Name:
Toothless Bruce
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Kai,
Sorry I couldn't make it up last year. I understand it was a pretty good crankbait bite. Are you interested in me bringing up some Derby Pie or a UK "Big Blue" t-shirt, or some turtle soup? I appreciate you taking good care of the little cabin, but I am hoping you can deal with the misquitos a little better this year. My face swelled up like a can of Labatts sitting in the back of a pick-up in Shelbyville in July. Perhaps I'll put a net over my head like Frankenstein's bride or just opt out and sleep with Brady the snoring machine up in the big cabin, eh?
Wednesday, October 23 2013 - 09:49 PM
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Timothy Chrouser
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Kai,

We have some new guys coming up this year and they are avid readers and bird watchers. Apparently they have learned about the numerous Bigfoot sightings around the English River. I tried to explain that they are boat-shy and will leave an area as soon as you power your way in, even if it means releasing a 40 lb Pike in the middle of a late morning snack. The real danger is with the youngins who spend their first years underwater breathing through reeds. They will actually hit a jig if you rip it like Stew does! Always cut the line, I say, and NEVER pull one into the boat. Can you reinforce this message. A bunch of guys are staying out at the Bearskin palace and will undoubtedly be trolling out in front of your place where the baby bigfoot feed on those little lakers. I am afraid they will foul hook one and get hurt! Please advise on the proper catch and release method if what I've suggested is wrong. Thanks and looking forward to having a shore lunch this year. I read on FB that your Sauce Squash is really tasty!

-Tim
Tuesday, May 14 2013 - 09:50 AM
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Clay Chrouser
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Hello,

Kai I would like to apologize for all my near-fatal issues over the years. First of all, there's the flooding of Tim's bath house in 2009. Then there's the time I got the pipe in the sauna so hot the shampoo bottles melted. And don't get me started on busting stew's cherished Loomis rod or losing his trophy walleye boat side when I tried to do my "hand job." Oh well, I hope for better luck this year. Please don't put a huber collar or anything on my ankle. I promise to change. I really do!
Saturday, May 11 2013 - 09:37 AM