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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    Salmon season is upon us. Stripers are still in the river. I don’t like bank fishing. I work full time and I’m off Fri, Sat and Sun. $30.00 a trip is dirt cheap. Respond here or pm me if you need a seat filled. I have my own rods, reels and tackle. Oh. I also help launch, unlaunch and help clean up after having all the fun. $30.00 a trip. HELL YEAH!

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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    I have $30 and would love to go! I'd have to drive down from Tahoe. Have you been catching fish?

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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    Seems like a great way to get out on the water with a slayer.
    Here they come!

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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    I've owned boats since the 60's but was boatless when my career took took top priority in the 80's. After I retired back in 2000 and still boatless, I replied to a hitch hike post here on the sniffer. He asked for $35 plus me bringing lunch for him...LUNCH too. I paid and brought lunch for him and was very grateful for getting back to fishing...and the rest is history.
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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    I have a boat but have never fished Verona. As soon as I have some time I am seriously thinking about taking you up on that offer. Let's see I drive to Verona in a vehicle that gets way better mileage than my truck does. Pay the $30 for expenses and fish with someone who knows the area. That is way cheaper than if I towed my own boat and I wouldn't know how to fish there. Like I said I am in when I get the time. Deer season for me started yesterday in one zone and next week in another.

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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    Damn, how did a simple offer to take someone out on their boat fishing for salmon for $30 turn in to a kind of hostile thread. Not criticizing anyone, just saying. When I haul my boat to Brannon from Elk Grove my expenses for truck gas, boat gas, launch fee, bait, ice and misc. easily exceed $100. If you don't have a boat then $30 to spend a day on a boat fishing with a new friend is cheap, way way cheap (even if the expenses aren't anywhere close to my expenses). Again not criticizing anyone just think this thread got a little out of hand. If I was boatless I'd take him up on the offer in a minute.
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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    Quote Originally Posted by CRABBY View Post
    On top of all that the cost of the boat is no small matter....
    no sheet, nothing to do with boats is inexpensive.....and seems like something breaks every week....lol


    Quote Originally Posted by sollimes View Post
    That's all depends on the boat..lol
    yeah true that.....and I said all day, not quit at 11am
    Last edited by Dwight Manley; 08-10-2017 at 08:32 AM.

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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    Quote Originally Posted by Seon View Post
    The meaning was answered with the replies above. A man offered to take anyone Salmon fishing and wrote what the cost would be. Either accept or move on...plain and simple .
    Still don't get why your bustin my chops, all i said was maybe part of his amount for donation was to cover some of the fuel for the tow vehicle, and i also went on to say that it was nice of him to offer someone a ride. Oh well, time to feed my dog, he loves me.

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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    Here’s my take.

    The cost of the boat, maintenance, slip/storage fees, annual tags, insurance, or any other related upkeep shouldn’t be included in a day’s charge and if they are, then the skipper shouldn’t own a boat.

    However, what ever the skipper of the boat wants to charge for a day’s fishing on his/her boat, it is what it is.

    I’d recommend for anyone wanting to hitch hike or seek any hitch hiker should familiarize themselves with the hitch hiker’s creed found here:



    http://fishsniffer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=113413
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    Re: ISO hitchhikers sac salmon

    Quote Originally Posted by Dwight Manley View Post
    boat storage $80 monthly
    insurance $25 monthly
    bow towing $170 annually
    toll bridge $15 a trip
    truck gas $25 a trip
    boat gas $25-50 a trip

    guys that offer up $20 after running and gunning all day.....priceless
    That's all depends on the boat..lol

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