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    Aint it purtie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGrandPoohBah View Post
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    I couldn't focus on the cover for looking at the old metal minner bucket
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    I couldn't focus on the cover for looking at the old metal minner bucket
    Oh no, you had to go and mention the minner bucket!
    The wife one day noticed my old minner bucket, and said "That old minner bucket looks like it has seen better days". I proudly told Her how that was Dad's old minner bucket that is older than I am, sure it's rough but it still does well, and how it kinda reminds me of the old days sometimes.
    Next thing you know, She gets me a brand new Frabil Classic Metal Minner Bucket for Christmas, and there it is up on the shelf in the garage, never been used, and I am still using Dad's old minner bucket. She points out that new minner bucket up there on the shelf to me every now and then, and that's when I kinda sulk down and skadaddle outta there and find something to do elsewhere...
    Yes, I'll be the first to admit, I got it bad sometimes...

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    I've got an old Fenwick Woodstream metal minner bucket, hand-me-down from my Stepdad.

    Looks like this one :

    It's more of a keepsake than a functional item, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGrandPoohBah View Post
    Oh no, you had to go and mention the minner bucket!
    The wife one day noticed my old minner bucket, and said "That old minner bucket looks like it has seen better days". I proudly told Her how that was Dad's old minner bucket that is older than I am, sure it's rough but it still does well, and how it kinda reminds me of the old days sometimes.
    Next thing you know, She gets me a brand new Frabil Classic Metal Minner Bucket for Christmas, and there it is up on the shelf in the garage, never been used, and I am still using Dad's old minner bucket. She points out that new minner bucket up there on the shelf to me every now and then, and that's when I kinda sulk down and skadaddle outta there and find something to do elsewhere...
    Yes, I'll be the first to admit, I got it bad sometimes...
    I have seen them turned into lamps. You could tell her you will turn that new bucket into a lamp for the house. Almost certainly she will decide it will be fine where it is.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappiePappy View Post
    I've got an old Fenwick Woodstream metal minner bucket, hand-me-down from my Stepdad.

    Looks like this one :

    It's more of a keepsake than a functional item, though.
    Nice one there
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Nice one there
    Pic is not of my bucket .... just posted it for reference as to what it looks like.

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    Yep, I still prefer the metal minner buckets over the plastic ones any day.
    I remember as a kid filling the old minner bucket with small creek caught shell crackers, they fit in there nicely.

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