Has anyone been kicked off a LR boat?

Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by stickbass, Apr 3, 2018.

  1. TUNA VIKING

    TUNA VIKING TIGHT LINES..............

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    JOHN
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    SOLD IT
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    That is awesome he clocked his ass.
     
  2. jigsaurus

    jigsaurus Member

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    Stephen
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    Haha, you got his rookie card with his stats or what?
     
  3. fishboy93

    fishboy93 Well-Known "Member"

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    Who’s hiring?
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    Sounds like a standup captain to me. It’s getting old being on a sportboat and having 10 guys in a circle on the back deck thinking they’re inconspicuous. Especially those local boats that’s have crew mixed into the circle with passengers. If you can’t not smoke pot for a 12 hour day then don’t go fishing or at the very least but one of those vape things so its not as obvious.
     
  4. Workplacesafety

    Workplacesafety Reducing workplace injuries and illnesses

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    Jeff Bruner
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    No offense here Bro. I'm just telling you, no matter how tough you are you wouldn't fuck with this guy back in the 80's. Got to trust me on this one.
     
  5. AKSalmon

    AKSalmon I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Bill Brown
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    Sold my Parker. You can find me on the Red Rooster.
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  6. fishkilr

    fishkilr on the water

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    alby
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    Call the coast guard .. confine someone to quarters.. don't let the perps fish... there are all kinds of deterrents without bringing someone's else's boat to the Mexican government and telling them there are drugs on the boat....
    The owner might never see his boat again ...
     
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  7. fishboy93

    fishboy93 Well-Known "Member"

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    When a person is fed up enough with drugs on the boat to make that threat the boat owner may deserve to lose the boat... sorry but no tolerance doesn’t mean some situational semantics are ok. Certain boats have had those stigmas throughout the years and you wouldn’t see a decent crew memeber on them because the clean cut guys aren’t going to put up with that BS for very long.
     
  8. fishkilr

    fishkilr on the water

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    alby
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    For a passenger who brought weed on a trip the owner wasn't on you think that owner deserves to lose the boat because the skipper he entrusted with his vessel is fed up??.... damn..
     
  9. Corndog

    Corndog Landlocked

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    Jason Jones ( Lone Shark)
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    This thread has me remembering the passenger that disappeared in the night years ago. .I think it was a couple fighting most of the trip. Memory is fuzzy to the details but nevertheless the reality of safety at sea. I like to enjoy drinks at sea. BUT it is important for everyone to realize the inherent dangers and why it's important for all passengers to keep mind alteration in check. That incident im sure does not apply the same as the discussion here. Some believed foul play but my point being it's awfully dark and lonely in a big ocean. Passengers should look out for one another and though it's nobodies desire or responsibility to babysit, a conversation versus abrasive fight might go along ways with "that guy" in regards to changing the choices that may lead to a ruined trip or worse...my 2 cents
     
  10. Buddha

    Buddha Member

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    Greg
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    I was the guy that actually won the jackpot. That fucking guy would not let it go. I finally told to stay the fuck away from me.
     
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  11. Rodless_Jim

    Rodless_Jim I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I've fished with a guy they called "Coach" on maybe three trips. He certainly made himself at home, and a couple of times he was quite a jerk. I can see him being the same guy, except for one thing: The guy I remember was nowhere near 6'4" nor 235lbs.

    The Guy I know insisted on fishing in just some very brief gym shorts, and sunning himself that way too.
     
  12. ripped

    ripped I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Man love Jim ?? LOL
     
  13. Rodless_Jim

    Rodless_Jim I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Bite your tongue!
     

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