Better yet...just bring it with you.bubba said:Put down the bong and pick up the stick
DockRat said:WFOLove78,WFOLove78 said:To Allcoast!
They WSB are around. Hit and miss, Ghosts.
I am happy when they avoid hooks and nets.
They also go shallow and hang out. Last year I saw 7 WSB in 3' of water inside the Port, all over 20lbs. They also swim behind the Bonito in the port. Found 3 - 4'ers tagging behind a school of bones
in the same channel for 4 days.
Love your replys always. LMFAO...where do you find these pics etc? Don't ever change brother!:tu:
With all respect..it was WWII Oldtimer. Richard "Dic" Bong led all american pilots with 40 kills. He was killed while testing a P-80 over North Hollywood shortly after the bombing of Hiroshima. He was a recipient of the medal of honor to boot. Loved WWII planes as a kid. My favorite was Gregory "Pappy" Boyington.Oldtimer said:8)
The Bong recreation area in Wisconsin is a multiuse recreational area used for hiking, fishing, hunting, horses, and dog training and tests.
It was named after "Richard Bong" who was America's biggest flying ace during WWI. While not quite the red baron, the guy could fly! It was supposed to be a USAF fighter base, but was abandoned right before it happened. The savvy citizens of Wisconsin took it over, and turned it into a cool recreational area (4500 acres) just 40 miles southwest of Milwaukee.
No dope is allowed in this state area.
Where were you in the 70s Tom?? A bong is a type of water pipe used to smoke dope (or a WWII ace pilot ) and I assume the reference to stick means a fishing pole and not thai stick.captn_tom said:
I actually know what "WFO" means and where it originated from:DockRat said:
Exactly what I meant Kerry.8)reddog said:Where were you in the 70s Tom?? A bong is a type of water pipe used to smoke dope (or a WWII ace pilot ) and I assume the reference to stick means a fishing pole and not thai stick.captn_tom said: