Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Old Man, Jan 9, 2014.
Enlightened had one like it when I moved in. It bit me once....you're surprisingly accurate on distance, OMJ.
Any pike or muskie in your area?
Hey, don't discount the size of the critter... don't forget the attack rabbit from "In Search of the Holly Grail". Small and fuzzy could be a monster in waiting.
You'll need a Holly Hand Grenade to take it out....
Yah, Jim, you talk like some kind of tough stuff. I am willing to bet that little guy already owns you and that's not a bad thing.
That dog is thinking.... how did i end up with blue haired lady and a grumpy old goat. I wanted a little girl for xmas and i got these two.
That would've had "DINNER" written all over it to my Siamese cat...
The funny thing is (and a big reason we love them) dogs purely play the hand they're dealt. No ego. None. They learn the members of their pack and move forward with no presumptions or games. Agape.
But then you knew that because of your answer.
If it can swim it would make a good strike indicator!
Well since were on the topic ...this is my 25 yard dog. As a die hard Lab and Husky guy, I have to admit this little nerd really has some personality and smarts. I am tempted to put him in the kayak or the tube and let him chill. He has gumption.
Sorry for the Semi Hijack OM...but us little dog people got to stick together
I'm with you, we own two labs and a husky, but your little guy and old man's new pup are cool looking little dogs! But I am a dog guy, I think they are all cool.
Ok, since we are now posting pics here are our two. The extremes of the dog world. On the left; 12 pound Chihuahua mix. On the right; 195 pound Newfoundland.
Well we have three little dogs here, One does nothing but bark, The other two follow me around like I'm the Pied Piper or something like that. Little dogs are a blast. They are like a little watch dog. They don't let strangers in your house.
It looks like a Bear with a long tail. I love big dogs but can't have one as my yard is way to small to handle one.
Hell, Old Man, Dillon MT doesn't have any strangers....in Montana a stranger is just a methhead you haven't met yet...or something like that.
I wish I could get mad but that is kinda funny.
No one has brought into question Jim's ability to kick anything a distance of 25 yards. At 77-78 I would estimate his pint sized pooch kicking ability at about 5.25 yards, give or take a .25 yard factor.
It was totally meant to be funny, I have had cats over the years too...
Roper, I know you were trying to be funny. I mean, its written all over your face.