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Originally Posted by RainDog View Post
A few thoughts:

3) If you are catfish fishing, Texas tradition demands you stay awake all night drinking Lone Star, so you will be awake even if your anchor drags.
You so have to come over to Austin. The admiral and I would love to fish with you... considering you understand the "traditions".

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