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Old 10-03-2014, 09:20 PM   #61
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Greg, i think you need to invite me to every outing you go on(killing white bass, halibut and yellowtail) to ensure you have a buddy incase you go unconscious.

seriously Please invite me!
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Old 10-03-2014, 10:04 PM   #62
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Greg, i think you need to invite me to every outing you go on(killing white bass, halibut and yellowtail) to ensure you have a buddy incase you go unconscious.

seriously Please invite me!
I used to think I was crazy when I fished twice a week, then I met Greg
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Old 10-04-2014, 05:16 AM   #63
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You gonna hit the local pool and practice deck ups?
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Old 10-04-2014, 09:20 AM   #64
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Maybe you should add weight to a lower (second rung) on your ladder.Just a couple ounce's of lead.Then it will hang down straight.
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Old 10-04-2014, 09:26 AM   #65
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Maybe add weight to a lower second rung.Just a couple ounce's of lead.Then it will hang down straight.
or re enter from the side where you have the most leverage and two big ass handles to pull yourself up.

I like how there was no mention of the Diver who helped out. he kept you calm and stabilized your boat while you slinked your way up the back. who knows what would have happened if you didn't have that PFD on. Btw, the foam vests won't choke you and some act as a fishing vest to store pliers, knifes, lights etc.
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Old 10-04-2014, 08:01 PM   #66
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Is it possible to show how you have the rope to flip your PA back over and the ladder system you came up with. It would help when trying to explain this to my dad who has flipped his before. Thanks in advance and I'm glad your ok.


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Old 10-04-2014, 08:07 PM   #67
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I must have skipped page 2. I seen the ladder. Thanks


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Old 10-05-2014, 11:42 PM   #68
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Glad your safe

Just got back from trout fishing at Convict Lake for a week and read about your incident.
I'm glad your OK. Getting back into a PA can be a challange for us BIG boys. Your post and the video will be a good learning experience for those that are less prepared than you were.
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Old 10-06-2014, 02:45 AM   #69
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Glad you made it back save....I spear fish along with fishing in my kayak, dive fins are my safety feature. There on the back of my kayak at all times if I go into the water there the first things I put on. No problem getting back in any kayak with dive fins.i am a big boy to 265 worst scenario I'll swim in....
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or re enter from the side where you have the most leverage and two big ass handles to pull yourself up.

I like how there was no mention of the Diver who helped out. he kept you calm and stabilized your boat while you slinked your way up the back. who knows what would have happened if you didn't have that PFD on. Btw, the foam vests won't choke you and some act as a fishing vest to store pliers, knifes, lights etc.
What video were you watching?

Tony had his PA flipped over before Rick the diver showed up to the scene. Also, who do you think recovered all of the stuff that was floating around? It wasn't Nemo. As far as PFD's go, Tony wears that PFD for a reason.
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What video were you watching?

Tony had his PA flipped over before Rick the diver showed up to the scene. Also, who do you think recovered all of the stuff that was floating around? It wasn't Nemo. As far as PFD's go, Tony wears that PFD for a reason.
uh, the one posted in the other thread with the guy almost capsizing his kayak, again.
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