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Posted on Fri, Dec 13, 2013 17:28

  Hi my blogger friends. I know that I'm very late checking in, like a couple of months. Wow, I kept meaning to check in but, wellll.

 

  I made my ocean crossing almost a month ago and am safe on my trailer for the winter. 3 1/2 months, hundreds of miles, thousands in gasoline, ten of thousands hooks fished, and all that work just to go in the hole.

 

  I can.t  wait until July of next year to go after those sablefish again!

 

  I'm not online much these days, maybe that 16 seconds of daylight soon to come will help. After this bitter North wind  lets up I can winterize Lazy Jane and go home, mid April was a long time ago.

 

  I'm wishing everyone the best and I truly will  try getting online a little more often.


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Posted on Fri, Jan 03, 2014 10:35

Quoting Linglit:

Love the pictures, thanks for sharing!  :-)  Happy Holidays everyone!



Thanks Linglit. Keep up the healthy workout, it's working just fine.

 

  Oh look! 9:30 A M and it's starting to get light. A couple of more months in my nest and I'll be all rested up to fish another year.


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Posted on Fri, Jan 03, 2014 10:18

Without zoom.


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Posted on Fri, Jan 03, 2014 09:54

Quoting Curious2078:

HAPPY NEW YEAR, FISHY.  HAPPY NEW YEAR INDEED.



  Thank You Pat. Happy New Year to you also. Had a few friends to Trumpeter the new year in with.


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Posted on Mon, Dec 30, 2013 17:16

Quoting fishyme:

  Hi my blogger friends. I know that I'm very late checking in, like a couple of months. Wow, I kept meaning to check in but, wellll.

 

  I made my ocean crossing almost a month ago and am safe on my trailer for the winter. 3 1/2 months, hundreds of miles, thousands in gasoline, ten of thousands hooks fished, and all that work just to go in the hole.

 

  I can.t  wait until July of next year to go after those sablefish again!

 

  I'm not online much these days, maybe that 16 seconds of daylight soon to come will help. After this bitter North wind  lets up I can winterize Lazy Jane and go home, mid April was a long time ago.

 

  I'm wishing everyone the best and I truly will  try getting online a little more often.



HAPPY NEW YEAR, FISHY.  HAPPY NEW YEAR INDEED.



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Posted on Fri, Dec 27, 2013 18:08

Love the pictures, thanks for sharing!  :-)  Happy Holidays everyone!



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Posted on Thu, Dec 19, 2013 01:37

Quoting fishyme:

  Dak, I only have a small Merccrusier 305 Chevy with an alpha 1 outdrive. In the week that I took, weathered in from time to time, the temperature had dropped, fall is gone and here is winter, that fast this year. My summer stove fuel on the dock was only no.2 diesel and had jelled on me, built up soot around my oven and, ignited before I had my first cup of coffee finished. I've a 1 gallon tank inside on a bulkhead as a pre-heater now.



I'm assuming that your 305 is not fuel injected (has a carburetor?).  I figured you had a diesel.  I'm a gear-head so that's why I asked the question.  As for the stove, I was thinking it was oil-fired and was like a boiler, but I figured out from the photos that I was wrong.  I'm just a very curious person by nature, it's how I learn.



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Posted on Wed, Dec 18, 2013 16:46

Quoting Dakota35:

What kind of engines on your boat?  How did the stove catch fire? 



  Dak, I only have a small Merccrusier 305 Chevy with an alpha 1 outdrive. In the week that I took, weathered in from time to time, the temperature had dropped, fall is gone and here is winter, that fast this year. My summer stove fuel on the dock was only no.2 diesel and had jelled on me, built up soot around my oven and, ignited before I had my first cup of coffee finished. I've a 1 gallon tank inside on a bulkhead as a pre-heater now.


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Posted on Wed, Dec 18, 2013 16:24

  Pat, Here's some brown puppy dog eyes for you. Even little Remi is smart enough not to travel with me, let alone a girlfriend, lol. And to think Liv was talking about us all going fishing next summer _____ " Barbecue ON fishy's boat, not fishy's boat".

 

  March is gonig to be the next venture, more hooks only after Pacific cod this time. No real money in them but there are lots and it's something to fish until this summer. Shrimp, Sablefish and hopefully salmon for the warm months is plan A, lmao, plan B seems normal. Where's that Hoping4Love lady she knows the drill?

 

  I'm Hoping [snicker] Hoping's sea time is going much better than my has been, even on her big giant ships your just a tiny speck on the ocean. So here's the best of luck to you Hoping4Love!

 

  Glad you like the pictures Pat, I'll wing a few more on here in the next few days.


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Posted on Tue, Dec 17, 2013 19:42

Quoting Diana3316:

Hey Pat!  Where ya been???  Dak and I have been trying to keep folks entertained....but we're getting worn out!  Com'on girl!!  :))


Are you talking about me?  How many Pats are on here?  So I assume it's me you're talking about.

 

I've been busy...sigh.  Far too busy to check in much.  But I'm here tonight and enjoying Fishy's blog.  Wonderful shots, especially of that new beagle he's acquired. 

 

And what a dangerous life Fishy lives.  Far too dangerous for me to even think about.  No wonder he can't find a girlfriend!  Not too many lasses would want to live the life he's living, I'm afraid.

 

HEY FISHY!!!  Love your pics, I'm terribly impressed with what you do for a living--but boy, oh, boy, does it scare the bejeezus out of me. 

 

Glad you're back home safe in port.  And I, like you, can't wait for spring.  I've had enough of winter this year to last a lifetime.  LOL

 

Pat



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Posted on Mon, Dec 16, 2013 02:34

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  Lol Dak, Sometimes I question my passion. Got in late on a Friday night, Monday morning I was going to be pulled out on my trailer. Sunday morning I turned up the oil stove while having my morning coffee only to have a runaway fire onboard. These things happen on boats but its still a bummer of a way to start the day. By Tuesday I had rebuilt and repaired my stove and have been warm and toasty ever sence. I've replaced the 2 used fire extinguisher's and am back up to 4 onboard not counting the 1 large automatic one in the engine box.

 

     ​        ​        ​        ​        ​    Welcome back baby !!!   LMAO



What kind of engines on your boat?  How did the stove catch fire? 



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Posted on Sun, Dec 15, 2013 16:49

Quoting Dakota35:

Hey Fishy, 

Fishing must be a job of passion for you if "going in the hole" is a common occurrence.  Glad to see that you are safe and back around on the blogs.  I always enjoy your photos.



  Lol Dak, Sometimes I question my passion. Got in late on a Friday night, Monday morning I was going to be pulled out on my trailer. Sunday morning I turned up the oil stove while having my morning coffee only to have a runaway fire onboard. These things happen on boats but its still a bummer of a way to start the day. By Tuesday I had rebuilt and repaired my stove and have been warm and toasty ever sence. I've replaced the 2 used fire extinguisher's and am back up to 4 onboard not counting the 1 large automatic one in the engine box.

 

     ​        ​        ​        ​        ​    Welcome back baby !!!   LMAO


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Posted on Sun, Dec 15, 2013 16:27

  Thanks everybody. Lazy has been on her trailer for the last 4 weeks now. I don't know if she just wanted to get home or really get away from me but she purred like a kitten, faster and faster the closer we got to home port.

 

  We have been 10,000 times beyound what Lazy was built for this summer/fall. The motor and drivetrain working like a dream the whole time.

 

  I meant a new friend while waiting 6 weeks for just the right weather to cross the Gulf of Alaska in my little boat. Remi is his name and what a handful a Beagle is but also what a joy.


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Posted on Sun, Dec 15, 2013 11:07

Hey Pat!  Where ya been???  Dak and I have been trying to keep folks entertained....but we're getting worn out!  Com'on girl!!  :))



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Posted on Sun, Dec 15, 2013 11:03

Selfie of my legs.  lolol *wink*  This is what happens to me in winter.


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Posted on Sat, Dec 14, 2013 19:25

Amazing shot.  Looks like a scary sea for sure.



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Posted on Sat, Dec 14, 2013 19:24

Hi, Fishy.  I hope you're safe in harbor for the winter.  Sounds like you had a tough haul. 

 

A Merry Christmas to you, and a Happy, Happy New Year!!!!

 

Pat



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Posted on Sat, Dec 14, 2013 19:23

Stunning photo, Diana.  Stunning indeed.  Looks a lot like the shots our myriad of photographers around here are always getting.  Wonderful, wonderful pic.



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Posted on Sat, Dec 14, 2013 17:09

Hey Fishy, 

Fishing must be a job of passion for you if "going in the hole" is a common occurrence.  Glad to see that you are safe and back around on the blogs.  I always enjoy your photos.



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Posted on Sat, Dec 14, 2013 11:04

We've been missing you Fishy!!!  So glad you are home safe.  Come play some reindeer games with us!  *wink*  :))


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