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Re: Hi to July..

Post by Jay » 26 Jul 2018 10:46

Interesting photos Hits, and how lovely to have a couple of you. You look well and happy - obviously the new job is suiting you. :2thumbsup:
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Post by Ryan » 26 Jul 2018 10:50

Great photos, Hits. You look like you're having a good time. Congrats on the job. :2thumbsup:
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Re: Hi to July..

Post by Dutchy » 26 Jul 2018 20:10

:lol: nice relaxing..

Remembers me... Was at my friends house in Holland and he keeps my old rod there, so when I visit I can cast a line. Had been fishing that day and he came home from work... Catch anything...? The neighbor was there too and she replied for me.. Yeah, it was a good healthy day for him, he didn't even have time to light a cigarette.
It was like : Put on bait, cast, pull, take off the fish ( as soon as the line settled in the water, a fish was on), put on some bait, cast, pull and take off the fish. That went on for about two hours there were so many fish in the bucket (most too small to eat), I set them free and read a book to relax...

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Re: Hi to July..

Post by Hitsumei » 30 Jul 2018 04:09

Thank you, Jay, Ryan and Dutchy!

My new job is starting on Monday, but I celebrated in advance with fishing. ^^

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I'm glad you caught a lot of fish with your friend. :)

Last Friday, I went to Cunningham Falls Lake, and caught two fish. The fish identification was a bit uncertain, so out of precaution, I released them, but apparently, the first one was a large rock bass (which legally I could've kept), and the second one was a plump largemouth bass (that I definitely had to release).

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