"That Guy" roll call

Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by Elitetv1958, Mar 11, 2017.

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  1. Steve K

    Steve K Hey, I'm gettin' bit...

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    "the other arrogant/ignorant/inexperienced anglers..."

    So if there are others, are you one of them?
    Man, is your glass ever half full?
     
  2. jer dog

    jer dog Fishing is life

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    Gerry
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    Steve what about the Guy , that gets up Real early Every morning
    and he Goes And Takes A Health Dump first thing
    and He Takes 20 Minutes in their
    but the rest of us half to Smell it For Hours Later
    is he that Guy, LOL
     
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  3. okie man

    okie man Well-Known "Member"

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    kerry way
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    im sorry!
     
  4. Let em eat 74

    Let em eat 74 Well-Known "Member"

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    Kevin
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    It's better than the guy who takes a healthy dump right before you eat dinner!
     
  5. FishRock

    FishRock I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    JAM
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    I guess that I do imagine them working a fish up and down the rail etc. Since I am a youngster on the trip at 55 I figure that it is only polite that I let the more senior anglers have it a little easier at 10 pm after a long day of fishing. I will be their age soon enough (if I live that long) and would hope that others might offer me the same consideration. If not I will be OK with it. All personal choice but the golden rule seems to work in most every situation that I have encountered in life. Though I have not been in a life or death situation yet.

    Tight lines!
     
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  6. joelocalguy

    joelocalguy Newbie

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    That's not "healthy".
     
  7. SlideRight

    SlideRight Just Fishin'

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    Lew
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    As 39 year 'veteran' I may never be able to take another LR trip, but after reading these posts I am somehow comforted - OATMEAL!!!!o_O
    Enjoyable thread none the less
     
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  8. Bill W

    Bill W tunaholic

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    Bill Walsh
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    Gee, you would think if we all ate the same food it would all smell the same.
     
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  9. Fishybuzz

    Fishybuzz fishybuzz

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    David Tang
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    Some have better plumbing than others......
     
  10. $norkle

    $norkle Well-Known "Member"

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    In my dreams!
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    Fishability has very little to do with age. It's more a matter of physical condition and mental awareness. Some guys can't move and others simply don't care to. We sometimes have to live with this on a boat as best we can-----Satchel Paige said "age is a question of mind over matter---if you don't mind, it don't matter." Great anglers and assholes both come in all ages.
     
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  11. AndyJ

    AndyJ Well-Known "Member"

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    Andy Jakubas
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    Classic

    Sent from my SM-G900T using Tapatalk
     
  12. okie man

    okie man Well-Known "Member"

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    kerry way
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    those chilli dogs on the angler can tear up a toilet
     
  13. Workplacesafety

    Workplacesafety Reducing workplace injuries and illnesses

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    Jeff Bruner
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    Oatmeal?
     
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  14. speyman

    speyman Iron Chucker

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    Carnation (Seattle)
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    jack-e
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    it doesnt even get to not moving when i am following a fish.... What about 20 'that guys' who wont move their feet and lead their f---ing sardine?... what the hell?

    All i want is to lead my own bait until bit..... get the f--- out of my way!!!!!!
     
  15. SlideRight

    SlideRight Just Fishin'

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    Lew
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    Yep, 'Oatmeal' (post #149)
     
  16. fishkilr

    fishkilr on the water

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    The reason for this is many guys have fishing tunnel vision and don't realize that where their line enters the water is not even close to where their bait or their hanging fish is....
    Visually imaging what's happening underwater which of course is not visible is a skill(to me one of the most important in fishing) that comes with experience or at least proper instruction and is the main reason for tangles and lost fish..
     
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  17. speyman

    speyman Iron Chucker

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    of course it's not like the crew doesn't share that detail........ over and over
     
  18. speyman

    speyman Iron Chucker

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    of course it's not like the crew doesn't share that detail........ over and over
     
  19. kbray001

    kbray001 Well-Known "Member"

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    That Guy - posts a title on bd that the 'RP is on fire.' I panic click the link and the dipshit is talking about how good the fishing is. Hahaha.

    Like someone else said, that guys posting privileges should get revoked!
     
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  20. RockHopperNCKA

    RockHopperNCKA Well-Known "Member"

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    Dustin
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    Do kayaks count?
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    No doubt. I've only been on one 2.5 day trip, but the very first words out of the captain's mouth were, '90% of this type of tuna fishing is picking the right bait'. He then went on to explain what constitutes a nice bait and there were still a dozen people at a time dickin' around with stupid (or I guess smart) baits that just wanted to hang out around the boat.

    Dude, get a new bait and when it takes off, follow it!!
     
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