July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby Glacier » Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:52 am

SardisBCwxman wrote:Just unreal all 13 were resucued from that cave in Thailand with help from a diver from Langley, sad that one Thai seal diver lost his life.

Pretty crazy what they had to go through! Not shown on these pictures is that they had to have pumps running full tilt to keep the water levels low in certain areas.


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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby Canada Goose » Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:57 am

SardisBCwxman wrote:December?

Oh yeah!

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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby Canada Goose » Wed Jul 11, 2018 10:33 am

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Yesterday, 30.0C in Baker Lake, NU.

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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby Hawk » Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:57 pm

warm week ahead..but no 35c and i'm alright with that.
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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby Forrest Gump » Wed Jul 11, 2018 6:59 pm

Hawk wrote:
Forrest Gump wrote:
SardisBCwxman wrote:Since l'm on a 4 on 3 off then 3 on 4 off rotation it works out to 10 days off, the 5th till the 15th. my second set of holidays is in early Sept. by then summer will be a fading memory most likely.


Sounds like an ideal days off set up if you're a frequent camper and trout fisherman. Making your own long weekends is the way to go and avoid the madness out there. More trips to Kentucky lake to try to catch the elusive monster trout

You mean Ken. Allene? And what size trout you call monsters?


Yes Kentucky/Alleyne lake provincial park. I was being somewhat facetious, I don't think the fishing is as good as it was many years ago. It is a very nice area though, I'm guessing sardine man is more of a camper than a fisherman.
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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby SardisBCwxman » Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:37 pm

Forrest Gump wrote:
Hawk wrote:
Forrest Gump wrote:
Sounds like an ideal days off set up if you're a frequent camper and trout fisherman. Making your own long weekends is the way to go and avoid the madness out there. More trips to Kentucky lake to try to catch the elusive monster trout

You mean Ken. Allene? And what size trout you call monsters?


Yes Kentucky/Alleyne lake provincial park. I was being somewhat facetious, I don't think the fishing is as good as it was many years ago. It is a very nice area though, I'm guessing sardine man is more of a camper than a fisherman.
Good guess Mr. Gumpster 'lve had my years of waiting for bites. :lol:
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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby Hawk » Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:11 pm

Well you gotta know what ur doing FishMan..I hammer trout after trout. Sometimes hit dry spells but if you know what they eating, you won't go hungry 8-) 8-)
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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby AbbyJr » Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:27 pm

Glacier wrote:
SardisBCwxman wrote:Just unreal all 13 were resucued from that cave in Thailand with help from a diver from Langley, sad that one Thai seal diver lost his life.

Pretty crazy what they had to go through! Not shown on these pictures is that they had to have pumps running full tilt to keep the water levels low in certain areas.


rescue1.jpg
rescue2.jpg
rescue3.jpg
rescue4.jpg
rescue5.jpg


Its a true miracle. I'm so happy they are all safe. I firmly believe they had divine intervention. There is no human way to fathom how they pulled it off. :D :D :D :D :D :D

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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby Forrest Gump » Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:17 pm

AbbyJr wrote:
Glacier wrote:
SardisBCwxman wrote:Just unreal all 13 were resucued from that cave in Thailand with help from a diver from Langley, sad that one Thai seal diver lost his life.

Pretty crazy what they had to go through! Not shown on these pictures is that they had to have pumps running full tilt to keep the water levels low in certain areas.


rescue1.jpg
rescue2.jpg
rescue3.jpg
rescue4.jpg
rescue5.jpg


Its a true miracle. I'm so happy they are all safe. I firmly believe they had divine intervention. There is no human way to fathom how they pulled it off. :D :D :D :D :D :D


Amen brother jr
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Re: July 2018 Currrent Conditions & Forecasts

Postby SardisBCwxman » Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:44 pm

AbbyJr wrote:
Glacier wrote:
SardisBCwxman wrote:Just unreal all 13 were resucued from that cave in Thailand with help from a diver from Langley, sad that one Thai seal diver lost his life.

Pretty crazy what they had to go through! Not shown on these pictures is that they had to have pumps running full tilt to keep the water levels low in certain areas.


rescue1.jpg
rescue2.jpg
rescue3.jpg
rescue4.jpg
rescue5.jpg


Its a true miracle. I'm so happy they are all safe. I firmly believe they had divine intervention. There is no human way to fathom how they pulled it off. :D :D :D :D :D :D
Amen Bro Jr.
All l want for Christmas is a tin of sardines


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