Discussion in 'Sportsman's Paradise' started by lsutiga, Aug 27, 2011.
Open your legs.
On most things, ask tirk; however, when it comes to gigging flounder, Sensation is your man.
tirk doesn't have a gig and the only fish he's ever caught was in his science teacher's aquarium while she went to run off a few more study guides.
Ahhhhh " I see" said the blindwoman......I presume the fish are on top of the ice chests so they don't contaminate the booze on board? If that isn't frowned upon, I'm in. These fish must be um, not smart, I still don't understand why they don't just move outta the way....thanks for the visuals, I totally get it now
Please, with that little thing I'd never know if you were at the terminal or the gate......
Stop playing turtle and go catch a damn Turtle!
I wade. Never been floundering on a boat.
We got to all go froggin' !!
Well Igotcha two and speaking of little things, I got steve his babies. I put the pen to show how tiny then I figured (see next pic)
Lemme express this in terms she'll unda stand.
You ought to set up and aquarium and keep them for a while. I've done that before. They mess up the water fast though. it requires a little attention, but at least they're not like fish which would die in bad water. When you get tired of them...just turn them loose.
I used to get mosquito fish out the ditch with a dip net and throw them in there for food. but they eat hot dog pieces like crazy.
Snakes are a lot easier to keep.
Thought about it. There's a black dude I know who "raises" them. I saw him today and he said, "Put them in the back of my truck" cause he knows I hunt turtles. I've seen him receive several on Saturdays where we both go to this auction. I want to check out his set up first but told him I had two this morning and they were small.
Chickie, I almost had your "Rambo moment". Got within 15 yards (that's 45ft) of two yotes. They were pups and I caught them away from the den with mom not around, apparently. I had JUST put my .357 in a friend's truck cause it was raining. Went tell the property owner and he said his son had seen them too. This afternoon I had my .22 and of course, they were nowhere to be found.
I'll be the first to admit I know less than zero about turtles or much less how to catch a turtle....but those two have got to be babies and therefore I'm very disappointed in your efforts! I want to see you catch something thats actually dangerous, something that could bite your finger off.....Despite what you have heard from women, well "lemme express this in terms he'll understand" size absolutely does matter!! Go get a big one!
Wait you go to a turtle auction on Saturdays? In real life?
What's a Yote? Dammit I hate asking you questions, I did know 15 yards was 45 feet though, so I have that going for me....
Well of course size matters silly. The only people who say otherwise have tee tiny ding dongs.
I have a few pictures for you so stay with me here.
As for dangerous, here, feed your wild side. It's an amphiuma tridactyl. tirk, check my spelling please. Look closely behind the head and just before the end of the tail. You'll see some lil tiny feet. Three toes, hence, tri.
No, there's a guy who works at an auction that raises turtles. When he saw me he said that jokingly.
Coyote...nooo, not like Coyote Blues.
These fuggers won't interferre with me again.
Oh and I got another snapping turtle. About 6 lbs.
You proud of me now?
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