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Trying a new diet 254 Views 01/08/15

  I'm wondering if anyone else is having this problem with gaining wintertime weight then having to lose it come springtime. No longer do I fish in the winters and have been gaining weight. Come springtime and throughout summer and fall I work harder than a beast of burden.

  The first month or so is the hardest getting that extra mass moving. As time goes on I'm lighter and can get more done. By fall I'm down to a somewhat decent weight but so wore out I just lay in my bed that I miss so dearly during fishing season. Toiletries and cooking being about the only reason to leave my beloved bed.

  I'm starting to get to the age where I'm not gaining poundage but instead tonnage. This is starting to cause me some concern so I'm trying a new diet that already seems to be working. One thing about commercial fishing, to work like an animal you have to eat like a king. Wintertime I still eat like that king only now I do it differently. I now stand in front of a full length mirror, take all my cloths off, and before I'm done with my meal I'm run off by the restaurant staff.

  I'm a small town kinda guy with few restaurants but I'm sure in a larger city this would be a very successful diet for anyone interested in trying it.

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Fishing with Fishy,,,what a joke! 96 Views 12/08/14

                    Hi my blogger friends, it has been awhile that I've checked in with you.


  Some may remember that I was  to go after my beloved sablefish in July of this year. A routine inspection under my deck found that I had gasoline that had been leaking. Having had as many near death experiences that I care to have, that means cut the deck out, find the problem and fix it. It is just part of boat life and it was just my turn.

Having hated my fishhold I cut that thing out as well [some of it was in the way] and I now have 2 small fishholds that I'll be very proud to carry fish in [if I ever get back out there,lol].


  I'd love to show you some pictures but I can't. I never paid attention to my PC telling me to back up my files, soooo, I am now out some 12,000 pictures [this ain't the Kodak days] and some VERY important files. I almost had it figured out then lost everything. My fishing season was spent repairing my small boat and I have been sitting at home now, licking my wounds and comming up with the idea that I'm going to have to find a JOB to get by this winter.


  I haven't worked in several years, I don't know how. 8 hour days times 5 days a week = 40 hours. I'm used to getting my 40 hours in 2 days when its time to fish. I was gone 7 months this year [at least I did the dishes before I left], my moose must think I've forgotten about them as there is no sign of them being around. Maybe the wolves are farther out in the wilderness, moose come closer to people when wolves get close. At least the weather has been mild with it raining yesterdaay and this morning. Having 5 inches of snow when I got home it may just rain off and that will save me 7 gallons of gas plowing my road. I've enough supplies to last at least 2 months.


  Having toyed with finding a "job" or "work" in the past, it was just that, toyed. This is some real crap this time, my money tree didn't take root [again] and I don't sell or pawn things, Waaa. I do however have my internet back up and running [limping], coffee and cigarettes, and you my blogger friends.


                                                                  Wishing everyone well.

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90 minutes at the watering hole 151 Views 07/25/14

  Hi my blogger friends and others who stop in.


              These last 3 months I've worked hard on repairing miles of nets the size of dental floss. All of this just to pay off last years fishing debt, up grade a few things on my boat and get me started in the next few days to head off to sea yet once again.


            That means there will be a new fishing with fishy blog comming soon. But for now Screw It!


I went to the watering hole armed with a couple of ice cream bars just outside of town. It was Nice to think of Nothing.


  I'm just going to share some pics from today. I hope you enjoy them.

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Home Port 150 Views 12/13/13

  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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Well Well Well, It's Here 77 Views 09/24/13

  Yes my blogger friends,it happened again. 2 days ago this is what I woke to. With the sablefish race still going on [that's a laugh,worse in years], storm warnings every couple of days and the need for those Poor Oil Companys to have more cash that us, we have snow comming down the mountains trying to get to the waterline.




It's time to take a break for a little while, just like the old timmers are doing who are fishing the same fish as I. Being the new kid on the block in this fishery I had to put in the extra effort. Bouncy bouncy is ok if the fish are comming in but when there's water comming over the rails and only empty hooks being landed even this fishy must take a moment and think "Humm".




  It would be nice to have my car in this port but it seems that the ferry boat that could make that happen was damaged on a one of its kind on the whole planet earth part! Now a simple 100 mile drive whereas I'd recieve my car from a friend who loaded it on the ferry has turned into 150 mile drive,airfare out of Anchorage, ferry to Valdez, then drive almost 500 miles back to my boat for a couple of weeks,only to reverse the whole thing when I choose to haul out for the winter, LMAO.




                                                          I LOVE FISHING !!!




  These small coastal towns are Great for guys like me.  Past good deeds for fishermen leads to present good deeds for this fishy. I got a ride home and back, the first time I've seen my place sence leaving it mid April. Wow, my poor moose are so forlorn looking for me. Tracks everywhere but no moose [they might be lost by now :-]




  There's 150 miles of saltwater between my boat trailer and my boat with about 40 miles of it being the open waters of The Gulf of Alaska [little boats only travel in little winds]. 6 weeks of provisions for that trip [we call it "make a deer hunt out of it"]. In truth a 24 hour run is more than enough time. That's down the road somewhere. For now, this fishy is taking a break for however long.





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Fishing with Fishy.Sablefish,the most beautiful fish we have 151 Views 08/16/13

  Hi bloger friends! It's been awhile. I've been Very Busy with my little boat. I have not checked in for many reasons and a lot of them are because I'm out of range,with my camera,and thinking of you once in awhile and fishing. Not being a fast typer I'll post several pictures of where I've been this last month or more. At 10 miles per hour in my little boat I burn 1.1 gallons of gas per mile and I've traveled a few hundred miles this last month.




  That is good though,those poor oil companys NEED those thousands of dollars,not me.I have now found a little patch of ocean that I hope will produce a fair jag for the next 2-4 weeks when the season to legally fish sablefish is expected to end. It's all poundage,when it's caught it's over,the race is on baby. Started July 15th,my buyer likes the few I've caught searching with my mile of groundline and 800 hooks that I fish 2 times a day,up and down.




  No more 4 day trips,I now get to do 7 day trips because of the quality of my fish. The first 4 go to those poor oil companys. The catchs are small with the fish worth lots,get lucky with a hundred hooks with a school swimming through and I'll be a happy Fishy. 4 foot seas beat me up,5 footers and I anchor the end and go hide. 10 footers for the next 2 days but it'll be nice when I go out.

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My Moose Miss Me 51 Views 04/06/13

This roadtrip has been 6 weeks now.My buddy,his humans and I have had a great time and have gotten a lot done but my moose miss me.Hopefully the snow at home is not to deep and I'll be able to drive in all the way because my snowshoes are safe at home,LMAO.




Tomorrow I'll be back with my moose and we will so rejoice together!

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My buddy and I 120 Views 03/05/13

  One day I'll start letting the dust settle on me.Ill get a dog then.Until then I go see my buddy and his humans once in awhile.He's 84 now and still dances like the puppy he was when we first met.

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It's Here 115 Views 10/01/12

Yes,yesterday it showed up halfway down the mountains.It's time to break out those extra layers of cloths.I just love winter fishing.HaHa

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