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Damn.. Almost accidentally shot my brother

I'm in my room hanging plaster when i hear my kitchen window break.. Unlocked the gun safe in my closet and grabbed a hunting rifle thinking somebody was breaking..
Head down stairs making sure the potential robber hears me loading the gun.. Then i called out that I will shoot.. I hear my brother yelling 'DON'T SHOOT. IT'S ME. THE WINDOW BROKE WHEN I TRIED TO OPEN IT'
Oh hell, I've done something similar. My girlfriend drove down to surprise visit me and opened the door. I was expecting nobody, and my handgun was in arms reach, so I instantly grabbed it and turned to the door. Then I saw it was just her, but she just saw me greeting her while holding a gun.

Me: "Oh! HEY! Hi! It's great to see you!"

Her: "Are you sure??"

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Anyone on here Tuna fish???

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Anyone on here Tuna fish???
I dont, but 2 of my cousins are really big into tuna fishing and all that type of stuff

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I dont, but 2 of my cousins are really big into tuna fishing and all that type of stuff
I was wondering what kind of Rods and reels they use. Every where I go the answer seems to vary so much. I have never tuna fished and have no clue what combo to purchase.

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Anyone on here Tuna fish???
For some reason (probably because i just woke up), i thought you were asking if anybody was a tuna fish

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For some reason (probably because i just woke up), i thought you were asking if anybody was a tuna fish
Lol you know when I posted this, I thought will anybody think im asking them if they are a tuna fish. No freakin lie.

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I don't know how to tuna fish. I can tune a guitar though.

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I was wondering what kind of Rods and reels they use. Every where I go the answer seems to vary so much. I have never tuna fished and have no clue what combo to purchase.
I've never done it, but I would imagine a shorter rod. I don't know about the real/line.

EDIT: Google is a wonderful tool.

http://www.fishermansoutfitter.com/s...a-fishing.aspx

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I don't know how to tuna fish. I can tune a guitar though.
Can you play scales?

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Oh hell, I've done something similar. My girlfriend drove down to surprise visit me and opened the door. I was expecting nobody, and my handgun was in arms reach, so I instantly grabbed it and turned to the door. Then I saw it was just her, but she just saw me greeting her while holding a gun.

Me: "Oh! HEY! Hi! It's great to see you!"

Her: "Are you sure??"
You crazy Americans and your firearms.

I almost hit my wife with an axe. I was shimming off a bit of a railroad tie from a retaining wall, and she walked up beside me. While she was standing there, I missed my swing and it came around and passed right over her shoulder. That would have been a bit difficult to explain to the paramedics.

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I've never done it, but I would imagine a shorter rod. I don't know about the real/line.

EDIT: Google is a wonderful tool.

http://www.fishermansoutfitter.com/s...a-fishing.aspx
The only problem with that website is that it's equipment for Giant Tuna. My grandfather and I talked through email though, and he gave me a brand that he said was very durable. Calstar rods. Now I just need to go to Jersey to buy it. They only sell them in three places in Jersey and one place in PA. Thanks for the help!

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The only problem with that website is that it's equipment for Giant Tuna. My grandfather and I talked through email though, and he gave me a brand that he said was very durable. Calstar rods. Now I just need to go to Jersey to buy it. They only sell them in three places in Jersey and one place in PA. Thanks for the help!
I'd say check ****** for tuna fishers.. But you don't ******

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The only problem with that website is that it's equipment for Giant Tuna. My grandfather and I talked through email though, and he gave me a brand that he said was very durable. Calstar rods. Now I just need to go to Jersey to buy it. They only sell them in three places in Jersey and one place in PA. Thanks for the help!
Ah sorry about that.

When and where are you going for the tuna? Florida?

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Ah sorry about that.

When and where are you going for the tuna? Florida?
Off the coast of Jersey. Got a new 31 foot sportscraft(new to me boats a 2001). Can't wait to take it out. Tuna usually don't get bigger than 60 pounds out there(at least thats what the owner of the marina told me and my family). I heard fresh tuna is absolutely delicious though. Can't wait!


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Oh the coast of Jersey. Got a new 31 foot sportscraft(new to me boats a 2001). Can't wait to take it out. Tuna usually don't get bigger than 60 pounds out there(at least thats what the owner of the marina told me and my family). I heard fresh tuna is absolutely delicious though. Can't wait!
Tuna steaks are delicious.. Canned tuna not so much

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Tuna steaks are delicious.. Canned tuna not so much
I have never had fresh caught tuna straight from my fishing rod to the skillet. But man I can not wait. I heard when you eat fresh tuna, you will never want canned tuna again.

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Oh the coast of Jersey. Got a new 31 foot sportscraft(new to me boats a 2001). Can't wait to take it out. Tuna usually don't get bigger than 60 pounds out there(at least thats what the owner of the marina told me and my family). I heard fresh tuna is absolutely delicious though. Can't wait!
Oh nice dude. It's crazy that 2001 was over a decade ago.

I'm not an expert on tuna fishing, but I'd expect that the larger ones would be in warmer climates. 60 pounds is still a nice sized fish. I'm used to fresh water fishing (not the Jeremy Wade kind) so that sounds huge haha.

Actual tuna is awesome. I've had it from seafood restaurants that bring in fresh caught seafood daily, and it's amazing.

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I eat everything so I don't mind canned tuna, but tuna steak is so friggin good. Especially if you let it marinate and grill it.

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Oh nice dude. It's crazy that 2001 was over a decade ago.

I'm not an expert on tuna fishing, but I'd expect that the larger ones would be in warmer climates. 60 pounds is still a nice sized fish. I'm used to fresh water fishing (not the Jeremy Wade kind) so that sounds huge haha.

Actual tuna is awesome. I've had it from seafood restaurants that bring in fresh caught seafood daily, and it's amazing.
Yea the larger ones are down in Florida and out in the Gulf if I remember reading correctly. I have never actually ate fresh tuna at a restaurant. But I am dying to try it. My father and I plan are going out in late March to do some Striper fishing. Now that is a fish that I love to eat. Fresh Striper is absolutely amazing.

When I am not being a lazy bum i'll upload the pictures of the boat on here. I love it I never drove a thing with that much balls either. It's not made for little boyz!

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You crazy Americans and your firearms.

I almost hit my wife with an axe. I was shimming off a bit of a railroad tie from a retaining wall, and she walked up beside me. While she was standing there, I missed my swing and it came around and passed right over her shoulder. That would have been a bit difficult to explain to the paramedics.
Haha, anytime a wife gets hit with an axe the police will likely want to ask many, many questions.

I got that particular handgun because I wanted something smaller that I could have with me while driving. Long story short, I had a run-in with a crazed mountain man with a gun who threatened to murder me and hide my body in a lake. He claimed I had recently attempted to kill his family in his backyard; I have never met nor seen his family, and I have no idea where he lived. It dawned on me that I should probably see to it that I'm at least as equally well-armed as the lunatics if I encounter any more of them.

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I'd pay to watch this as a sport

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That was awesome, they are also the guys that had the soccer game with the people strapped with electric dog collars to their legs. That was pretty funny too

Their goal celebrations were hilarious

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That was awesome, they are also the guys that had the soccer game with the people strapped with electric dog collars to their legs. That was pretty funny too

Their goal celebrations were hilarious
I love the hit by the goalie at 4:53 ish

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I love the hit by the goalie at 4:53 ish
That was an awesome hit. I also like how the ref decided that the one hit was a penalty and none of the other ones were. Kinda of reminds you of the NHL

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