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Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by billybob, Feb 18, 2021.

  1. billybob

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    The Schooner, the better.

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    Hi.
     
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  2. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    I miss schooner....:beer2:


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  3. HairyAss

    Cheese on Toast

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    Howdy :hello:
     
  5. Boots

    www.reality-check.ca

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    neighbor brought me back some at Christmas. been saving it as long as possible.
     
  8. HairyAss

    Cheese on Toast

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    Mia aging Schooner what you do to make it palatable? I’ve never figured it out.
     
  9. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    Can't tell if typo or hacked....

    Anyways...

    I miss schooner, even though it was never my go to. But I did enjoy it from time to time. That and I'd love an Olands.
     
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  10. RoryTate

    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    I haven't had a feed of Olands or Schooner in over a year. When I get into the province, I come home with a couple two fours.
     
  11. LMAC

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    its what happens when you move you go home and bring it back even if you never drank it
     
  12. Wayne

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    I don't mind the odd schooner here and there
     
  13. RoryTate

    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    I can get Kieth's across the country, yet I don't drink it that much. I drank Vitamin O for years before moving out, but these days I prefer the Schoons. That's what I get for drinking more light beer crap.
     
  14. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    you're in quebec? why need schooner when you have labatt 50??
     
  15. RoryTate

    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    Labatt 50 is closer to Ten Penny, and I drink 50 more than Keith's.
     
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    Great fishin’ in Quebec!
     
  17. LMAC

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    I never drink Kieth's i can also get it as well but then again a neighbor is often going to gatineau for cheep beer so i just drink stella or something like that that the beer king has on sale 24 for 31 bucks or something
     
  18. RoryTate

    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    Just a km from home I can catch channel & bullhead catfish, smallmouth, redhorse, pike, & muskies in the Rigaud River. A little further out I can catch those and sunfish, perch, crappie, walleye, carp, sturgeon, salmonoids, etc. etc. in the Ottawa River. It's a far cry from the list of species I could catch fresh water growing up in CB.
     
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    I will just leave this here:lol2:

    Who doesn't loves fishin' in Kwee-bec?

     
  20. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    I loves me some letterkenny!
     
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    Out of all that, I understood “perch”. Sorry :happysad:

    Arent sunfish those big flat bastards?
     
  22. RoryTate

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    The salt water ones are.

    The fresh water ones are just little panfish.
     
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    Bluegills, Crappies, Pumpkinseeds. They are fun little fish on light gear.
     
  24. Wayne

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    And perch taste amazing...very flaky white fish
     
  25. Wayne

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    Damn...we got good fishing here, but our species is much more limited
     
  26. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    But so full of bones.
     
  27. Wayne

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    I've not had that issue at all, they are super easy to filet.
     
  28. Grifter

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    I must be doing something wrong.... Lol. Never had the issue with any other fish.
     
  29. Wayne

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    I know chain pickerel are a bone nightmare, but there is a trick to them too.
     
  30. billybob

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    The Schooner, the better.

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    Sturgeon you say?

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  31. billybob

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    The Schooner, the better.

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    Nuttin. You?
     
  32. 17

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    teenage dirtbag

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    photoshopped. youre not even pointing.
     
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  33. KMD

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    I am betting the Wack? :lol:
    Chilliwack
    That's a beauty.
     

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