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Canoe / Kayaks Thread, jrh and i slumming in the red canoe in TribeNwater Boats; with no expectation this past weekend i knew i would return to work monday accomplished. saturday jason(jrh) made the journey ...
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Old 01-19-2009, 05:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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jrh and i slumming in the red canoe

with no expectation this past weekend i knew i would return to work monday accomplished.

saturday jason(jrh) made the journey south to the banana river where talk of tying flies soon turned into a mutual decision to go fishing. the wind was cranking out of the north so we slipped my old red canoe into a merritt island canal.

30 minutes of fishing resulted in 2 baby redfish before brandon discovered us...proclaiming his chores were done and he was aloud to hang out for the evening. we loaded the canoe on the truck and it was back to the house.





after cleaning up a bit we headed over to fish mount ken's house for a couple drinks and looked over his bass inventory. aaron dropped by to say hi...from there the wife joined us and we headed to the black tulip for some dinner and a band. the food was good and the music was exceptionally cool. we only had a few drinks knowing that the next morning we were meeting apollobeachsam and his friends for a paddle up the banana river into the no motor zone.

morning brought some great coffee, clear skies and no remnants of the night before's wind. we met sam and his entourage at kars around 8:00am.

the group headed north in search of the skinny water club.





all of us found a few fish and but none of us connected with a hero. i was a little disappointed getting two great shots at 20 plus pound black drums with no commitment from either. the ride home was long and almost straight into a crappy south south east wind.





















a few beers and some creative paddling made the ordeal a little more bearable.









i had a relaxing time with a good bunch of people this weekend. brandon sorry you couldn't make the paddle, hope your grampa gets better soon.
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Old 01-19-2009, 07:37 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Toe the line Jason and you will stay tight
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Flipping sweet guys. Makes me want to redo our old canoe and get her back in the game.
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Had a great time Derek.... thanks buddy!
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Looks like a nice trip. I need to pull the motor off the Gheenoe and make a trip up there...

By the way I dropped off that old piece of Dock wood on Sunday... if you did not notice.
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slumming it rules \m/ great pics!
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loads of fun, good times with friends, nice fishes, great report!!
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I can only imagine what that goofy feak of nature
must do to the center of gravity in a canoe.
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Jason's tall but not real skinny ( except for his biceps ) , he's got enough *** you keep that canoe steady if he's in the middle .
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