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Old April 16th, 2010, 02:56 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
jeff
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Default nc bass - from the kayak

went to a favorite bass spot in eastern nc for the maiden voyage on my
new kayak and a bit of fishing. caught a bunch. saw deer, duck, geese,
quail...and some other stuff.

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Old April 16th, 2010, 03:02 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Default nc bass - from the kayak

bass...bear skull...carcass nearby, bones scattered about. bunch of
turkey vultures were on it before i drove up.

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Old April 16th, 2010, 03:12 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Default nc bass fishing - no fish here, butfound along the way to bassvalhalla.

deer...dead people. don't know if you can read the first marker -
rebecca cahoon, born 1780 died 1854. way out in the middle of nowhere,
nc. as fine a burial spot as a body could want. about a mile down the
gravel road is d. squire's marker. "died as he lived. a good man".

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Old April 16th, 2010, 12:26 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Default nc bass fishing - no fish here, butfound along the way to bass valhalla.

Nice pics Mr. Miller!

Did ya keed the bear skull? It would look great on the hood of your truck or
hangin' at the entrance to your fine home.

Op


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deer...dead people. don't know if you can read the first marker -
rebecca cahoon, born 1780 died 1854. way out in the middle of nowhere,
nc. as fine a burial spot as a body could want. about a mile down the
gravel road is d. squire's marker. "died as he lived. a good man".



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Old April 16th, 2010, 10:22 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
jeff
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Default nc bass fishing - no fish here, butfound along the way to bassvalhalla.

thanks mark... since i was on private property and didn't know the
story behind the thing i figured i shouldn't mess with it. the farm is
huge, and the owner leases hunting rights to a select group (i'm not
one)for a big fee....they kill a lot of bear, deer, ducks, swan and
geese on that property. i've no interest in the killing, just the
wildlife viewing (which is terrific), and the catching and releasing of
fish. i treat it like a little piece of yellowstone in carolina, and
don't remove anything...well, except, one very fine 8 pound bass i had
mounted. g

On 4/16/2010 7:26 AM, Mark Bowen wrote:
Nice pics Mr. Miller!

Did ya keed the bear skull? It would look great on the hood of your truck or
hangin' at the entrance to your fine home.

Op


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deer...dead people. don't know if you can read the first marker -
rebecca cahoon, born 1780 died 1854. way out in the middle of nowhere,
nc. as fine a burial spot as a body could want. about a mile down the
gravel road is d. squire's marker. "died as he lived. a good man".




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Old April 17th, 2010, 12:37 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Mark Bowen
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Default nc bass fishing - no fish here, butfound along the way to bass valhalla.

You obviously don't know the meaning of the word "keed."

One who "keeds," makes a plaster casting of partially de-fleshed bear
skulls--still attached to a length of backbone and spinal components.

Of course, you have to be prepared with the plaster casting materials,
without knowing when, if ever, you are likely to run up on a partially
de-fleshed bear's skull--still attached to a length of backbone and spinal
components.

Finished my Capstone Presentation today. Just gotta complete final exam and
I'm ready to take the walk on May 8th!

Hope to see ya soon!

Op

"jeff" wrote in message
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thanks mark... since i was on private property and didn't know the story
behind the thing i figured i shouldn't mess with it. the farm is huge,
and the owner leases hunting rights to a select group (i'm not one)for a
big fee....they kill a lot of bear, deer, ducks, swan and geese on that
property. i've no interest in the killing, just the wildlife viewing
(which is terrific), and the catching and releasing of fish. i treat it
like a little piece of yellowstone in carolina, and don't remove
anything...well, except, one very fine 8 pound bass i had mounted. g

On 4/16/2010 7:26 AM, Mark Bowen wrote:
Nice pics Mr. Miller!

Did ya keed the bear skull? It would look great on the hood of your truck
or
hangin' at the entrance to your fine home.

Op


wrote in message
...
deer...dead people. don't know if you can read the first marker -
rebecca cahoon, born 1780 died 1854. way out in the middle of nowhere,
nc. as fine a burial spot as a body could want. about a mile down the
gravel road is d. squire's marker. "died as he lived. a good man".






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Old April 18th, 2010, 04:18 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
jeff
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Default nc bass fishing - no fish here, butfound along the way to bassvalhalla.

g btw, congrats on the graduation and masters degree. i know how hard
you worked for it. hope it starts working for you now.

jeff

On 4/16/2010 7:37 PM, Mark Bowen wrote:
You obviously don't know the meaning of the word "keed."

One who "keeds," makes a plaster casting of partially de-fleshed bear
skulls--still attached to a length of backbone and spinal components.

Of course, you have to be prepared with the plaster casting materials,
without knowing when, if ever, you are likely to run up on a partially
de-fleshed bear's skull--still attached to a length of backbone and spinal
components.

Finished my Capstone Presentation today. Just gotta complete final exam and
I'm ready to take the walk on May 8th!

Hope to see ya soon!

Op

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Old April 20th, 2010, 01:38 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Charlie Choc
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Default nc bass - from the kayak

On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 21:56:18 -0400, jeff wrote:

went to a favorite bass spot in eastern nc for the maiden voyage on my
new kayak and a bit of fishing. caught a bunch. saw deer, duck, geese,
quail...and some other stuff.


Nice. What kind of kayak did you get?
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Charlie...
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Old April 21st, 2010, 01:13 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
jeff
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Default nc bass - from the kayak

On 4/20/2010 8:38 AM, Charlie Choc wrote:
On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 21:56:18 -0400, wrote:

went to a favorite bass spot in eastern nc for the maiden voyage on my
new kayak and a bit of fishing. caught a bunch. saw deer, duck, geese,
quail...and some other stuff.


Nice. What kind of kayak did you get?


An Ocean Kayak Trident Prowler...I think it's about 13'...sit on top.
has rod holders and tracks well. but, my butt hurt after 4 hours
despite upgraded seat. it's an adjustment...especially in organizing
necessary gear. still...hope to use it a good bit this summer.

Thanks for the link to your facebook photo site...terrific photos there.
where are you now?

jeff
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Old April 21st, 2010, 04:39 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Charlie Choc
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Default nc bass - from the kayak

On Wed, 21 Apr 2010 08:13:28 -0400, jeff wrote:

On 4/20/2010 8:38 AM, Charlie Choc wrote:
On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 21:56:18 -0400, wrote:

went to a favorite bass spot in eastern nc for the maiden voyage on my
new kayak and a bit of fishing. caught a bunch. saw deer, duck, geese,
quail...and some other stuff.


Nice. What kind of kayak did you get?


An Ocean Kayak Trident Prowler...I think it's about 13'...sit on top.
has rod holders and tracks well. but, my butt hurt after 4 hours
despite upgraded seat. it's an adjustment...especially in organizing
necessary gear. still...hope to use it a good bit this summer.

Thanks for the link to your facebook photo site...terrific photos there.
where are you now?

jeff


Got home Sunday, going through the shots I took and putting some on my web site.

I've got a couple of Wilderness Systems Rides, pretty similar to yours.
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Charlie...
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