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1. The primary purpose of expensive fishing lures is to separate a fisherman from his wallet. Attracting fish is secondary.
2. 7 out of 10 misplaced lures will eventually be found in someone's thumb.
3. Most lures fall into one of two categories: (1) The lures that a fisherman swears he swears by and that he will generously share with you, and (2) The ones that he hides because they really work.
4. The reason the spoon is such a popular lure is it's versatility, which allows an angler to successfully go after a large variety of fresh water and saltwater fish, and in a pitch it will also function a primitive beer
can opener when the pop-top breaks off.
5. Lucky Charms cereal will work as well as some of the most sophisticated flies. Especially the marshmallow hearts and stars.
6. Not only can you use lead shot in rattling lures so that they make noise and attract the fish, but, if you are not currently entered in a tournament, you can also put shot in the fish themselves just prior to putting t
he fish on a scale to impress your friends.
7. Ideally, the best sinkers are wide enough and heavy enough to knock out a large fish so that he floats unconscious to the surface and you can avoid all the mess and fuss normally associated with reeling him in.
8. A grenade can be useful when trying to free a snagged lure.
9. When on a fishing vacation, always remember: No matter what the locals will tell you, and how much they charge for the tip, the only guaranteed places to find fish are listed in the Yellow Pages under "Fish Markets."

Sorry just a little bored.:D
 

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How can you be bored, nice weather,blue water,white sand and some great fishing and probably no one to go fishing with,I wish I was in youe shoes,maybe some day soon. TRIGGER:cool:
 
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