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hinkydo

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Re: Jboggey’s Sandy Pond
« Reply #60 on: Jun 24, 2022, 07:13 AM »
Glad you're still plugging along Jboggey, hinkydo is still catching perch both Port Bay and Little Sodus when I can afford the gas to fish.

                                                     FISH ON  hinkydo

jboggey

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Re: Jboggey’s Sandy Pond
« Reply #61 on: Jun 24, 2022, 06:24 PM »
Yo Guys & Gals.
Sorry to vent on this post. I should be grateful the Lord has given me good enough health and mental awareness at 77 years of age to go back to work.

Many my age ,I am sure, do not have that option. Yesterday the glass was half empty. Today , it’s half full. It’s all in your perspective on life I guess. There is dignity in work.

Boggey

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Re: Jboggey’s Sandy Pond
« Reply #62 on: Jun 24, 2022, 07:17 PM »
Yo Jim..  Vent all you want..
 Just remember , you will always have friends here to listen pal.. ;)
Sometimes we live no particular way but our own.....<br />Strangers stopping strangers just to shake there hand...<br />\"Dying is the easy part. Learning how to live is the hard part....\"

reeleyz

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Re: Jboggey’s Sandy Pond
« Reply #63 on: Jun 24, 2022, 08:44 PM »
Jbog I have some SERIOUS respect for someone your age going to work full time. Especially when people take the easy way out most of the time nowadays.

Get out there and chase some fish!

SeanP

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Re: Jboggey’s Sandy Pond
« Reply #64 on: Jun 27, 2022, 05:08 PM »
Many at 27 do not have that level of work ethic!! I love to work and will probably never completely retire....show them how it done Jboggey!!

SeanP

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Re: Jboggey’s Sandy Pond
« Reply #65 on: Jun 29, 2022, 01:06 PM »
Jbog I have some SERIOUS respect for someone your age going to work full time. Especially when people take the easy way out most of the time nowadays.

Get out there and chase some fish!
X2!!
Nice job findin em

ArkAngel

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Re: Jboggey’s Sandy Pond
« Reply #66 on: Jun 30, 2022, 07:55 AM »
Hello Jim...

...and it was surely good to hear from you last week..! 

I finally found the time to log on and register on MFF.  Another Ice Shanty consumer of information (ArkAngel) that has made the summer conversion to MFF. 

I LOVED (however sad but true) your "back to work" post and your ECONO 301 lessons.  Like Stu - I prefer to remain non political here - as much as I agree with your position(s) I've seen too many otherwise good relationship and friendships lost or diminished because of it.

No worries on the venting - you certainly have it coming.  And Jim...you are my hero..!  How many people would have stood in the gap and stepped up - and essentially changed the rules of the game..?  You didn't just sit there and let life happen to you - you changed the rules and turned the tables!  Bravo, my friend!

Why is it, Jim...that every time I think of you - I think of egg battered, crumb coated perch fillets and my mouth begins to water?  Pavlov's theory?

Annie and I are leaving for camp at the Pond Friday after work.  On Sunday we plan to fish the SLR in Cape Vincent around Carlton Island, weather and waves permitting...big water out there.
Then hook up with my brothers family on Wellesley Island for Fireworks...then Clayton for a few days...then back to camp for the remainder of the week of the 4th.

Anyone with perch/walleye info on that section of Cape Vincent - I'd love to hear from you. 

And JBogg...?  Keep fighting the good fight.

Illegitimi non carborundum  ;)

Alter boys...?

~ArkAngel

jboggey

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Re: Jboggey’s Sandy Pond
« Reply #67 on: Jul 10, 2022, 07:36 PM »
Yo Guys & Gals
Well now, I almost went fishing today. The “almost “ part started in the early am when I checked my battery charger was hooked to the boat battery Saturday evening but I forgot to plug the charger into the outlet. Next , my passenger side tire was really soft from sitting in my yard for 5 weeks without any attention.

Hard to believe, it’s been 5 weeks since the Sea Nymph has felt the gentle caress of the water rushing along its hull. The early start I had envisioned went down the tubes. Left with the nightmare of waiting 10 deep to launch gave me second thoughts as well. I chucked it in and went to pick cherries to can some preserves instead.

Much as I feared, Old Boggey has to compete with all the other weekend warriors. Can’t wait till I reretire so I can get out during the weekdays again.

All that being said, work has not been that bad. My old boss welcomed me back with open arms and I can still make a difference and a contribution to the bottom line. So guys and gals . Next weekend, with proper planning, I will get up extra early. Batteries fully charged and tires fully inflated to fill the freezer with some perch and walleye.

Yo ArkAngel, you can’t throw me with that Latin. I took Latin one semester. Besides that , I got the internet too look it up. I thought you said you weren’t political👍 😁😁😁

Boggey out

 



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