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    NordicNed is offline Jersey Retired
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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing

    Was wondering,


    Do any of you plan your vacations on these interest?

    I personaly, enjoy fishing and scuba diving, which includes spear fishing..

    This is one of my favorite places to visit in the Philippines, Great Tuna and Marlin fishing, all within Two Miles of the coast....

    Check this out and look at the lodging prices, Unreal, yes....

    http://www.patricksonthebeach.com/thingstodo.php#fish


    I LOVE THE SMELL OF VICTORY IN THE MORNING AIR.

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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing

    PS:

    If the rate is quoted in Peso's, the exchange rate is about 55 Peso's to $1.00 USD......


    Example: $10.00 USD= 550 Peso's


    I LOVE THE SMELL OF VICTORY IN THE MORNING AIR.

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    NordicNed is offline Jersey Retired
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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing

    This is another Place I frequent in the Philippines, only a 2 hour drive down the coastline, from my In-Laws home..

    This is in Moalboal,Cebu- Philippines

    Some of the BEST Diving in the world.....Warm water, unlimited visibility, spectacular underwater sea life....The colors are awesome..

    BlueAbyss Dive Shop is where I actually received my certification from PADI.....this was back in the 90's..Wish I did it much earlier in my life, but never to late...


    http://www.blueabyssdiving.com/


    I LOVE THE SMELL OF VICTORY IN THE MORNING AIR.

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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing

    funny...I go with my dad fishing sometimes in Minnesota...


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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing




    This is a local catch from two years ago. Not too bad for around here. It's a saugeye, if you have ever heard of those. A hybrid fish, crossbred between a walleye and a sauger. #5.5lbs.
    Yes,
    that is the animal. Don't laugh :lol: :lol: :lol: , let's see what all of you look like when you are on the backside of 40. :cry: :cry:

    I've purchased new :shock: since then

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :salute:


    PS.....ned, the edit button is my new friend!(j/k) :sunny: :thumbright:

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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing

    I enjoy fishing and waterfowl hunting back in NoDak. I have been deer hunting a few times and I love to randomly shoot little varments when bored.

    Me (right) and my brother. Bad weekend for carnage in NoDak



    My brothers sturgeon from the St. Croix. Caught is on 6 lb line:


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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing

    i caught a 7lb bass in a lake just by my house that is supposed to be there just for show!!! they stock the lake there just for a tournament every year that happens in april, and they put in some huge fish!!! i go to a stocked pond and normally catch a couple of 5lb catfish. the fishing is especially good in the winter. Conroe lake is the biggest lake thats about a 3 hour drive, but my friends get a house on the lake and that has to be the best bass fishing ive ever done!!! i went fishing in oregon once w/ my great uncle and we caught the biggest salmon at a local spot that had to be 3ft long and weighed 10lbs!!! it takes about 8-10 minutes to bring in a big fish, and its very tiring.

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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing

    "TheAnimal93" wrote:



    This is a local catch from two years ago. Not too bad for around here. It's a saugeye, if you have ever heard of those. A hybrid fish, crossbred between a walleye and a sauger. #5.5lbs.
    Yes,
    that is the animal. Don't laugh :lol: :lol: :lol: , let's see what all of you look like when you are on the backside of 40. :cry: :cry:

    I've purchased new :shock: since then

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :salute:


    PS.....ned, the edit button is my new friend!(j/k) :sunny: :thumbright:
    Backside of 40??? I thought that the 93 in your SN was your age...LOL!
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "TheAnimal93" wrote:



    This is a local catch from two years ago. Not too bad for around here. It's a saugeye, if you have ever heard of those. A hybrid fish, crossbred between a walleye and a sauger. #5.5lbs.
    Yes,
    that is the animal. Don't laugh :lol: :lol: :lol: , let's see what all of you look like when you are on the backside of 40. :cry: :cry:

    I've purchased new :shock: since then

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :salute:


    PS.....ned, the edit button is my new friend!(j/k) :sunny: :thumbright:
    Backside of 40??? I thought that the 93 in your SN was your age...LOL!
    I live in North Idaho and they have introduced the Sauger and the Saugeye in some of the lakes here near the Sandpoint area. Most folks don't know what the hell they are so this good ole Minnesotan has to explain. They aint to bright round' here.
    Don't worry, I'll take care of it!!

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    Seeing that alot of others here are into Hunting and Fishing

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    Backside of 40??? I thought that the 93 in your SN was your age...LOL!

    Yea,
    uh huh
    You're not too far behind me sassy pants!!!! :salute: :salute: :lol: :lol: :lol: :thumbright: :lol:

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