19 October 2010

Old Lure Was a Great Investment

•[A Good Read!]

“More than 50 years later Steve was thumbing through the pages of On the Water fishing magazine and saw a terrific looking custom surf rod designed to cast the new braided lines. It was expensive, and Steve is a frugal man who had always believed in saving for a rainy day.”
Martha’s Vineyard Times

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• MA Pump-Out Boat Not Named “Poop Sloop”

“Salisbury, Mass., has a new sewage pump-out boat, and its name is more than just clever: It's also good advice.”

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• Kayaker Attacked by Cuda

“The Coast Guard and Tow Boat U.S. rescued a kayaker who was bitten by a barracuda near Big Pine Key, Fla. Sunday evening.

“At approximately 5:15 p.m. a 45-year-old female and her male companion reported they were kayaking in a two-person kayak when a barracuda jumped into the vessel and bit her in the chest, then jumped back into the water. She appeared to be suffering a possible punctured lung and broken ribs.“
Coast Guard News

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• Makes Sense to Me

Question: Why do SCUBA divers always fall backward off the boat?
Answer: Because if they fell forward, they’d still be in the boat.

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