Found: NICE expensive fiberglass oar

Discussion in 'Watercraft' started by pwoens, Nov 5, 2004.

  1. pwoens

    pwoens Active Member

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    Anyone missing a really nice glass oar?? If so, maybe I found it?? Describe it and the river/possible location where it would be??
     
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    You know Paddy, over the years, I've had to slap quite a few guys who have said that you are the kind of guy with just one oar in the water. Maybe you should think about keeping this found one. You won't just go in circles anymore. :rofl:

    Bob, the I always use two oars but sometimes three seem to work better. ptyd
     
  3. SpokaneFisherman

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    Can I play?
     
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    Of course you can play. But two dudes from Spokane are very suspect around these parts :rofl:

    Bob. the Clean Gene of your West Coast. :ray1:
     
  5. SpokaneFisherman

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    I was with Pat when he found the Oar in question. So I believe that I'm automatically disqualified. Besides I don't have much use for an oar. Except for bonking fish during a Squawfish derby.
     
  6. jessejames

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    Kevin:
    You and Patrick are together when this suspect oar was found. That means you were probably on or near a body of water?? If this is true and we get a lost oar story but no fish stories it makes me suspect that you should have used the oar to kill the skunk. Or (oar) from your response maybe the oar was used at the squawfish derby that you and Patrick were at. Kevin from the looks of your avatar all the fish stories that you have would be really old...
    jesse clark
     
  7. SpokaneFisherman

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    Jesse...Jesse...Jesse. I can't say too much, as I don't want to give away any info that would allow anybody other than the true owner of the oar to identify it. However I will say this...

    Yes Patrick and I were near some water and yes we caught some fish.
    Maybe Patrick would like to elaborate. I'm sure he has all sorts of defamatory, libelous accusations about me that he's just dying to post. :(
     
  8. pwoens

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    Nope...still trying to recover from the near head on collision incident (during Kevin's shift at the wheel) :p
     
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    Thanks Bob. Without you, a lot of us would have really bad reputations. Its hard to find a true friend these days :thumb:
     
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    Having fished with both you guys I can't believe if there were fish caught there would not be a post announcing that!! Spokanefisherman hijacked every thread on the site including the classified to announce his first steelhead. So whats up guys?? Where's the fish porn, neither of you leave the car without your cameras. When an oar and a trivial near miss of a head on collision take precedence over fish stories "something is fishy"
    Patrick thanks for the heads up on Kevins driving skills. I will remember not to let that happen when we are together.
    jesse clark
     
  11. Old Man

    Old Man Just an Old Man

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    These stories rank right up there with my Caterpiller crossing the road and the shovel found by JBrodie while taking a pit stop. :rofl:

    Jim
     
  12. SpokaneFisherman

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    I will admit that it was a little close. In my defense,nobody honked or flashed their lights. :p Besides... I'm not the one who doesn't know what it means when his radar detector starts sqwaking and flashing. :eek:

    Yes... I am a highjacker and proud of it. Perhaps I should be reported to homeland security for highjacking threads.:rofl: Oh no... I've gone and done it again.