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Old 07-06-2015, 06:48 PM   #61
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Steven Wright also said that his home was burglarized and everything he owned was taken and replaced with exact replicas.
There was a lady recently said someone had been inside her home and wanted him arrested. Nothing missing but she knew he'd been there because the tv wasn't on Fox News and that's where she always kept it.
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Old 07-07-2015, 12:32 AM   #62
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Now you're talking about my mother in law. The next door neighbor sneaks in at night and steals her underwear. It always reappears miraculously which just proves that he snuck back in and returned it. Sorry, that is a bit off-topic.
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Old 07-09-2015, 08:47 PM   #63
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I was bbqing a bunch of fresh spot prawns on my boat last weekend, gave a big plate of em to the new slip owners next door, never heard a peep from them about the smoke afterwards.
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I was bbqing a bunch of fresh spot prawns on my boat last weekend, gave a big plate of em to the new slip owners next door, never heard a peep from them about the smoke afterwards.
Oh Yea

We went to Wells Bay shrimping a few weeks ago and slayed them!

Had a GREAT time!
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We were east of you and killed them too. Nothing better!
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We were east of you and killed them too. Nothing better!
I was very suprised so few people. We shared the whole bay with one other shrimper for three days. I guess its a long ways from anything.

First time anchoring in Wells Anchorage. If you've never been there, it's great in a skiff with all the tiny islands.
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Old 07-10-2015, 01:38 AM   #67
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Wells, Long, and Cedar bay are all great bays. Long has several uncharted rocks that can be sketchy, but all are beautiful. Wells is not bad halibut fishing either.
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LOL! I expect a similar call but my response will be, "No that's just my Volvos."
Good one me too

I wish they smelled as good as a BBQ
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Beer batter "butt" and garlic and butter smothered shrimp with an adult beverage.....Heaven on Earth!
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Beer batter "butt" and garlic and butter smothered shrimp with an adult beverage.....Heaven on Earth!

Now you stop that right now!!!


Dang swimsuit season....





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Beer batter "butt" and garlic and butter smothered shrimp with an adult beverage.....Heaven on Earth!
We just had Link Cod, Rock Fish, Halibut, and Shrimp, all cedar plank BBQ'd

All fresh, never frozen! A cullinary delight!
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Cedar planked bacon wrapped scallops.

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Old 07-13-2015, 09:45 PM   #73
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Damn! Are y'all doing that fancy "cedar planking" on the boat???
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Old 07-13-2015, 10:18 PM   #74
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We do!

We also cool our boiled shrimp with glacier ice
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Glacier ice! We have that!

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Glacier ice! We have that!

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Glacier ice is kinda nifty...

You see a piece of ice and you motor up to it...

Then you see that it's the size of a car.

Then you see a really really little piece of it

You motor up to it, with the admiral in the cockpit with the salmon net.

She nets it, and you come running.

You pull it on to the swim platform with a struggle...

And you realize it's bigger than one of those gigantic coolers.

So you beat the heck out of it with your trusty fish thumper.

After getting a couple small pieces to break off the admrial shows up with the hammer from your tool bag.

After a while of beating on this huge block of ice, you finally have usable pieces you can lift into your actual gigantic cooler to keep your fish cold.
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All this talk of food is making me hungry , when I bbq I have to have a cold beer to go withit , never had a complaint about that either
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Glacier ice is kinda nifty...



You see a piece of ice and you motor up to it...



Then you see that it's the size of a car.



Then you see a really really little piece of it



You motor up to it, with the admiral in the cockpit with the salmon net.



She nets it, and you come running.



You pull it on to the swim platform with a struggle...



And you realize it's bigger than one of those gigantic coolers.



So you beat the heck out of it with your trusty fish thumper.



After getting a couple small pieces to break off the admrial shows up with the hammer from your tool bag.



After a while of beating on this huge block of ice, you finally have usable pieces you can lift into your actual gigantic cooler to keep your fish cold.

That's actually really cool.

See what I did there? 😁
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You can get glacier ice from a floatplane, too. This is us getting ice for the cooler from the Le Conte glacier in SE Alaska on one of our first trips to the area in the floatplane.

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Great way to keep your fish and shrimp cool. Glacier ice keeps a lot longer too. I also like how it keeps a cocktail cool and refreshing.
What I don't like is those low profile black colored ones that is hard to see in the chop.
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