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About jude

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    ISA Member & Master of Chug Buggery
  • Birthday 03/02/1963

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    Cherry Valley
  • Interests
    Smallies, pheasant hunting, fly tying, kayaking, bird watching

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  1. I have to be in Cherry Valley that day, so I should be there.
  2. jude

    Duplicating a $469 Swimbait

    Damn. That was impressive. Thanks for the link.
  3. jude

    Just Sayin'

    Hmmmm.... 2019 Blowout meal?
  4. jude

    Kish Outiing Date Change

    Cool turtle fight shots! I took Scott and his son Tristan upstream of Cherry Valley. It was pretty slow, but no-one got skunked. I picked up seven (all on the JudeBug), Tristan caught three, and Scott managed one. No real size in any of them. It was fun introducing some enthusiastic fishermen to the Kish. We got plenty of excercise.
  5. jude

    Kish Outiing Date Change

    Looking forward to meeting you too, as I've never met a palindrome with so many letters before. Not sure if I'll be fishing, but I will be there for the Country Breakfast.
  6. jude

    Kish Outiing Date Change

    Terry might be there too.
  7. jude

    Isn't It Funny...

    Looks like I should have bought some really nice golf clubs instead.
  8. Yeah...that logo is very well done.
  9. Isn't that a paddle in their logo? Hmmm...I guess it's an oar. Drift boats OK and Yaks not OK? Seems odd.
  10. jude

    New Member Intro

    Don't forget Terry. He lives up here too. Welcome aboard, Andy. Always nice to hear of another Kish Rat. Look forward to meeting you. Let's hope the Kish stays a little more stable this year than last. Look forward to meeting you.
  11. jude

    Too much time on my hands

    I may have to start using "Marco" when we go out to eat.
  12. You'll probably hook every one of those poor bastards.
  13. Definitely the top of a manhole section. Very often larger sanitary sewer lines run along creeks and rivers, since they are the lowest points. The surrounding can then be developed, with the sewer pipes running down towards the creek. Or a deer. It could be a deer.
  14. jude

    Too much time on my hands

    I'll second that.
  15. jude

    Fox Kayak Trip May 12th

    Leave it to Ed....