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Old 11-16-2012, 10:04   #1
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Have You Ever Been Fishing Like This?

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Old 11-16-2012, 10:55   #2
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Old 11-16-2012, 11:17   #3
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Awesome quote here.....

After one of the officers grabbed a blanket from his car and wrapped him up, ''we hauled him off to jail and got him some nice dry warm jail clothing,'' said La Porte County Police Sgt. Ron Heeg.
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Old 11-16-2012, 12:21   #4
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Mollenhauer said a paddle boat found along the shoreline was used to reach Robinson, who, after hanging on and being pulled a short distance, climbed into the watercraft.
Should have left him to swim to shore, then snatched him up.
No telling how violent he would have become in the boat.
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Old 11-16-2012, 13:17   #5
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Should have left him to swim to shore, then snatched him up.
No telling how violent he would have become in the boat.
You can wait for them to tire from swimming and then retrieve them into the boat. Sometimes talking about sharks/alligators helps. It depends on fresh or salt water.

They always want to go under water when you approach. Take the motor out of gear and float up to them and play wack a mole.
If they are combative and circumstances dictate, get close and grab them by the hair and put the boat in reverse. It works.


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You can wait for them to tire from swimming and then retrieve them into the boat. Sometimes talking about sharks/alligators helps. It depends on fresh or salt water.

They always want to go under water when you approach. Take the motor out of gear and float up to them and play wack a mole.
If they are combative and circumstances dictate, get close and grab them by the hair and put the boat in reverse. It works.


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Old 11-16-2012, 17:16   #8
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We had two guys take to water on one of our officers on Wednesday night. They made it across the river and we were unable to find them. It was 35 degrees outside and he had tried to stop them after observing them riding their bikes in all black clothing with backpacks at 0300. We thought they might have been burglars, but a recovered backpack had transient-type stuff in it. Very odd because the bums don't run in the first place, and definitely never to that extent.
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We had two guys take to water on one of our officers on Wednesday night. They made it across the river and we were unable to find them. It was 35 degrees outside and he had tried to stop them after observing them riding their bikes in all black clothing with backpacks at 0300. We thought they might have been burglars, but a recovered backpack had transient-type stuff in it. Very odd because the bums don't run in the first place, and definitely never to that extent.
You sure they made it across the river?
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You sure they made it across the river?
Tracks up the other side and clothes and backpack recovered on the other side, well up the bank. It's not that deep right now, and not much of a current, so aside from being dangerously cold, it's do-able.
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Tracks up the other side and clothes and backpack recovered on the other side, well up the bank. It's not that deep right now, and not much of a current, so aside from being dangerously cold, it's do-able.
Wow. I'm impressed with the dedication.
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