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Stonefly 04-30-2008 08:45 PM

Lost net
 
If anyone should find my net I'd appreciate hearing from you. Lost it last week on Lynn Camp Prong. Also a floatant container and a water bottle. Don't ask. I'll just say it sucks to get old.

sb

Barbara 04-30-2008 09:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Steve Baker (Post 51978)
If anyone should find my net I'd appreciate hearing from you. Lost it last week on Lynn Camp Prong. Don't ask. I'll just say it sucks to get old.

sb

Yeah, but getting old beats the alternative...:biggrin: I hope someone finds and returns your stuff.

milligan trout degree 04-30-2008 11:10 PM

There's also a lost cell phone floating through the s. holston. last seen off big springs road. If you find it, you can have it. ;)

ttas67 05-01-2008 08:37 AM

I found a pair of glasses on the clinch yesterday, carried them around on me with the intention of posting them as "found". unfortunately, I lost them myself somehow. guess they didn't want to be found.

hope you find your net....

WearEmOut 05-01-2008 10:15 PM

Besides the net....
 
How did you do on Lynn Camp Prong?

Stonefly 05-02-2008 09:04 AM

I fished poorly both days. I fear I'm too old for the mtns.

sb

WearEmOut 05-02-2008 09:16 AM

You are....
 
never too old! I'll be up there this weekend. I'll keep my eyes open.:eek:

Jack M. 05-02-2008 04:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Steve Baker (Post 52008)
I fished poorly both days. I fear I'm too old for the mtns.

sb

I would like to say this is a refreshingly unusual bit of honesty from an angler, but I think rather you are being a bit hard on yourself. I like to blame my poor results on the fish and conditions rather than myself. :redface:

Brian Griffing 05-03-2008 10:20 AM

I love fishing with my brother, because I can always blame poor results on him. "Oh, I let him fish upstream from me." Or "Well, I was really out there to show him the spots." Or my favorite, "It was about to get good, but Todd had to leave."
It would never dawn on me to blame the mountains, when I have a perfectly good patsy on the stream next to me.

Barbara 05-03-2008 11:07 AM

It's the rocks
 
Steve,

Blame the rocks. Last night several of them conspired to trip me. Then as I fell, 2 more leaped under me so I would fall on them instead of soft gravel. I did not get a single strike out of that run and it was those rocks!!

Thank goodness it is raining this morning and I have an excuse to rest my rock bruises. It isn't the mountains or our age, it's those ROCKS!:mad:


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