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Old 05-26-2010, 09:15 PM
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Default Becareful with those snake stories...

born n raised, ore perhaps hatched in the south...them snakes taste alot like chicken and if they are that plentiful we could have a serious feast!

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Old 05-27-2010, 07:48 PM
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vern and giantfish stopped by sugarlands the other day to say "hi"...was nice of them and i say thank you

but you missed the big rattler on the nature trail behind the visitor center
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Old 05-27-2010, 09:46 PM
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Sam you just made life harder on me. We are leaving Sat, morning for the family vacation to gatlinburg, and the picture I took of that rattler has already made it hard for my wife to want to go hiking, now you you had to add another one! Could this be a shopping trip instead of Hiking? could it be that all the time I spent builfding a little 4pc 2wt that I can hide in a day pack was wasted time? I guess I could sneak off while they are shopping in Gburg and fish the stocked fish, just not the same! But man it would be fun to catch a big stocker on a 6' 2wt.
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