports.
  19. Well if I continue down this road with my arms and shoulders. I think the tackle and fish might be tl much for me to handle
  20. Heat index was 114 yesterday north of the lake. Haven't heard from any neighbors today. Suspect they all died. Heat index was invented in 1978. Since I was a kid many years before that, we picked up hay bales, fished, rode bikes and played ball in 100 deg heat. Can't do that anymore because of the heat index. Darn.
  21. The streets and lake roads here don't. No problems finding my way to the highway and back home. I'd like to see you navigate Truman or Mark Twain.
  22. It’s a photo you’d see spots
  23. I can see him, and everything around him clearly. Can you not? I can even see behind him.
  24. Keep you crappie on ice they will be better eating, also a a 1 liter ice bottle in your minnow water...also slip bobbers on the edge of your lights will double your catch
  25. Assuming it's Mercury. Gimme prices on.... Lower unit Tilt/trim assembly TPS sensor Vapor separator and hp fuel pump
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