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Offline JackJ

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Lets everyone introduce or re-introduce ourselves...

New members let us know how you found the site!

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Re: Seasoned Members feel free to re-introduce yourself too!!
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2007, 05:59:17 AM »
Hey my name is scott (crab) crabtree. Im an Electric Motor repairman. I like fishing,football,nascar ,collecting lures and love my familly. I have a wife and 2 daughters that think Im crazy! ;D I live in Southern Ohio. I love surfing the fishing forums. The Baitmonkey is my friend. I have a bunch of long distance fishing buds like George,Carter,buzz,G-man and a bunch of others. If I can help anyone with info let me know!
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Re: Seasoned Members feel free to re-introduce yourself too!!
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2007, 04:55:30 PM »
hi im todd from virginia. i mostly trout fish but like reading everyones bass catchn stories here.

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Re: Seasoned Members feel free to re-introduce yourself too!!
« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2007, 04:41:08 AM »
Man! Talk about late to the party????.

My name is Scott and I am an Electron Transmission Specialist. (figure that one out?)
59 years old, 1 wife, 2 daughters, 5 grandkids, and one very active 80 year old mother!
While I will admit to not being very good at it my passion is bass fishing. Largest ever; 8 pounds even.
My main fish holes are strip pits and small state lakes in Indiana and Kentucky. Larges bass so far this year; 3.3 pounds.

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Re: Seasoned Members feel free to re-introduce yourself too!!
« Reply #4 on: May 25, 2007, 08:51:19 AM »
Brian James, I live in Whiteland, IN.  I grew up down near Crab though in Southeastern Ohio.  I work across Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, and therefore get to fish in all three states throughout the year.

WAR

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Re: Seasoned Members feel free to re-introduce yourself too!!
« Reply #5 on: May 25, 2007, 04:31:46 PM »
Hello I am George or crankbait I am 66yrs. old , retired and try to fish every day if posssible, love to fish for anything that wiggles and fights.

Bass, crappie, trout, catfish and my latest type of fish to fish for is carp found a honey whole on one of my favorite lakes, and me and a friend in the last 3 trips have caught nothing less then 15 lb carp and the biggest was 28 lbs.

Carp are not a glmarous as bass , and crappie but at the sizes we are caughting they can pull and tug very hard breaking so far 17 lb. test line, if you try to horse them.

We take our liquid refreshment and comfortable chairs and just cast out and fish tight line and relax, some dough baits we have tried or
Strawberry jello with dough, Power baits Corn and Strawberry, so far the hottest bait is Wheaties and Vanalia extract with garlic power ....

Best part of Carp fishing only 45 min. from the house and hardly no gas used.

George

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« Reply #6 on: May 29, 2007, 04:44:53 PM »
I bet catching those big ol boys are lots of fun Crankbait.   Wish we had some around here I could catch.

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« Reply #7 on: June 04, 2007, 12:20:38 PM »
My name is Crossbow from CB's Hawg Sauce. I am 46 yrs old and love to bass fish & hunt them old white tail deer. Been married to the same woman for 26 years now and still going strong. Well only cause I can't sell her cause no one will take over the payments...LOL Have two great boys one is 25 and the other is 20. Gesh this is making me feel old now.. ;D I am glad to be a part of Jack's board as he is one of the best people you could ever meet.

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« Reply #8 on: March 18, 2008, 10:58:33 PM »

   I'm new here..Just wanna say Hi to all..You guys are so COOL..What I like from this forum is that you are very helful and give more information we need..I think I'm gonna stick here..Anyway,I'm planning a trip this summer in Lake Mateos Mexico for largemouth..I'll try my luck on their fish tournament.. Does anyone know about fishing at lake Mateos Mexico? Is this fishing camp any good? Aztec?pls click below if you have some tips,I truly appreciate..thanks
         http://www.aztecfishingtours.com

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« Reply #9 on: March 19, 2008, 09:06:31 AM »
Welcome aboard Mikefish08
From: Missouri

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« Reply #10 on: March 19, 2008, 04:02:34 PM »
Ola!, mikefish08!

Do they have any of those worms Roland Martin used down there? They called them ScrewWorms several years back.

Later! Looking foward to reading your posts.

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« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2008, 06:31:51 PM »
Welcome Aboard!   :)
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Hi my name is Matt. I live in CT. I'm a retired union carpenter. Married and have 3 kids and 12 grandkids. Love to go fishin for large mouth bass. I'm in 3 local bass clubs and fish most weekend.

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Hi my name is Matt. I live in CT. I'm a retired union carpenter. Married and have 3 kids and 12 grandkids. Love to go fishin for large mouth bass. I'm in 3 local bass clubs and fish most weekend.

Welcome aboard! This is a great place to be.
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Welcome Mat.
12 grandkids? It must be fun around your house come Christmas!
Sounds like you do a lot of fishing. Feel free to let us know what your favorite lures are.

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The welcome mat is out to welcome Matt ::) ;D
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Welcome Aboard, Matt!    :)
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Welcome to the site Matt!

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Matt: "Welcome Aboard" Comin' @ U Live Fr. "ALAMO TOWN"* Until Next Time, "May Your Water Be Calm, & Your Stringer Full"*, "Take Care" L8r. James,"VATO LOCO"  :crazy345  8)  :boat  :bass

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      I love cat fishing but any fish will do

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Welcome Channelcat! Nice kitty ya got there!
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channelcat: Where's that  :boat  :bass You Caught  ??? "Take Care", L8r. James,"VATO LOCO"  :crazy345  8)

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Hi , my name is pete fyfe i live in aberdeen on the east coast of scotland & work as a material co-ordinator on a gas production platform for a drilling company in the north sea . My favourite fishing is sea fishing from either the rocks or beach , favourite fish -- sea bass ,cod , flounder , turbot & pollack . I will be coming to america to visit my sister who now lives in west virginia in february and would dearly love to catch some freshwater bass , as i have seen some tv programmes and it looks like great sport .
I have asked her to source a fishing guide for me but would like a bit of information on tackle used , technique & venues etc. so i don't arrive completely clueless . So hello all and any info would be very gratefully recieved . cheers :D

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Welcome Greatbiglug ;)
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Welcome Matt,Channelcat,and Pete! From Da Crab!
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