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Old 02-20-2010, 04:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 02-20-2010, 04:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Man Blu you've been really putting out some really detailed reports! Keep up the good work!

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Man Blu you've been really putting out some really detailed reports! Keep up the good work!
If you dont know where Blu is fishing, and dont fish there yourself, his reports arent going to help you anyways. For those of us who DO know what / where he is talking about, because we fish there ourselves, it actually IS good info.
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You may right! I guess the encryted code thing is new to me. I just learned how to use a computer last week and still need to find where the decrypt button is located.

Could you please help an ole' timer such as myself young man?

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I just learned how to use a computer last week and still need to find where the decrypt button is located.

Could you please help an ole' timer such as myself young man?


The decrypt button is a little tricky to find at first.
If you just got a computer last week, you probably have Windows Vista on it. What you need to do is hold down the "ctrl" key and the "alt" key at the same time, and then press the "delete" key, while still holding down the other two. Then, a screen will pop up, and there will be a red button at the bottom of your screen, that looks similar to a power button. THIS is the decrypt button! Just click on it, and Viola!!!

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Tried what you said to do step by step and nothing happened. Maybe you could stop by my house and show me, I'd really appreciate it! Thanks in advance! (Useless)

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Hmm... Well maybe we can meet up and go fishing soon, at one of your honeyholes. Then, when were done, I guess I could take a look at your computer. (after we finish posting our super detailed fishing report, of course)

Until then, Keep trying it!!
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Old 02-20-2010, 04:40 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Three inches of water on top of ice in deep spots... Just a wakeboard current in the shallow parts. No freaking fish.

Well off to the dead sea it was. Posting pix pretty soon.
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