Monday, August 14, 2006

Size matters

Just for comparison, I thought I post this pic of Simon's trophy. As you can see, it is much shorter (albeit thicker) than Katie's brother's. Now we all know what Mrs. Hawk was talking about when she mentioned how Simon "always comes up short". Still, she said she wouldn't mind dipping Simon's in her "batter" and then immersing it in hot oil- something about making it harder since it was soggy and limp when clean.


Blogger Jack T Briggs said...

What lake was that on?

14/8/06 08:16  
Blogger Cohort Mandibles said...

Lol, even though Simon's cartoon head covers up his real head, it still looks too small. Way to be unproportional Simon.

14/8/06 08:17  
Blogger Jim Brannick said...

Phil Copeland's lake (Mitchell Lake??)

14/8/06 08:19  
Blogger Simon Hawk said...

Another lesson learned from being a member of spoonhouse. "Never EVER let any of your friends have pictures of you."

14/8/06 08:21  
Blogger Jack T Briggs said...

Cool. Spring lake is tough because I just started fishing it. I do know, however, that rubber worms and salanders work better on that lake than spinnerbaits and crankbaits. It's the opposite on my parent's lake.

14/8/06 08:22  
Blogger Simon Hawk said...

"salanders" LOL!

14/8/06 08:24  
Blogger Jack T Briggs said...

Oh geez. So I don't know how to spell, fuck off!

14/8/06 08:26  
Blogger Jack T Briggs said...

"Salanders." Ha ha. It IS kinda funny. So is my 3rd grade education!

14/8/06 08:31  
Blogger Jim Brannick said...

If you've got time to kill some day, try using live bait. A chub minnow (haha, I said chub) on a treble hook is bound to catch a decent bass or pike, or at the very least- a bowfin (aka dogfish). Even better than a minnow would be a 3 inch bluegill. But that is technically illegal, so use caution. If you try live bait at night you might catch any of the above or maybe a gar!
good luck!

14/8/06 08:32  
Blogger Cohort Mandibles said...

Just use depth charges and blast 'em out of the water. That way you could just skip all the boring stuff and cook the fish.

14/8/06 09:10  
Blogger Jack T Briggs said...

Yeah! Because depth charges are SO easy to get. Good idea, Cohort.

14/8/06 09:17  
Blogger Garble said...

Ease up jack. In the Nintendo version of Real Life that cohort plays you can trade in 25,000 baseball cards for a pack of depth charges.

14/8/06 09:46  
Blogger Jack T Briggs said...

No. I was serious. I've got a guy who knows a guy who can get depth charges...

14/8/06 09:59  
Blogger Cohort Mandibles said...

And I can trade my pack of depth charges, a pair of moccassins, and Bazooka Joe comics for a decent running GM product. Real Life Nintendo rules.

14/8/06 10:26  

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