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Discussion in 'Fishing' started by bgkyarcher, Sep 19, 2020.
Stop being a sissy!
Ouch. Brings back memories. I was giving the wife crap yesterday about hooking me back in spring.
That deer head was covered in seed ticks. I pulled three off my belly today, and another one off my ankle. I sprayed the garage around where I was working on it. Washed my clothes in hot water, and my sheets. They are vermin.
You fishing with @Nock wife?
So no feedback or comments on DW’s buck? The amount of blood we found would barely fill a shot glass. It was bright red “lung” blood. But very little of it. That deer ran out of there 14 hours later like a rabbit. I believe he will live. Thoughts? Always open and welcome comments.
Not a lot of blood. I guess you were too late to see if it had air bubbles?
There wasn’t enough blood to have bubbles.
Hard to get excited when you can't find more blood than a paper cut.
Sounds like there was more blood in my hands that what you found
Yes. Which is why I’m thinking he will live.
Stay off of your damn leg old man! Don't screw with that!
Buy a damn cheap beagle or walker. They will run the air out of that one lunged sob.
Lmao! When my wife and I first got together we was wading a creek. Already waded a mile or two to best spot, she was on one side and I was on the other. She caught a nice largemouth and wanted me to cross creek and unhook, I told her we was in best hole on entire creek. Needless to say she tried to grab back and unhook the rebel crawfish. She started screaming and I look to see fish flopping and hook buried in her thumb.
After trying to remove it we went to dr’s office. When she came out I asked her where my bait was... she hasn’t liked me since and that was 28 yrs ago.
It's funny that you say that. I kneeled down on a Rebel crawfish when I was 8 yrs old. One hook in my knee and one in the carpet. My dad had to cut the hook and push it through. Still have that damn lure too.