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Waters and Woods

4/23/24 @ 6:14 PM
INITIAL POST
The hamburglar
User since 4/20/23

Did something happen to the old thread? Well anyways, here’s a  new jg thread. 

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7/7/24 @ 11:48 AM
Eric55
User since 6/12/18
53" Northern? Really??
6/23/24 @ 9:12 PM
Bug zapper 2
User since 10/7/18
I thought I heard he was injured falling out of a tree
6/22/24 @ 9:28 PM
The hamburglar
User since 4/20/23
Some of the lakes he fishes are in the woods. 
6/21/24 @ 2:35 PM
GreatOutdoors2001
User since 7/5/01
Polski, Way back in the '90's he used to have some hunting shows.  From what I remember they were always in Wisconsin and usually along the lines of deer, small game, birds.  It was maybe 1 show a year, but there were woods in the beginning years of waters and woods.  Been probably 25+ years since the last one of those episodes though.  
6/21/24 @ 11:18 AM
Polski
Polski
PRO MEMBER User since 5/11/03
I've always thought it was a bit strange the show is called Water and Woods when he has never done a hunting show ever, or just be out in the woods.
6/3/24 @ 7:19 PM
GotABite
User since 8/7/07
Been watching John for 25 years and pretty much watch every week. The only thing that drives me nuts is when John is fighting a big fish Musky or Walleye and I hear him say "What do I do? Really John!  lol
6/3/24 @ 8:33 AM
bass2403
User since 10/15/03
Watched the show Sunday.  John fell off the seat onto the deck when a huge wave came. He's lucky he didn't fall out of the boat. Sometimes it's best to get off the water than try to fish in something like that.
5/29/24 @ 5:45 AM
44/45
PRO MEMBER User since 3/9/11
I don't think that I ever missed a Gillespie fishing show! I can remember back in the late 80's when I got my cabin, before you leave, remember to set the VHS to I believe channel 18. Sunday night when I would get home, I would always then watch his show before going to bed. Still remember when Brett Favre caught a muskie! LOL
5/28/24 @ 1:25 PM
chitowncrappieman
chitowncrappieman
PRO MEMBER User since 3/4/06
Wow thought this thread was dead. Gillespie is still crazy but i watch the show still every Sat morning down here by me. Keep it up John,you're one of the last old time surviors of a era gone by. that i miss  and can't do it anymore. Just a suggestion if you read this. More Crappie Shows,i know the drill and can still catch them i believe with my knowledge of that fish .season,habits location where etc. Would like to see you fishing down at KY. Lake, Johnathon Creek or adjacent areas, "LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES" fond memories for me and plenty of fish caught!!
Waters and Woods photo by chitowncrappieman
Waters and Woods photo by chitowncrappieman
Waters and Woods photo by chitowncrappieman
5/1/24 @ 7:38 AM
jumpsteady
jumpsteady
PRO MEMBER User since 12/25/01
The area they fished on the last episode,Mississippi River, puts out some of the Biggest Saugers in the country. 
5/1/24 @ 5:42 AM
Snake1
Snake1
PRO MEMBER User since 1/22/21
Then up in northern areas of country, you have to put your boat away for 6 months. 
But, if you have the money to spend, go ahead and spend it. Be happy! 😃 
5/1/24 @ 5:17 AM
Bug zapper 2
User since 10/7/18
A kings ransom to put a few fish in the boat is insane and dont even get me started on the electronics!
4/29/24 @ 5:35 PM
Snake1
Snake1
PRO MEMBER User since 1/22/21
I would have to say a boat that goes north of $50,000 is ludicrous. I probably can’t comment on this because I have never bought a new boat in my life. Thank goodness. 
4/29/24 @ 3:16 PM
The hamburglar
User since 4/20/23
Glad he’s back to a boat that is somewhat affordable to the average guy instead of a boat that goes north of 100k. 
4/25/24 @ 6:55 PM
CMunyon
User since 5/12/16
This is his 2nd go around with Recon boats.I wonder if Petes back with them also.
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