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Thread: A bad day

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    Angry A bad day

    What a bad day today i went fishing, it didnt start off too well, when i crossed the river Mrs Dundees line snapped about a minute after that i noticed that my lure was gone too, i started looking for it but inever found it when i tied it on i started fishing again and got it hooked on a overhanging log
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    so i walk down stream with my rod then i got a tangle at the same time!!!! What next? i went to cut it but i pulled a bit of line out and that got rid of the tangle, then i thought my luck was turning good so i tryed yanking the line and it came off!!! But then as soon as i casted again i got it snagged on a rock then it snapped
    so i walked right down stream and heres the awsome view
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    Then we headed back
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    then isaw Dundee with Bolt
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    then icrossed the river

    just after i turned the camera off i emptyed my gumboots and then i slipped over and my other gumboot fell in the river so i had to get that in my socks so i quickly got it just in time, walked up the hill and took the last photo
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    Nah it was a good day over 9lb of trout in the fridge
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    "Thats not a knife, this is a knife"
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    dundee give the lad a wee shot of the watties mate p-help him out of his misery.
    me-nup i went down the river too saw 70+ mallards(not pleased to see us)then chased a 100+mob of canadas headed onto a cockies farm.Ecstatic -I feel like a young dog in a pen full of horny bitches!
    yep that cockie thinks its xmas as the boys are throwing a wee party for those canadas tommorrow night.
    throwing is the action ;lead&steel is the product; and dead goose is the result!

    BUUUUUUURRRRRRRPPPPPP
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    Got to have the odd bad day otherwise there would be no good days to enjoy

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    SeN, days like that are what memories are made of.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Sean your day might of sucked yesty.
    "The worst day fishing is better than a good day at work" In your case it would be better fishing than at school!

    Got stung by a bee on my neck on way to river today that was bad.
    "Thats not a knife, this is a knife"
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    The good side of that is you only got stung once, not twice or more. That would have sucked

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    Chin up Sean, yip watching old faithful sail across the river only to be lost in a snag sucks... but life is full of lost lures, lost favourite hunting knives and tangled lines. It also has hooks in fingers hammers to thumbs and many other things that can make a day seem tough.

    But you have two parents sharing time with you, a beautiful place to fish and youth on your side.

    Enjoy the goodness of it all young fela your a weathly man.
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