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Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby Podcast » Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:54 am

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goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
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what about my mod'd pro-drive........... just messin.


Ya gots one a them too?! Do ya think dual modded PD's will do it?! J/K
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Postby Podcast » Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:56 am

BlackDeath5500 wrote:
koonce727 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:



what about my mod'd pro-drive........... just messin.


The Pro Drive is a very cool boat.... Might have bought that instead of the Excel F4 with Black Death 5500. My MB does all the things I need it to do so I do not have any complaints and it goes anywhere. No reverse is only a minor inconvenience me...


That's what my bud thought this past weekend til he was up a slough 300 yards and took 3 hours ta push out.
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:58 am

Podcast wrote:Actually the avoiding pissing people off part wasn't there.


I know what I wrote. It was there. Just admit that telling someone to get run over by a train was probably not the best response to a very simple, straight forward question that anyone who is new to the area would ask. Are we cool? :thumbsup:
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:00 pm

Podcast wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
koonce727 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:



what about my mod'd pro-drive........... just messin.


The Pro Drive is a very cool boat.... Might have bought that instead of the Excel F4 with Black Death 5500. My MB does all the things I need it to do so I do not have any complaints and it goes anywhere. No reverse is only a minor inconvenience me...


That's what my bud thought this past weekend til he was up a slough 300 yards and took 3 hours ta push out.


I have not experienced that problem and I have been in some serious mudd...
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby JuniorPre 360 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:07 pm

BlackDeath5500 wrote:I know what I wrote. It was there. Just admit that telling someone to get run over by a train was probably not the best response to a very simple, straight forward question that anyone who is new to the area would ask.

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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:09 pm

CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby guywithhat » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:14 pm

JuniorPre 360 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:I know what I wrote. It was there. Just admit that telling someone to get run over by a train was probably not the best response to a very simple, straight forward question that anyone who is new to the area would ask.

This is something worth putting in a sig



A BAD DAY AT POOL 9 GETTING RAN OVER BY A TRAIN BEATS A GOOD DAY AT WORK.


:yes: sorry... couldn't help my self...
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:14 pm

JuniorPre 360 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:I know what I wrote. It was there. Just admit that telling someone to get run over by a train was probably not the best response to a very simple, straight forward question that anyone who is new to the area would ask.

This is something worth putting in a sig


I like your pic....
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:20 pm

guywithhat wrote:
JuniorPre 360 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:I know what I wrote. It was there. Just admit that telling someone to get run over by a train was probably not the best response to a very simple, straight forward question that anyone who is new to the area would ask.

This is something worth putting in a sig



A BAD DAY AT POOL 9 GETTING RAN OVER BY A TRAIN BEATS A GOOD DAY AT WORK.


:yes: sorry... couldn't help my self...


LOL - just updated my signature.
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Postby Podcast » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:31 pm

BlackDeath5500 wrote:
Podcast wrote:Actually the avoiding pissing people off part wasn't there.


I know what I wrote. It was there. Just admit that telling someone to get run over by a train was probably not the best response to a very simple, straight forward question that anyone who is new to the area would ask. Are we cool? :thumbsup:


If ya had wrote what ya know ya wrote there wouldn't be 6 people thinkin ya wrote somethin else and havin a say in this too. But yes. We are cool.
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Postby Podcast » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:32 pm

JuniorPre 360 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:I know what I wrote. It was there. Just admit that telling someone to get run over by a train was probably not the best response to a very simple, straight forward question that anyone who is new to the area would ask.

This is something worth putting in a sig


Lol! No chit!
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Postby Podcast » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:40 pm

BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Lol!! This keeps gettin better!! It is duck "hunting". Hunting doesn't mean knowing where ta go. One of the meanings is actually to pursue or seek out game. Furthermore it's finding out where ta go.
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:49 pm

Podcast wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
Podcast wrote:Actually the avoiding pissing people off part wasn't there.


I know what I wrote. It was there. Just admit that telling someone to get run over by a train was probably not the best response to a very simple, straight forward question that anyone who is new to the area would ask. Are we cool? :thumbsup:


If ya had wrote what ya know ya wrote there wouldn't be 6 people thinkin ya wrote somethin else and havin a say in this too. But yes. We are cool.


That only means that 6 people can't read and I can't stop people from thinking or I would. Look at it this way, I have a really cool signature now thanks to you...

Whats with the "ya" thing?
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:52 pm

Podcast wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Lol!! This keeps gettin better!! It is duck "hunting". Hunting doesn't mean knowing where ta go. One of the meanings is actually to pursue or seek out game. Furthermore it's finding out where ta go.


This is getting better by the minute. To hunt ducks, you need to go where the ducks are....Are you following?
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby CutEm214 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:54 pm

BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Nah, I think I'll make the request to change it to CyberScoutersChat.com. Thanks for the suggestion. :fingerhead:
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Postby Podcast » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:05 pm

Lol^^^^
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby guywithhat » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:08 pm

maps or GPS coordinates?
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Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby Podcast » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:24 pm

BlackDeath5500 wrote:
Podcast wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Lol!! This keeps gettin better!! It is duck "hunting". Hunting doesn't mean knowing where ta go. One of the meanings is actually to pursue or seek out game. Furthermore it's finding out where ta go.


This is getting better by the minute. To hunt ducks, you need to go where the ducks are....Are you following?


Sure am. I'd start with where ya see em when yer scouting.
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:25 pm

CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Nah, I think I'll make the request to change it to CyberScoutersChat.com. Thanks for the suggestion. :fingerhead:


After I do my recon mission to pool 9, am I still a CyberScouter? If I marry my sister, remove all but my front teeth, and move to rural Wisconsin, can I become a **** and harass people who want to hunt on Pool 9? - just a joke - :eek:
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby koonce727 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:36 pm

CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Nah, I think I'll make the request to change it to CyberScoutersChat.com. Thanks for the suggestion. :fingerhead:



So your saying I need to get on the Deer hunting forums and ask where the big bucks are, Im sure that would go down well. Wait I bet they tell me where to kill those big bucks.
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby koonce727 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:38 pm

BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Nah, I think I'll make the request to change it to CyberScoutersChat.com. Thanks for the suggestion. :fingerhead:


After I do my recon mission to pool 9, am I still a CyberScouter? If I marry my sister, remove all but my front teeth, and move to rural Wisconsin, can I become a **** and harass people who want to hunt on Pool 9? - just a joke - :eek:



NO, because you still would have a Mud buddy.......
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby CutEm214 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:40 pm

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

At this point I'm not sure who that is more applicable to...me or the infinite multitude of cyber scouters.

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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby guywithhat » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:42 pm

BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Nah, I think I'll make the request to change it to CyberScoutersChat.com. Thanks for the suggestion. :fingerhead:


After I do my recon mission to pool 9, am I still a CyberScouter? If I marry my sister, remove all but my front teeth, and move to rural Wisconsin, can I become a **** and harass people who want to hunt on Pool 9? - just a joke - :eek:


depends.. on a scale of 1-3... how many teeth does yer sister gots?
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:43 pm

koonce727 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Nah, I think I'll make the request to change it to CyberScoutersChat.com. Thanks for the suggestion. :fingerhead:


After I do my recon mission to pool 9, am I still a CyberScouter? If I marry my sister, remove all but my front teeth, and move to rural Wisconsin, can I become a **** and harass people who want to hunt on Pool 9? - just a joke - :eek:



NO, because you still would have a Mud buddy.......


LOL - I can't argue with that...
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Re: Mississippi - Pool 9

Postby BlackDeath5500 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:48 pm

guywithhat wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
CutEm214 wrote:
BlackDeath5500 wrote:
goodkarmarising wrote:I'm sure they can help you scout, instead of coming on here.


Wild horses could not drag me away from Pool 9...deal with it.
:biggrin:


Nor will they drag away the hundreds of new "Pool 9'ers" you have attracted with this thread. Have fun "dealing with it." :hi:


Sorry, I thought this was a forum for duck hunting. Part of duck hunting is knowing where to go. I have a suggestion, why don't you write a note to the Webmaster to change the internet address to NOTduckhuntingchat.com.


Nah, I think I'll make the request to change it to CyberScoutersChat.com. Thanks for the suggestion. :fingerhead:


After I do my recon mission to pool 9, am I still a CyberScouter? If I marry my sister, remove all but my front teeth, and move to rural Wisconsin, can I become a **** and harass people who want to hunt on Pool 9? - just a joke - :eek:


depends.. on a scale of 1-3... how many teeth does yer sister gots?


She has a full set of teeth but is in the duece and a half range. Your call...
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