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get tired of this body style till I found this forum Angel devil They say too much of anything is not a good thing, so had to take a break, Blush You eat too many lobsters and you'll get sick of it. Always good to take a break every now and then. Anyways, speaking of lobsters...I used the break time to work on the ole boat cause lobster season is just a few days away and will be open for all months with an "R" in it. I'll be back at it again soon in full steam ahead when my monster parts load for the '73 project comes in. Should be about a week from now and hopefully all goes well and then I can properly thank the vendors that hooked me up! Very very excited about that and can't wait to start wrenching on the ole Ford rustang again. Lobsters and parts..ahhhhhhh can't get any better than that.
Aloha,
DJ
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Breaks are OK as long as you keep coming back!
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FasTnNefariouS;32809 Wrote:You eat too many lobsters and you'll get sick of it.

I resemble that comment! Big Grin

FasTnNefariouS;32809 Wrote:Anyways, speaking of lobsters...I used the break time to work on the ole boat cause lobster season is just a few days away and will be open for all months with an "R" in it.
... Lobsters and parts..ahhhhhhh can't get any better than that.
Aloha,
DJ

DJ, We just got back from our lobstering event in the Florida keys at the top of the month. Awesomely good time we had hunting for them! We troll with 3-4 humans until one of them sees a lobster then use the tickle stick method to chase the bugs out. The keys had a solid 15 - 20 mph wind for about 6 weeks prior and while we were there so the water wasn't very clear. Still came back with 30 of them tho.

Anyway, have fun! I totally agree...lobsters and parts - it doesn't get any better than thatExclamation


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+1 for what Mike (OLE PONY) said!

Glad to see you back!!


BT

Do the RIGHT thing.
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OLE PONY;32819 Wrote:Breaks are OK as long as you keep coming back!
cobra3073;32826 Wrote:+1 for what Mike (OLE PONY) said!

Glad to see you back!!


BT
I got this place on the top of my Favorites list thumb
Thanks!

Don65Stang;32823 Wrote:
FasTnNefariouS;32809 Wrote:You eat too many lobsters and you'll get sick of it.

I resemble that comment! Big Grin

FasTnNefariouS;32809 Wrote:Anyways, speaking of lobsters...I used the break time to work on the ole boat cause lobster season is just a few days away and will be open for all months with an "R" in it.
... Lobsters and parts..ahhhhhhh can't get any better than that.
Aloha,
DJ

DJ, We just got back from our lobstering event in the Florida keys at the top of the month. Awesomely good time we had hunting for them! We troll with 3-4 humans until one of them sees a lobster then use the tickle stick method to chase the bugs out. The keys had a solid 15 - 20 mph wind for about 6 weeks prior and while we were there so the water wasn't very clear. Still came back with 30 of them tho.

Anyway, have fun! I totally agree...lobsters and parts - it doesn't get any better than thatExclamation
That's awesome! We have to dive 40+ feet of water to find the pockets and then still worry about morey eels when you stick your hands in the pockets Undecided The way you describe your technique is very similar to how we catch octopus. Tickle stick, grab and give it the death bite on the nerves by the eyes Smile
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FasTnNefariouS;32882 Wrote:That's awesome! We have to dive 40+ feet of water to find the pockets and then still worry about morey eels when you stick your hands in the pockets Undecided The way you describe your technique is very similar to how we catch octopus. Tickle stick, grab and give it the death bite on the nerves by the eyes Smile

Now that's hard core lobstering! The deepest we have to go is 15 feet or so. I usually go down for them without scuba gear unless I find a really good pocket. No morays but we do keep an eye out for barracuda and sharks...usually see one or two of each each day. The kids think it's cool to brag to their friends about swimming with sharks! Friends say no way but then I'll back the story up by telling of our adventures down there. Big Grin

So you bite the octopus between the eyes? Tongue Man, it's a different world in HI. Big Grin Sounds like fun!

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My Mustangs:
71 M-code Mach 1, Medium Blue/White Sport, 4R70W, 3L50, Factory Ram Air.
72 Q-code Mach 1, Pewter/Black Sport, 4-spd, 3L25.
65 Convertible, Britney Blue/White/White, more modified than original.
05 Convertible, Legend Lime/Tan/Tan, future classic??
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FasTnNefariouS;32882 Wrote:give it the death bite on the nerves by the eyes Smile

Have you seen Gordon Ramsay's F Word? There was an episode where he went to Sicily and gave on octopus the death bite. Funny, weird and cool all at the same time.

Steve



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sm3570;32929 Wrote:
FasTnNefariouS;32882 Wrote:give it the death bite on the nerves by the eyes Smile

Have you seen Gordon Ramsay's F Word? There was an episode where he went to Sicily and gave on octopus the death bite. Funny, weird and cool all at the same time.

MAn and you all call us rednecksHuh
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