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    fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Here's bailey, my fishing dog and drinking buddy.

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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Good boy! I'd have a couple with him any day.Hope you get many more happy years with him.Goldens are the best! Give him an extra rub for me.


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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    Here's bailey, my fishing dog and drinking buddy.
    You said you dont drink beer,,Whats your poison then?


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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    You said you dont drink beer,,Whats your poison then?
    Sam Adams.


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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    Here's bailey, my fishing dog and drinking buddy.
    How old is that cool little dude? what flavor of Sam Adams is your favorite?

    Hell no and it aint over now.......

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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Quote Originally Posted by Trouser Trout View Post
    How old is that cool little dude? what flavor of Sam Adams is your favorite?
    Bailey just turned 7.

    As to Sam Adams... Here is a short synopsis of the flavors in the order that I enjoy them...

    1. Boston Lager -- the best beer in the world, unless you include some true microbrews (which Sam Adams is NOT). Saranac's Adirondack Lager is its closest, readily available competitor in my eyes.
    2. Boston Ale -- pretty good ale, not as good as the lager
    3. Irish Red


    Others worth a mention are the blackberry witbier, which for a flavored beer is quite good. The cherry wheat isn't so good, by comparison to the blackberry witbier it tastes like medicine. Any others worth a mention? I don't drink much wheat beer, and I think a lot of Sam Adams' less popular beers are wheat beers, e.g., the coastal wheat and the summer ale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterworker View Post
    Good boy! I'd have a couple with him any day.Hope you get many more happy years with him.Goldens are the best! Give him an extra rub for me.
    Yo, I'd have thought that picture of you and your dog was a postcard!!! That's living!!!!


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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Thanks,unfortunately she's no longer with us.Two years now but she lived the good life over 14 yrs.A leash was foreign to her.Never needed one.A couple words was all she needed.The motorman isn't me,those are both a couple of my best friends.I took the shot.


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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Quote Originally Posted by waterworker View Post
    Thanks,unfortunately she's no longer with us.Two years now but she lived the good life over 14 yrs.A leash was foreign to her.Never needed one.A couple words was all she needed.The motorman isn't me,those are both a couple of my best friends.I took the shot.
    A dog's quality of life is a measure of its owner.

    You get a dog out on a boat like that, it knows damn well that the smart thing is to listen to you.


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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    A dog's quality of life is a measure of its owner.

    You get a dog out on a boat like that, it knows damn well that the smart thing is to listen to you.
    She loved it to.She'd get up in the bow,front feet up,ears blowing back,nose sticking up in the air like the figure on an old sailing ship.No fear at all.Oh,well.Great memories.When you went out the door and said,"wanna go for a ride",she'd run right over to the truck .If you said "wanna go for a ride in the boat",she'd head right for that boat.As long as she was with you,she was happy.Could go on all day just as I'm sure you could do the same.Like I said,goldens are the best!(no offence to others,all dogs are great)


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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Goldens are over-rated. I don't get it. You guys with your goldens... Doesn't make a bit of sense.

    Pictures taken before/after/during fly fishing:
    http://dcabarle.smugmug.com/Sports/F...79119552_XXeHe

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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Quote Originally Posted by dcabarle View Post
    Goldens are over-rated. I don't get it. You guys with your goldens... Doesn't make a bit of sense.
    I recognize the two Goldens in your pic, what kind of a mutt is the third? is he house broken yet?

    Hell no and it aint over now.......

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    Re: fishing dog growing old gracefully

    Quote Originally Posted by Trouser Trout View Post
    I recognize the two Goldens in your pic, what kind of a mutt is the third? is he house broken yet?
    Leave that poor guy alone. I picked him up at a local shelter.

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