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Old 04-13-2011, 12:44 PM
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Default Deadliest Catch Season 7

Did anyone get a chance to watch last night?

They had me fooled about Edgar. After Edgar's speech last season about considering choosing another profession and then being introduced to a new crew member on the Northwestern I thought Edgar had taken a sabbatical. I was surprised and happy when I saw him come on deck.

My question now for the Northwestern is "Where is Matt?" I can't seem to find anything about his absence on the world wide web.

Did you see the Harley gas tank holding Phil's ashes when they did the burial at sea? That was a gift from and was painted by the best man at our wedding...Mike Lavallee of http://www.killerpaint.com He is one heck of an artist.

How about those empty pots. I can tell you from a lobster trappers experience I know the feeling.

Honestly I like the new crews of the Rambling Rose and Seabrooke. The captain of the Rose reminds me of a young Phil Harris. And the captain of the Seabrooke a young Johnathan Hillstrand.

Although I could never fish the Bering Sea these guys are my aquatic trapping mentors.

My wife and I will be attending the Hampton Casino Ballroom this June 11 when Captain Sig and Captains Andy and Johnathan Hillstrand come to town. We are also signed up for the meet and greet after the show.

See you there! V.v.V
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