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Topic: Sucia Island '09  (Read 10423 times)

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HBH

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doing a little upgrading/rigging for the upcoming trip....and i got a little help...wants to know why she cant come


Zee

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Sounds like you need a nice small yak and a barbie pole for the next trip out!! ;D

Z
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Yakker

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HBH, got her signed up for the AOTY yet?

   Doing a little upgrading of my own-- finally got the VHS radio, a Humminbird 55s, another safety factor checked off.  Plus should be fun to see who's catchin the fish and where in real time.
There is a thin line between hobby and insanity.


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HBH, your garage looks like a fun place for younguns... nice storage of the boats btw,
Wishing I was fishing, fighting for my mobility instead.


HBH

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she asked for a pole for her bday so she has her own barbie pole already...my son built the rack for me in his shop class at school...its pretty cool, its on 4 casters and fits through the garage door and stores all my stuff, i can roll it around inside the garage to make more space...currently she rides around in the tank well of my 160


SilverKing

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I just intalled the transducer for my new humminbird in prep for the trip, I hope your still planning on me rolling with you HBH. I fished the anacortes derby this weekend at Sucia and there are alot of rockfish all over. YEAH!!!


'Yak Monkey

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O.K. Gentlemen, time for formalizing.  Let's start with a headcount.  We will need official confirmation replies.

HGH - confirmed
'Yak Monkey - confirmed
yessnoo -
yakker -
silverking -
OPEN SLOT -

deepcolor, we have you showing up and joining us, but arriving via a different Powerboat.


Departure is Friday, May 1, at Noon. Let's try and have everybody show up by 10am.  That gives us time to leave early if we are efficient. Everything will be carried from the parking lot to the slip.  HBH has added his slip location to the NWKA Google map, and it's also listed in this topic. I intend to fit everything for camping in one large duffel bag, with the exceptions of fishing poles. I'm sure a cooler would be fien if you want one for food. I won't be packing much gear into the kayak, in order to keep it from being too cumbersome and heavy when manhandling on the deck.
As for cooking gear, I'll be bringing my small backpacking camp stove and HBH is bringing some firewood.  More firewood is always a good idea!
  If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles. ~ Doug Larson


yessnoo

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Well i am in...
I guess i will try to bring lots of canned food and stuff but i don't think i can get around bringing a cooler lol...
seems like it could get pretty packed up with 6 peoples 3 day supply of food

anyways if anyone would like to share a tent or something let me know...that way maybe we can cut down on some things (that plus i don't actually have one yet but i will buy one if it comes to that)
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'Yak Monkey

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HGH - confirmed
'Yak Monkey - confirmed
yessnoo - confirmed
yakker -
silverking -
OPEN SLOT -
  If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles. ~ Doug Larson


Yakker

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O.K. Gentlemen, time for formalizing.  Let's start with a headcount.  We will need official confirmation replies.

HGH - confirmed
'Yak Monkey - confirmed
yessnoo -
yakker -
silverking -
OPEN SLOT -

deepcolor, we have you showing up and joining us, but arriving via a different Powerboat.

HBH & YM, just letting you officially know I am coming as well--will see you all on Friday May 1 at 10 am.  Looking forward to the trip.

Rob.
Departure is Friday, May 1, at Noon. Let's try and have everybody show up by 10am.  That gives us time to leave early if we are efficient. Everything will be carried from the parking lot to the slip.  HBH has added his slip location to the NWKA Google map, and it's also listed in this topic. I intend to fit everything for camping in one large duffel bag, with the exceptions of fishing poles. I'm sure a cooler would be fien if you want one for food. I won't be packing much gear into the kayak, in order to keep it from being too cumbersome and heavy when manhandling on the deck.
As for cooking gear, I'll be bringing my small backpacking camp stove and HBH is bringing some firewood.  More firewood is always a good idea!
There is a thin line between hobby and insanity.


deepcolor

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Correct Gentlemen.  I'm heading out Thursday afternoon with my Dad (Big Joe) and myself (Andrew) on his 26 foot Sea Ray Sundancer called Mountain View.  We'll be in Shallow Bay (weather permitting) and I'm planning on fishing the slack low tide early Friday morning.  And then the slack high tide around 9:30.  I'll keep an eye out for a pile of kayaks on the front of a cabin cruiser coming around the markers around 2 pm or so. 

I'm really looking forward to pulling some ling lips since I've been getting blanked on the spring chinook run.  PM me your cell phone numbers and I'll do the same.  And I'll keep channel 16 on too.

DC 
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HGH - confirmed
'Yak Monkey - confirmed
yessnoo - confirmed
yakker - confirmed
silverking -
OPEN SLOT -
  If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles. ~ Doug Larson


yessnoo

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I always kinda thought that thresher sharks were supposed to be good eating also...but i could be remembering wrong...

back home i know they ate blue shark...mako was the preferred meat but people were content with blue shark from what they told me

we never marinated our shark in milk...ive heard of it but honestly i don't really know what the point is....

most of the shark we ate we caught cleaned on the spot and took it up and fried it right then...no freezing or anything...that's the best way...
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yessnoo

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how did i post this on here...i thought i was on the other thread wth lol

im tired...and i gotta get up at 3 am to make my 6 oclock flight :(
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Zee

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how did i post this on here...i thought i was on the other thread wth lol

im tired...and i gotta get up at 3 am to make my 6 oclock flight :(

It's all the shark pee you've been eating w/ your shark..  :D

Z
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