Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by Fishybuzz, Jun 8, 2019.
Thoughts and prayers for a successful surgery and speedy recovery Jim!
Sorry to hear that!! Wow! Hang in there Jim . Gods speed..
Oh jeez, the last time we talked he was feeling good and making plans to go fishing again.
Hey Jim, remember that triple albacore strike to end the trip about 15 years ago? Get better and let's do it again!
Had sent jim a text ! He replied back yesterday evening saying he’ll be okay and getting a bypass on Tuesday! God speed Jim!!
I had no idea, thanks for posting.
Get well soon Ranger
Damn why is it always the good guys?
Hope surgery goes well and you have a solid recovery. Good luck brother.
Damn good Man right there. I look forward to fishing together again. Good Luck Jim!
Jim is one of the guys that helped me become a better fisherman.
Still need some more help Jim, looking forward to future advice . Get well soon.
Damn it! Keep us updated!
I will .....
Mutual friend Joe paid Jim a visit this morning.
He’s still on schedule for a CABG on Tuesday. (Google that)
Jim is one of the nicest, kindest, most generous people I know, never mind anglers. Feel better soon sir!
Jim and I first fished a day and a half trip together in October of 2004. It just sort of took off from there, more trips, longer trips. “Nickels, Dimes and Quarters” Proud to call him my friend.
Wishing a speedy recovery
Heal up fast Jim. Thoughts and prayers are with with you and your family.
Jim is one of the nicest people ive ever met. Stand up and just an awesome person. Hes checked up on me when ive been going through health issues myself.
Thank you fishy for sharing
His wife just called me....Surgery has been postponed till tomorrow....fingers crossed.
Good luck with surgery and a speedy recovery.
I don't know whether I "like" this post or not, but thank you, David, for the update.
Must not like something they see in his vital signs, so they are cautious and give it another day. Keeping Jim in my thoughts through out this event and recovery.
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