Hey Meanie! Remember this one?

Discussion in 'Work Safe' started by CaddmannQ, May 19, 2017.

  1. CaddmannQ

    CaddmannQ .308 Supporter

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    This is a thread for old photographs and old memories. This one was first posted (at another forum) 3 years ago, come next week.

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  2. Scoop

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    Cadd, I went back to Hoolieboard and found that ^^^ pic. I really miss those guys. I joined in Aug '10 specifically to play in the photo scavenger hunt. I'm still passing out my business cards I won that season!

    Here is my first entry for points on Aug 15.
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  3. CaddmannQ

    CaddmannQ .308 Supporter

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  4. meanstreak

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    Yes sir. That is me.
  5. Bvhawk

    Bvhawk Copper BB

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    Isn't that a huge paddlefish?
  6. meanstreak

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    It is actually a paddlefish, also called a spoonbill. It is a prehistoric member of the catfish family. That one weighed 55 lbs. 100 pounds is not unusual in the lakes around here.
  7. CaddmannQ

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    Meanie, I think a hundred pound catfish could pull us around in my little boat for about 2 hours.

    I've caught some big old carp but the only catfish I ever caught were little babes about 2 to 3 lb.
  8. meanstreak

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    Cadd, a fish pulling a fishing boat would be as green as it gets. We have big carp in the lake as well. When I was a kid in Missouri we used to catch Carp. I have not caught one since, but see them in the shallows all the time.

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