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Fishmaster 11-24-2009 10:12 PM

LAS
 
I have putt in 3 times "for tips&tactics"and one twice"latest being last months" Well tell me how you think this one sounds, and would it useful to you..... "When it's that time to clean your kill, when you open it up the thought of horrible smell comes into you mind and nose. Well I never have that problem anymore ,and it's a simple fix. Just get some Vicks vapor rub put some under you nose and there you go. Fresh smell threw out the whole time of cleaning you kill. Duck,Deer,Hog,ANYTHING!"


Sounds like a "Sham WOW" commercial......

Ray 11-24-2009 10:58 PM

When I hunted alligators, I always had people asking to go.
I put a 5 gallon bucket of melt out at noon and used it to bait
my lines the next morning.
People would go with me just one time.
Gator vomit and blood sloshing around the bottom of the boat
prevented them from coming back too.
The last day, taking the maggot infested melt off the remaining
hooks made a lot of people gag too.

southern151 11-25-2009 10:05 AM

My wife often complained of the way my boat smelled in crawfish season!

I once had a pogey that slid out of a box and on top of my covered gas tank. After a few days, it was RIPE!!

She would complain and I would respond that she was smelling money!

They do get pretty bad though

longsidelandry 11-25-2009 10:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by southern151 (Post 81775)
My wife often complained of the way my boat smelled in crawfish season!

I once had a pogey that slid out of a box and on top of my covered gas tank. After a few days, it was RIPE!!

She would complain and I would respond that she was smelling money!

They do get pretty bad though

haha I like that one!


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