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Discussion in 'MISSOURI RIVERS TALK' started by DWB, Mar 24, 2007.
This is a great story guys....
I really enjoyed that one... Thanks for posting it..
great story.thanks for sharing.:cool2:
i think i would have went after the fish then went back and got her thats probally why i am noy married
Thanks for sharing the post with the big cat....
LOL, good story....but this is a no brainer guys.... The wife always comes first. Or at least I would hope so. Sure would like to get Wolfman's opinion on this one. Kind of makes me wonder.:confused2:
Great Story. I told my wife, She'd still be hangin from those pilings. :big_smile: Then I clarified, Honey, I know how strong you are, and I knew you posess the mental and physical fortitude to hang onto that piling for days, let alone 30 minutes while I catch this fish. I just knew you were safe there on your perch. :embarassed: Uhhh, can I take out the trash? Wash The Car? Go Fishin? :roll_eyes:
Being divorced, I have no problem making that decision.:wink:
Being married to the right woman and making the wrong decision, alot of guys would be divorced soon there after. But imagine having a record like that, and have to pay alimony to go along with it!
Thanks for sharing a great story. And I like the fact that the fish is still alive and can be viewed by hundreds of people. I want make any comment on what I would have done because I'm tired of sleeping in the Dog House." I'm the Boss in this house and I have my wifes permission to say so".:smile2:
Sometimes a mans gotta do what a mans gotta do!
And (tounge in cheek) I must say I was surprised to read he was using one of the cheap $30.00 Wal-mart rods instead of those fancy rods people pay $80.00 to over $100.00 for... guess that means a pinto is just as much a car as a Cadillac. LOL
Hmmm...decisions decisions....hmmm...hold on gimme a minute..