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Old 12-04-2019, 08:01 PM
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Since I post vids once in a while i figure I'll just post them all to this same running thread. Then I don't have to post a new topic every time and fill the board up.

It was a great season this year, but man last year the sockeye fishing was fun. My first season and looking forward to them coming back hopefully in good numbers for 2022 I believe it will be. This was a crazy day out with my dad and brother the day after my third daughter was born. Sockeye makes us crazy... all fish have that effect on us it seems. Haha.

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Old 12-05-2019, 10:36 AM
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Brandon nice Videos. Brother you must be a God at home. I tried going fishing one week after my son was born and almost got killed lol. Good for you
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Old 12-06-2019, 03:02 AM
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Brandon nice Videos. Brother you must be a God at home. I tried going fishing one week after my son was born and almost got killed lol. Good for you
Haha... somehow it was planned perfect. Baby was Due Peak of the Sockeye salmon run that only happens once every 4 years. So I had taken two weeks off. The First time out I took my 39 week pregnant wife and two kids. Then I since the baby was late I just fished every day since I was off. Put in 11 days on the ocean out there. Fished the due date, fished the day before the birth, the day after and like every day after that for the next 4 I believe. I guess the excuse that it only happens once ever four years worked, haha.
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Haha... somehow it was planned perfect. Baby was Due Peak of the Sockeye salmon run that only happens once every 4 years. So I had taken two weeks off. The First time out I took my 39 week pregnant wife and two kids. Then I since the baby was late I just fished every day since I was off. Put in 11 days on the ocean out there. Fished the due date, fished the day before the birth, the day after and like every day after that for the next 4 I believe. I guess the excuse that it only happens once ever four years worked, haha.
That's hilarious. Good for you Brandon . You know only a Doctor could get away with what you did lol. Doctors know best. Congrats on the new little one and awesome fishing. Tight lines
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