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User: samf
Comment: yeah you brought a spinning rod.
Date: 11/04/13 07:53 PM

User: shawneramone
Comment: We weren't on the water. This is getting weird. Can we talk about rods or something?
Date: 11/04/13 04:43 PM

User: pocketfisherman
Comment: Hey, what happens on the water STAYS on the water, d'oh!!!
Date: 11/04/13 04:27 PM

User: shawneramone
Comment: I believe Sam's first words Saturday morning were "I didn't wear long johns"
Date: 11/04/13 04:25 PM

User: samf
Comment: for the record, i said nothing about his underwear.
Date: 11/04/13 03:02 PM

User: meat7gtk
Comment: Is it from the "Skid Mark" collection?
Date: 11/04/13 02:46 PM

User: shawneramone
Comment: I was gonna post pics. Is that weird?
Date: 11/04/13 02:38 PM

User: pocketfisherman
Comment: I can't believe you guys were talking about Shawn's underwear :-)
Date: 11/04/13 02:18 PM

User: muskiebigfish
Comment: Great Job on your P.B.!!!!!!
Date: 11/04/13 01:33 PM

User: don51
Comment: Nice outing! Congrats on the PB!
Date: 11/04/13 07:21 AM

User: bloomagoo
Comment: Rich, it's "hey" not "hay". And only a superhero or vampire says "hey, I was in the cape last weekend".
Date: 11/04/13 06:35 AM

User: shawneramone
Comment: The great Stratos has speaked
Date: 11/03/13 09:13 PM

User: samf
Comment: and no one says "hay" except for horses
Date: 11/03/13 09:09 PM

User: samf
Comment: yeah yeah yeah...typo
Date: 11/03/13 09:08 PM

User: stratos1966
Comment: It's "on" the cape, not "in " the cape. get it right. No one says hay I was in the cape this past weekend. 0 stars
Date: 11/03/13 09:06 PM

User: shawneramone
Comment: I don't wear the traditional long johns anymore. I like the base layers made from moisture wicking material. The last ones I bought were Made by Champion at Target for like 10 bucks
Date: 11/03/13 08:23 PM

User: lhpsnd
Comment: Nice job guys. Shawn - since we're on the topic of layers, what brand of long jons do you recommend? I've had good luck with fruit of the loom. Thanks, Joe
Date: 11/03/13 07:57 PM

User: shawneramone
Comment: Mine are heavier than Sam's but i still have to wear a lot of layers. I get cold easy
Date: 11/03/13 06:02 PM

User: samf
Comment: Oh yeah i forgot the jig. Mines columbia bit its light weight. I need a heavier one.
Date: 11/03/13 04:46 PM

User: stump
Comment: I can tell you. sweat pants and sweat shirt, got soaked and frooze. Time to hit Bass Pro $$
Date: 11/03/13 03:55 PM

User: shawneramone
Comment: Thanks Stump. Mine is the Bass Pro shops pro qualifier rain gear. It's expensive but totally worth it. It's gortex so it's waterproof, windproof and breathable. I don't know what I did without it before.
Date: 11/03/13 03:45 PM

User: stump
Comment: Like I commented on one of the photos. I need to get some new fall gear. You guys are sporting some nice threads! ;)
Date: 11/03/13 03:41 PM

User: shawneramone
Comment: I've had a few on the lipless since the water temps have been falling. The 40' was the first. There's no doubt that learning and getting better is what it's all about and I credit it to fishing with all of you guys. Sam has no fear of deep water and fishing with him all summer has helped me gain confidence. The only thing that I was bummed about was that I didn't catch a smallie
Date: 11/03/13 03:33 PM

User: pocketfisherman
Comment: You've had a few firsts this year and that's what it's all about when fishing. Getting better or learning more from each trip out! I've only ever caught 1 fish on a lipless crank, but I never throw it. Will try to be doing it more in the future.
Date: 11/03/13 03:24 PM

User: shawneramone
Comment: I don't know anything about finesse. My first fish was on a 3/8 jig n pig on 15#test. Next two on lipless cranks. It was pretty awesome catching a nice bass in 40' hopping a lipless crank. That was a first
Date: 11/03/13 03:17 PM

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