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In an effort to protect the fish that you are after it’s very important that you follow these trip report guidelines. It doesn’t matter that others have been forthcoming with information that has shown you the way, it’s your information now and it’s your responsibility to protect these fish at all costs. There are currently gangs of poachers using web spiders to scour the internet in search of the fish you catch. As soon as they have your information they will descend upon your river/lake and rape it of all resources. Next time you go all that will be left are the remnants of a few filleted fish bodies and carp.

1.       Never ever let your smartphone capture you’re your GPS location. This is not only important for the fish that belong only to you but it will keep the NSA from tracking you down as well.

2.       Never mention the body of water you are on. You found that spot on your own and built your own access to that spot so nobody else deserves to fish there. Ever.

3.       Never mention the lures you are using. Exceptions include the ned rig, binks spoon, HD craw, whopper plopper, A rig, homemade subwalk or a common streamer that you gave a really cute name.

4.       Never ever talk about your tactics. You figured that all out on your own and nobody needs to know that.

5.       All photos should be grip and grins only. It’s about your ego, nothing else.

6.       Make sure the backgrounds of all photos have been removed. Remember you are the only one that can stop the poachers.

7.       Keep your skin covered at all times.

8.       Be aware of identifying logos on the clothes you wear. People with binoculars are watching.

9.       Don’t forget to talk about how big your fish was and how easy it was for you.

10.   Always remember that this is a public forum. The information you share can and will be used against you.  

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Hilarious!

It reminds me of a group that  continually breaks all 10 of those rules.

Then when somebody from outside the group stumbles upon their waters and posts a report, they do everything but threaten them with death. 

Hahahahaha! :D:lol:

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2 hours ago, Flysmallie said:

In an effort to protect the fish that you are after it’s very important that you follow these trip report guidelines. It doesn’t matter that others have been forthcoming with information that has shown you the way, it’s your information now and it’s your responsibility to protect these fish at all costs. There are currently gangs of poachers using web spiders to scour the internet in search of the fish you catch. As soon as they have your information they will descend upon your river/lake and rape it of all resources. Next time you go all that will be left are the remnants of a few filleted fish bodies and carp.

1.       Never ever let your smartphone capture you’re your GPS location. This is not only important for the fish that belong only to you but it will keep the NSA from tracking you down as well.

2.       Never mention the body of water you are on. You found that spot on your own and built your own access to that spot so nobody else deserves to fish there. Ever.

3.       Never mention the lures you are using. Exceptions include the ned rig, binks spoon, HD craw, whopper plopper, A rig, homemade subwalk or a common streamer that you gave a really cute name.

4.       Never ever talk about your tactics. You figured that all out on your own and nobody needs to know that.

5.       All photos should be grip and grins only. It’s about your ego, nothing else.

6.       Make sure the backgrounds of all photos have been removed. Remember you are the only one that can stop the poachers.

7.       Keep your skin covered at all times.

8.       Be aware of identifying logos on the clothes you wear. People with binoculars are watching.

9.       Don’t forget to talk about how big your fish was and how easy it was for you.

10.   Always remember that this is a public forum. The information you share can and will be used against you.  

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Hahaha....other than 3 and 5  I would say Hell yeah perfect hahaha

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3 hours ago, Flysmallie said:

In an effort to protect the fish that you are after it’s very important that you follow these trip report guidelines. It doesn’t matter that others have been forthcoming with information that has shown you the way, it’s your information now and it’s your responsibility to protect these fish at all costs. There are currently gangs of poachers using web spiders to scour the internet in search of the fish you catch. As soon as they have your information they will descend upon your river/lake and rape it of all resources. Next time you go all that will be left are the remnants of a few filleted fish bodies and carp.

1.       Never ever let your smartphone capture you’re your GPS location. This is not only important for the fish that belong only to you but it will keep the NSA from tracking you down as well.

2.       Never mention the body of water you are on. You found that spot on your own and built your own access to that spot so nobody else deserves to fish there. Ever.

3.       Never mention the lures you are using. Exceptions include the ned rig, binks spoon, HD craw, whopper plopper, A rig, homemade subwalk or a common streamer that you gave a really cute name.

4.       Never ever talk about your tactics. You figured that all out on your own and nobody needs to know that.

5.       All photos should be grip and grins only. It’s about your ego, nothing else.

6.       Make sure the backgrounds of all photos have been removed. Remember you are the only one that can stop the poachers.

7.       Keep your skin covered at all times.

8.       Be aware of identifying logos on the clothes you wear. People with binoculars are watching.

9.       Don’t forget to talk about how big your fish was and how easy it was for you.

10.   Always remember that this is a public forum. The information you share can and will be used against you.  

tylersun1_edited-1.jpg

 

 

Exactly what I’ve been sayin:lol: 

except I don’t know how to type. 

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