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  • Pmacc60
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    Originally posted by rock rat View Post
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    That's pretty underhanded. Seems as if the parties have switched places and the Ds are for big corporations and monied interests. I only wish the Rs would stick up for the little guy on things like unions, min wage, social security etc.
    I never felt Republicans were for big companies but more for economic growth providing jobs and products . I think both parties have sold the American people down the river. Sending corporations over seas , along with Americans jobs and insuring those cooperations not to loose assets by moving business overseas through OPIC . Our government sold the American people out and uses our tax dollars to do it ! Good post RR , your on point !

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  • labrador12
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    You are awfully late to the party, Rat. Republicans are into individual liberty and the Constitution. New laws on unions, and min wages, and social security aren't needed in a vibrant free market economy that aims to lift all boats. Democrats are too busy with the Green Nude Eel, and Equity for Nancy Pelosi husband and Hunter's free crack pipe and stuff. Democrats want a command economy with them doing the command and serfs all the way after that. They'll make us all into beggers, so we're easier to please!

    Let's GO Brandon!!!!

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  • rock rat
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    That's pretty underhanded. Seems as if the parties have switched places and the Ds are for big corporations and monied interests. I only wish the Rs would stick up for the little guy on things like unions, min wage, social security etc.

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  • bowhunter75richard
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    Originally posted by rock rat View Post
    Spent one night in Anchorage on my way to the slope, so of course after buying gear my buds wanted to go to some pole dancing place. It was pretty much empty except us at 6pm (but dark in December). Depressing. I stayed for one beer.

    I notice Lab pleads innocence in N America above Mexico. That leaves a whole lot of the world open for sinning.
    Well, that little post certainly removes any question as to just ‘what’ Ratski is....... a true dimwit, one who assumes a person is guilty of whatever a dimwit proclaims them to be ! No evidence needed......just the presumptions of a dimwit. Sounds rather familiar to 1/6 does it not ?

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  • Pmacc60
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    Originally posted by rock rat View Post
    Spent one night in Anchorage on my way to the slope, so of course after buying gear my buds wanted to go to some pole dancing place. It was pretty much empty except us at 6pm (but dark in December). Depressing. I stayed for one beer.

    I notice Lab pleads innocence in N America above Mexico. That leaves a whole lot of the world open for sinning.
    Much like Lab 12 I don’t patronize gentleman’s clubs , maybe because I’ve been married so long and also I don’t objectify women. I also see no point in having women take money from my pocket because of fantasizing they have any interest in me ! To each their own however.

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  • rock rat
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    Spent one night in Anchorage on my way to the slope, so of course after buying gear my buds wanted to go to some pole dancing place. It was pretty much empty except us at 6pm (but dark in December). Depressing. I stayed for one beer.

    I notice Lab pleads innocence in N America above Mexico. That leaves a whole lot of the world open for sinning.

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  • 99explorer
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    You are very innocent.
    That explains a lot.
    Last edited by 99explorer; 07-04-2022, 11:16 PM.

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  • labrador12
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    Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
    What? No gentlemens' clubs in Alaska?
    I've never patronized Gentleman's Clubs in Alaska. I've never patronized Gentleman's Clubs in the lower 48. I've never patronized Gentleman's Clubs in any Provinces in Canada. I have better places to spend my hard earned cash. You and Hunter should feel free to exploit as many under age sex trafficed girls as you want. That's the America you voted for, Snowhole.

    Let's GO Brandon!!!!

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  • Pmacc60
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    Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
    What? No gentlemens' clubs in Alaska?
    Maybe Rock Rat should have pondered the same question with your post .

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  • 99explorer
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    What? No gentlemens' clubs in Alaska?

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  • labrador12
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    It's hard to not get bug dope on your fly. They bite, you bleed, then they s**t in the hole they made. You end up with little black spots all over your hands and wrists.

    Let's GO Brandon!!!!

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  • labrador12
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    Snagging in fresh water is not permitted. 3 sockeye a day limit. Subsistence permits can use gillnets with a forty fish limit.

    Let's GO Brandon!!!!

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  • jhjimbo
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    Is foul hook prohibited? Is there a limit? Do Native Americans follow regs.?

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  • labrador12
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    Hey Richard, don't worry about me. I've been galavanting around Alaska, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories since 1970. I'll admit that I'm a lot less spry. I do what I want to do. I watch the eagles, make a hundred casts or so, listen to the dog park the invisible bears? Life is as good as it gets for this geezer. Maybe hookup a sockeye? Favorable conditions for me, not for the salmon.

    Let's GO Brandon!!!

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  • bowhunter75richard
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    Originally posted by labrador12 View Post
    I lost a sockeye yesterday morning. I had a nice bright fresh sockeye up to the bank this morning, but the hook pulled out as I was trying to scootch him up on the rocks. Taking the net tomorrow! It's uncommonly warm and the water is low. The fish are backed up in front of a real shallow spot in the river. The whitesox are very energized and are biting way better than the sockeyes. This mornings fish was about 5-6 lbs, gave me a few nice jumps and several strong runs. Needed the drag to hold him.

    Let's GO Brandon!!!!!
    Even a lost fish can bring fantastic excitement ! Glad you are having a good time. Is there no repellent for the pesky whitesox other than a good slap or two ? In order to enjoy your time in Alaska, don’t spend too much time here, just enjoy your solitude ! Good fishing and stay safe !!







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