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Re: Old South and the tiny little iris

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Old South and the tiny little iris
  • From: "Mike Greenfield" redear@infinet.com
  • Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 08:47:23 -0400

Bout them walnuts. You can bag 'em in a tow sack and beat 'em up some pretty good atter you do. Put the sack in a number two wash tub. Cover the sack with some water and weigh it down with a big rock. Wait about a week or two. Take the sack, tub and all, on down to the creek when the water is down kinda low and ain't runnin' too much. Find you a deep hole. Throw in the sack. You ain't never seed like the fish that ul come up.

Smilin' and knowin' sumpin' bout funny fishin',
Bill Burleson 7/8

That's what I call cheatin fishin. Dump the water out of the wash tub on the ground. Hard to believe how many worms will come up. Grab them quick and rinse them off. Then use them to catch the fish legal like.
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