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Post by JB on Tue Apr 15, 2008 7:28 am

BigHorn WBY wrote:I am with JB on the sea-sickness ordeal but get no relief from Dramamine or Bonine. I am okay as long as there is action, but if we are drifting or waiting with a rolling sea, F-O-R-G-E-T it.......puke city

Boy, that sure brings back some bad memories. Admittedly, Dramamine is questionable for me too. I need it in higher doses and well before the trip. Airplanes and Dramamine work much better together. Standing in moving water with a fly rod in my hand is perfectly fine.

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Post by BigHorn WBY on Mon Apr 14, 2008 11:57 pm

Way cool. I have fished for Salmon and slime balls (Lake Trout) on Lake Ontario many times when living back that way.
I am with JB on the sea-sickness ordeal but get no relief from Dramamine or Bonine. I am okay as long as there is action, but if we are drifting or waiting with a rolling sea, F-O-R-G-E-T it.......puke city
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Post by KingCobraTX on Mon Apr 14, 2008 7:03 pm

The "money" fish won me 500 bucks Very Happy That is me in the pic...I'm the silver one on the right..LOL
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Post by JB on Mon Apr 14, 2008 6:43 pm

Very nice there, Cory!! A 42 pounder is definitely a money fish by my standards. I haven't been salmon fishing since I moved away from the Great lakes area. I have to admit that sea-sickness is an affliction of mine and I'm thankful for Dramamine!

BTW, is that a photo of you? Very Happy

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Post by KingCobraTX on Thu Apr 10, 2008 10:56 pm

This pic is from our annual salmon fishing trip off the coast of Washington state...It's usually my dad and a couple of his former co-workers. It's always a fun time and keeps us in salmon for much of the year Very Happy The one on the left was my "money-fish" for the trip and weighed in at 42 pounds Shocked
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