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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by mikeskywalker, Sep 10, 2008.
We descovered this while scouting a log jam.....
Looks like a stump to me. You should have played ROCK,PAPER,siccors to see who goes in to look.:crazy:
Thats what happens when when people steal my spotoooh:
Going out in canoe in morning to investigate.....
I will never fish on the same river as you, you can have itoooh:oooh::wink:
There ya go Steve! Make em part of the structure and bait at the same time:smile2:.
Maybe to many beers.
i would bet that it is a stump
Welcome to the BOC from So.Alabama
That is the Racoon river, right on the edge of downtown Des Moines, so it could go either way.....lot of crime on the citys edges "spots getting stolen":smile2:
looks like a stump to me.
yaa its a stump.. get a stick and prod at it 2 c if you can move it
I think it is roller blader #6 that tried to steal Steve's spot. oooh: He didn't had a chance in hell. You should have seen the way Steve stuck him!!!
I vote it is a skull because I want it to be one...
Mike, when you go out there, let me know what you find... I would like to have it either way. I might take a chainsaw out and cut it if it is a stump!!!:wink:
what happens in iowa stays in iowa:smile2:
get a stick and prod it,lol
how many have done that same thing and ended up in trouble.that should be a foxworthy you might be a redneck joke,lol
i voted skull. but because it would scare the crap out of ya if it was lol. investigate. i sure would have.
Can't be a skull. Looks as if jaw is still attached. Jaw would come off during decomposition. Stump!
I suspect its something natural that just happens to look "skull" like.
However if it was in my fishing hole, I'm not sure I'd want to know.
Looks like stump to me. Also looks like a prime spot to put out a few live bluegills and pull out a monster Flatty!:smile2:
It could be a skull.. the fish and water critters could have eaten most of the flesh off and the cartilage could be still holding the jaw on if it has not been there very long.
The bottom jaw does seperate from the skull but only when the cartledge has either rotted away or is eaten away.