I saw somebody from Kentucky at the gas station yesterday...

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by rn-cindy, Oct 13, 2020.

  1. rn-cindy

    rn-cindy Well-Known Member

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  2. G66enigma

    G66enigma Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Those are the dinghies for the boat.

    Here's the boat: aka, the Lake Cumberland Express ... :p

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  3. Rifling82

    Rifling82 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I was expecting more of a Beverly hillbillies look;)
     
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  4. Ghost1958

    Ghost1958 Well-Known Member

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    Why didn't you come over and say Hi??
     
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  5. JTJ

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    Copper Canyon Lake Havasu Spring Break years ago. It has calmed down.
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  6. Caveman Jim

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    So that’s what killed off all the striped bass in Lk Havasu.:eek::eek::eek:
     
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  7. JTJ

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    No. They claimed it was carp dying from a disease but reports I heard was all kinds of fish and a lot of shad which are the primary feed for stripers. I caught a couple stripers after the die off and they were emaciated. The die off was highly suspicious. Quagga Muscles were everywhere and causing a lot of problems. CA has big irrigation pumps that were getting clogged. The Havasupai Tribe gets its water from the lake and were having problems. AZ also has pumps. The Quagga Muscles disappeared with the die off. Coincidence? I dont think so. More likely someone very quietly and illegally poisoned the lake. Striper fishing is starting to pick up but the fish are small. I have caught and released quite a few. Not big enough to eat.
     
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  8. Caveman Jim

    Caveman Jim Well-Known Member

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    It’s always the same mantra over and over, resource management strongly believes that the public cannot handle the truth so why tell it. It’s likely that you will never know the truth.
    WDFW has been doing it for years, private meetings with co-managers (Tribes) and agency silence orders. :mad:
     
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  9. G66enigma

    G66enigma Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Dang.

    Not my thing.

    Always have thought that a week "off" was a great time to get away from other humans, heading into the hills or along the coast. Long hikes, a long kayaking trip on the river, sailing, whatever. Anything but going to a spot with 5000 other people jammed in like sardines, with all the attendant noise and mess to tolerate.
     
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  10. JTJ

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    We frequently paddle our kayaks into Copper Canyon. Most of the time we are the only ones there. The Channel is another hot spot during spring break. They go to see and be seen however the girls cant go topless in the channel.
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  11. boatme98

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    I always hated when boat owners wanted to go out on holidays. Nothing but a bunch of ****** drunks and stoned people causing trouble.
    Usually after a couple of times they'd understand and not risk their boat.
     
  12. Mercator

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    They are most dangerous driving home from the lake, trailers swinging. I know better than taking 446 on a nice Saturday afternoon.
     
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