Jul 8, 2009

In case you live under a rock....a dry rock

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Dottie is dead, so why not?


  1. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

  2. For the record, I moderated Sugar Free's comment because I felt it was more spam than anything else. I'm still a liberal guy, but I won't accept spam.

    Sugar Free, if you leave another comment it will signify to me I misinterpreted your comment. You may actually read this blog regularly and perhaps you weren't leaving spam like comments on every blog you got to. Your magnificent return will get your comment un-deleted and garner endless apologies from the "blog administrator."

  3. Hi Cliff, I posted a comment on the other blog where you said I was spam. I am a real person, not spam, and my site is a real site. I know it must upset you that someone in delaware knows about bass fishing, but I do. Go ahead and delete this as well. Tight lines, Steve
    Delaware Trophy Bass http://delawaretrophybass.com

  4. Guess it depends on your definition of "spam." From a human or robot, to me spam is unsolicited advertisements that offer little less than a link.

    Commenting on blogs is a good way for us bloggers to get the word out about how our blogs are better than everyone else's. So I agree there is a fine line.

    I guess it boils down to my feelings that blog comments are for comments. If people are interested in what you say, they might click through to your site. No need to post comments on many sites using many logins that provide no real personality at all.

    Steve, you are more than welcome to hang out at lunkerhunt and drum up traffic the old fashioned way.

    How long has Delaware had bass? I thought bass (at whitetails) only lived in Illinois.

  5. Pretty funny Cliff, I dont need any business since I dont sell anything. Lol But you are welcome to use any articles or whatever I have that you may want to use here. I have been retired since 2006, and I just chase trophy largemouth now for fun. Tight lines, Steve

  6. UPDATE FROM JAPAN!! 7/30/09

    I wrote to the Japanese agency responsible for certifying the catch and here is their response.

    The angler submitted a world record application to Japan Game Fish

    Association. We are in the process of checking it; as soon as it is

    confirmed of its validity, the application will be forwarded to the IGFA for a

    world record. Because it was a very important catch, we need to take

    enough time to make sure everything is correct and IGFA-legal.

    Best regards,

    Tsutomu Wakabayashi

    Secretary-General, Japan Game Fish Association (JGFA)

    Asahi Bldg. 2F, 1-11-2 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

    150-0013 JAPAN


    Fax. :81-3-5423-6023

    E-mail: japan@jgfa.or.jp



Clif reserves the right to delete your comment if he is so inclined, but he is a pretty liberal guy so post away and see what happens.