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Hello to all members! I'm sitting here at home, it's beautiful outside and I have Algebra at 2pm. Classes have started now. This is the start of a long fall. What makes it so long is my fishing time will decrease by 80%. I got to keep the priorities strait! I'm going to try and get out a couple of more times before ice up. I will have icefishing photos for sure! But, for now I'm going to have to fish vicariously through you all. Wet a line for me, PLEASE!! I may have to change my nickname to "BOOKWORM" for the time being...LOL! Take care all, Patrick

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That sucks Pat. Someone going have to pick up your slack and post some nice pics of bluegills. But school comes first so get out when you can.
It isn't so bad. I am going for a degree in Prototype Engineering...aka Industrial Model Making. What does this all mean? Well I have access to all kinds of mold making supplies, machining equipment, and such so, I will be making lures and float tube attachments! LOL!!! I'm putting you in charge of picking up my slack, dude!!!
You putting a lot of pressure on me. lol I see what i can do.
Good luck, Patrick. I'm still tied up here in the office trying to get a new business started...so I feel your pain. I'm sure everything will go great for you.
Hang in there Patrick!....It's a long haul and grind but sure will be worth it in the long run....suffer now and enjoy life down the road...plenty of time to catch those gills!...they'll be waiting!.....Lots of summmers to go yet!....
Thanks guys! It is really tough when campus is on the lake! I see musky fisherman working breaklines as I sit in class! When I graduate and I'm working for a lure manufactoring company, it will be worth it!
When I was in law school, I had a classmate who fished Lake Jackson regularly which at that time was producing 12 to 14+ lb. bass routinely and he was obsessed with waiting a long time after he felt the tap of a bass on his plastic worm before setting the hook. He used to brag that after the tap tap, he would put down his rod; open the bail and read a chapter of civil procedure or antitrust law or even "War and Peace" before setting the hook. Exaggeration but true story. He was a little askew anyway being from Anchorage and going to FSU law school in Tallahassee. He returned to Anchorage right after graduating where he later became a judge. Just another example of the typical fisherman's love of telling a fishing story and in this case, he used his classmates to entertain. You might think about doing the same - they are a captive audience after all.

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