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Old 09-06-2005, 09:50 PM
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i have a real nice anchor line from top knot that is like 3/4 inch. . both times were to pull someone off a sand bar. the other time was this guys brother

oh yea I remember that one except there was about 400 ' of line involved one yellow deck boat and about ten people to get that boat out of the water... i mean mud The big guy always gets to help pull boats out of the sand
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thats true Brad . . there was more than one anchor line involved in that extraction but the fact still remains . . .it was still a Spicer. certainly was a nother great moment in "Woodtick boating history"
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Old 09-07-2005, 09:03 AM
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not anymore . . .
. . . who da ya think docked there this weekend
I was on the trailer. You could have been docked in mine for all I know.

But I am gonna try and get back in for one last PIB blast Sunday (lake permitting.)
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You could have been docked in mine for all I know.

i did dock in your slip . . . . . i told Ed i re-painted your boat an was delivering it
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Old 09-08-2005, 02:29 PM
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It's all fun and games until fund gets charged for transient docking.

You gonna be out Sunday??

I'm either launching mine or riding with RedDog.

I fixed a couple keel dings (from previous owner's learning curve) and I wanna see what effect it has. One was huge. Bet it cost me 3 mph.
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