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Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury #12478732
10/25/17 09:14 PM
10/25/17 09:14 PM
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Granbury, TX
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Poor guy couldn't catch a break that day.

Re: Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury [Re: bbassfishes] #12484313
10/30/17 03:15 PM
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Nice Video!

Re: Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury [Re: bbassfishes] #12491455
11/04/17 04:47 AM
11/04/17 04:47 AM
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Northeast, Texas
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Could have been a horrible accident, he steps on the rods with both feet where the hook keepers are with no shoes on. What would have happened if he had gotten two or three hooks from different lures stuck in his feet and went in the water with all those rods tangled together? This nearly happened to me a long time ago, I still have night mares about it. I was in 25ft of water. Just a thought about wearing shoes in the boat, glad you are ok.

Re: Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury [Re: bbassfishes] #12491715
11/04/17 03:05 PM
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Justin, Texas
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Its happened to lots of people!

Re: Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury [Re: bbassfishes] #12494123
11/06/17 05:09 PM
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Fort Worth, Tx
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Until getting on this site and seeing all of the "How To" videos, I have never seen so many people fishing without shoes on. What is with that? And their cluttered deck with all of the poles....?

Re: Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury [Re: Justin DuBose] #12500040
11/11/17 03:04 PM
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Originally Posted By: Justin DuBose
Its happened to lots of people!





Plus #1. Me included. hammer

Re: Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury [Re: basshunter1] #12500132
11/11/17 05:31 PM
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Originally Posted By: basshunter1
Could have been a horrible accident, he steps on the rods with both feet where the hook keepers are with no shoes on. What would have happened if he had gotten two or three hooks from different lures stuck in his feet and went in the water with all those rods tangled together? This nearly happened to me a long time ago, I still have night mares about it. I was in 25ft of water. Just a thought about wearing shoes in the boat, glad you are ok.


That is exactly why I wear shoes on the boat. I won't even do flip-flops. I cringe at the thought of a worst case scenario as you described. The one time I went out, my boat hung up as I was trying to get out of timber via the TM with a storm over-taking us. I hit a rotted off trunk. The bruising was so bad the weekend trip ended right then, and I did not fully heal for weeks.

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Re: Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury [Re: Justin DuBose] #12503475
11/14/17 08:09 PM
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Originally Posted By: Justin DuBose
Its happened to lots of people!






It happened to me on Amistad. First time and hopefully the only time. thumb




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Re: Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury [Re: bbassfishes] #12504068
11/15/17 11:02 AM
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Been there and done that.


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Re: Partner takes a bath on Lake Granbury [Re: bbassfishes] #12504990
11/16/17 03:29 AM
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The guy saved the fish and rods first. That’s a true friend. Oh and erasing my C drive for me when I die.

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