Viewing post #63682 by Rarejem

You are viewing a single post made by Rarejem in the thread called How about the one that got away?.
ImageRarejem
Feb 21, 2010 10:18 PM CST
Name: Julie Gair
South Prairie, Washington
Midnitedog wrote:

Joe being the expert fisherman announced that the knot I had tied broke, then he looks at me and smiles. That was pretty much the end of me for the day! I fell out of grace for the rest of the day. .


I hate it when that happens! I am usually the knot tier in our group, and one year salmon fishing I got really bad line cuts on my hands because of the cold, so I naievely just used the needle nose pliers to "tighten" my knots (we use pretty heavy line). Needless to say, the first two heavy hits, the lines broke right at my knot. I was in the doghouse and kicked off of knot duty for the rest of the day.... I feel your pain!

Janet, yours is a great story too! I am not sure if it would have been better or worse if you would have gotten the fish...........

Hate those lessons learned the hard way! Sad
You don't stop playing because you grow old... you grow old because you stop playing!

« Return to the thread "How about the one that got away?"
« Return to Fishing forum
« Return to the Hunting and Fishing cubit homepage

Hunting and Fishing

Hunters and Anglers from across the globe are welcome.

» Home
» Forums
» Articles
» Links

Cubit owner: UniQueTreasures

» Contact Admin: UniQueTreasures



Please keep in mind that there are dial-up and mobile phone users on the site. Loading up photos and avatars makes it very slow when threads get too long. Feel free to start a new thread for a new topic.
Please, do not copy or use photos posted to this Cubit without permission of the person posting the photo.


Browse All Cubits Databases



Please visit my other Cubits:
Artisan's Nook
Ancestry & Genealogy
Home Remodeling
Trash to Treasure
Frugality