46 shorts, 4 legals...bug opener

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by "Shoe", Sep 30, 2018.

  1. Jones-White

    Jones-White Well-Known "Member"

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    Ali can we please get a "panties in a bunch" emoji?
     
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  2. gonzo25

    gonzo25 GOT A BIG ONE

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    Haters, bitches, and crybabies WTF
    The title makes it pretty clear what the story is about, if you don't like reading them why are you?

    op... i wish i was more like you, i know how to measure bugs and would have gone toe to toe with the asshole just because. Just because i am an asshole too and i have had lessons from the best. I envy you.
     
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  3. Old Blue

    Old Blue Newbie

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    And yet...…….
    here you are, farting up the joint !
     
  4. Paul7060

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    Just doesn’t sound fun
     
  5. gonzo25

    gonzo25 GOT A BIG ONE

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    OP your not out or the woods yet just because it started right up. Yes that is a good thing, it isn't welded together like a loss of oil would do. Over heating due to lack of water causes other failures.... check the oil and look for any water in it, if it ran for very long pull the plugs and look for one with some water on it or one that is much cleaner than the others, after the motor has warmed up look for any steam in the exhaust... make sure it has warmed up because this can happen normally due to condensation when the motor isn't warmed up, it is an indication of a blown head gasket Cracked block, cracked head, blown head gasket or a warped head are common with over heating. Head problems are less likely if they aren't aluminum, Just a heads up,( no pun intended ) lets hope for the best. good luck.
     
  6. the SLIDER

    the SLIDER https://multimediabylj.com

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    Bugging if fun. Lots of maneuvering when Han Solo.

    Go full screen and you'll see stuff.
     
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  7. i snag for food

    i snag for food Well-Known "Member"

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    X2
     
  8. muletrain

    muletrain Well-Known "Member"

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    Thanks for sharing
     

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