MARKING THE HONEY HOLE

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2008/02/18 19:34:55 (permalink)

MARKING THE HONEY HOLE

[sm=****.gif] Is this really necessary 
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    crazy4ice
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/18 19:43:34 (permalink)
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/18 20:14:41 (permalink)
    This I have to see....
     
    Upload the pic at www.tinypic.com
    Copy and paste the IMG but than change the IMG to img
     
     

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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/18 20:59:47 (permalink)
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/18 22:58:44 (permalink)
    I used to live beside a trout hatchery and the owner became a good friend of mine. He told me that idiots would throw cigarette buts into his ponds the trout would eat them and it pluged their belly and they died.
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/18 23:59:27 (permalink)
    sorta like the guys that leave loads of chew spit all over where their shanty was... at least chew will disappear, cigarette buts, is another story...
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/19 02:52:55 (permalink)
    that's a shame,   plus there is a few good drags left on some of those......

    Better too far back, than too far forward.
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/19 09:23:51 (permalink)
    I wish that was the worst that I had seen.  
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/19 10:07:01 (permalink)
    Wow....
    Some people just don't give a chit!

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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/19 10:27:07 (permalink)
    Thats sorta like leaving 2lbs of sunflower seed shells laying on the ice when you leave. Or setting empty canisters in your hole so you dont have to carry those heavy things back to shore to dispose of.
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/19 13:48:41 (permalink)
    cigarette butts, garbage, absolutley no way!   But stuff like sunflower seeds and chew, idon,t see a problem with.

    Better too far back, than too far forward.
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/19 16:49:53 (permalink)
    May i ask, why not? Isn't the seeds considered litter? The chew, if you leave it laying on the ice, is okay to you? This is just me, but i believe if it wasn't there when i got there, it shouldn't be there when i leave. Thats just me tho. U B U, I M I.
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/19 17:09:30 (permalink)
    you have a problem with sunflower seeds?  give me a break.  do you have a problem with shiners that are left behind on the ice? what about the saw dust that comes out of our grub containers?
     
    i cant stand people that leave behind cig butts, beer cans, or any other garbage. i have no problem with people discarding sunflower seed shells, minnows, sawdust from crub containers and the like.
     
    some people are too uptight.
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/19 17:34:06 (permalink)
    While I completley understand the astetic problems with anything left on the ice, I don't consider organic biodegradable items a problem.  Just my opinion.  Kind of like tossing an apple core in the woods while packing your sandwich bag out.  Just my opinion....  Technically seeds are no different than the christmas tree that someone sinks for fish structure.
     
    P.S.  The ones at shenango with all the backwoods cigar butts is right over a nice stump, that guy has been catching a lot of fish.
    post edited by MuskyMastr - 2008/02/19 17:35:16

    Better too far back, than too far forward.
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/19 18:30:10 (permalink)
    cp i never noticed your avatar gif image, that is hilarious! 
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/21 09:07:31 (permalink)
    Good Eats...LOL
     
    I have caught trout (at twin lakes) with buts in the guts...
     
    The brown ones look like meal worms... the white ones like big maggots!!!!
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/21 09:07:54 (permalink)
    Back to the mess on the ice-
    I once say a red t-shirt on a stick frozen in a hole on the ice at Shenango
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/24 18:44:15 (permalink)
    I,m sure no one has ever taken a leak on the ice before. None of it is good but **** happens. Even on the ice.
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/24 19:20:46 (permalink)
    If you see somebody littering do say anything to them?
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/24 19:27:38 (permalink)
    I may mention it's not good pratice, but I don't make enemies on the ice. they may be the one who has to pull your****out of water
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    RE: MARKING THE HONEY HOLE 2008/02/25 12:42:55 (permalink)
    Their is no reason to litter.  Looks terrible and can hurt the very fish you are after.
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