Who is "That Guy"

Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by Always-willing, Feb 11, 2015.

  1. RyanFlorida

    RyanFlorida Dorado Hunter

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    You find "That Guy" sawing logs in your bunk and your duffel bag on the deck, know where your bunk is and you wont be that guy
     
  2. lkatdpelicanfly

    lkatdpelicanfly Lizard Fish Slayer

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    There seems to a "that guy" on every trip, but there's only one "That Girl"

     
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  3. plj46

    plj46 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I fished with a "that girl" in September on the San Diego 3/4 day.She kept yelling "everyone step to left" all day long.She had no clue,there were 52+ people on the boat and no where to step to ! LOL
     
  4. Bondrvr

    Bondrvr GOT A CUSTOM ROD FOR MY WIFE,,,,GREAT TRADE

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    Was she hot ,like Marlo Thomas?
     
  5. plj46

    plj46 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Yes she was !
     
  6. Fish Asassin

    Fish Asassin one cast = one kill

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    " those guys" strech out and sleep in the galley so there is nowhere to sit. If you want to lay down, go to your bunk.
     
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  7. Creed

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    I saw "that guy" on a 5-day trip -- he complained to the captain that we were catching too many albies, so we left a hot bite and never had a chance to get in to the bluefin. He sealed his fate with the crew when he whipped out his bait knife and started to cut sardines on the rail. He was "that guy".
     
  8. BiggestT

    BiggestT I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Marlo Thomas was HOT!
     
  9. BiggestT

    BiggestT I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    That guy craps all over the seat in the head....and leaves it.
     
  10. terryc.

    terryc. Well-Known "Member"

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    Not to mention that guy who drinks way to much and is just plain obnoxious.
     
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  11. Bondrvr

    Bondrvr GOT A CUSTOM ROD FOR MY WIFE,,,,GREAT TRADE

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    I like THAT GIRL way more than THAT GUY.:D
     
  12. BiggestT

    BiggestT I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I looked up Marlo Thomas' bio on Wikipedia and she had a relationship with David Geffen. I met David Geffen. Sat with him at lunch at a Banker's meeting for the original DreamWorks SKG financing (I passed on it). Geffen is as gay as they come, which means Marlo probably took it like a gay dude. Poor girl. Father was Armenian, mother was Sicilian. Those beautiful Italian brunettes have a soft spot with me.
     
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  13. lkatdpelicanfly

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    Sounds like the captain on that trip was "that guy" for listening to just "that guy" and leaving a hot bite...
     
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  14. mullet

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    The guy that tells you how much to tip is "That guy"
     
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  15. finishright

    finishright Well-Known "Member"

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    you will not be that guy your new at the rail and already asking how not to be that guy there's so many good people that fish with lots of info just listen skip the 3 day go on a 5 welcome to so cal
     
  16. effigy

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    This particular TG has a lot of relatives. I met one of his cousins, a seemingly respectable character, smart fellow. But he has an enormous ego, and thinks that the standard rail rules don't apply to him. So while everyone else is working together, dropping in on the side & working back & around the stern, he just elbows into the middle of the stern, drops in over other lines, and causes tangles..... then acts all innocent..... like someone who broke wind but tries to play dumb & deny it.
     
  17. Elitetv1958

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    "That guy" tries to cut in line.... On the dock before we even board. Then whines to the captain that he can't get a good tackle box spot because too many other people came earlier than him.
     
  18. egarratt

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    I was on a trip 15 or so years ago. This guy has 10 beautiful matching rods, with 10 brand new nice reels, and one hot girlfriend who fished maybe 1 hour during the entire 5 day trip. Was a complete know-it-all, blah, blah, blah. We killed the albies, BFT, and this musician Bennett catches this beautiful Bigeye, something like 80 pounds..

    Back at landing, we haul all our fish up the ramp, spread them out, and Bennett doesn't see his Bigeye, until he nears the scale and there is "that guy", with "Ms. Thing", having their pictures taken with Bennett's Bigeye.
     
  19. falconer

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    Wow, pay $6K plus, to be on a 100 ft. long platform for two weeks straight with a guy with his undies in a bunch over a lighter? Hmmm... even so, Philligan has the correct attitude!
     
  20. AZTunaBaron

    AZTunaBaron Newbie

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    "That guy" does not know he is "that guy", so you're already doing something right.

    Just a suggestion, maybe reconsider jumping from overniters to 3day'ers. That is unless money is not an issue in your life. There are times when all of a sudden you've done all your homework, the past two weeks were incredible and the next two weeks are really good, but your trip ends up being the 3day'r where the fish get lock jaw, finicky, line shy, weather gets up or some other act of god gives you lemons.

    1.5 & 2.5'rs are good to go, full day(s) of fishing. I've found (ymmv) day 2 morning can often be a boat ride.

    I have found afternoons/sundown are much more productive.

    Good luck.
     

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