When I die...

laguna

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I will leave all my fishing tackle, workshop tools, inventions, IP and royalties to PDSA!

I like dogs better than humans.
 

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Don’t blame you mate! Why not a fishing charity? Give back to your passion. Good karma too!


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Not that they would want them but I will leave everything to my kids. I like animals in general and dogs in particular but not to the detriment or exclusion of humans. Besides Fido would struggle to use a trotting rod and pin!:rolleyes:
 

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Not that they would want them but I will leave everything to my kids. I like animals in general and dogs in particular but not to the detriment or exclusion of humans. Besides Fido would struggle to use a trotting rod and pin!:rolleyes:
I’m sure he’d retrieve the “stick” float promptly


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I just hope that my mrs don’t sell my gear for what I told her I paid for it! Someone would get a right bargain!!


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My Will states that everything I own goes to my wife or son who ever survives me. Neither have the slightest interest in fishing so a lot of my tackle will be sold before then at car boot sales or on ebay.
In fact most of what I don’t need any more will be sold this year.
 

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A friend of mine is an undertaker, who also fishes, told him he can have all my tackle,in return for which I get a good send off.
 

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Can’t see my kids will want my kit, I’ll let them do what they want with it. My wife will probably jump up and down on it if I leave it to her
 

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A little off post but a few weeks ago I went to my cousins funarel , when the hearse drew up there were no flowers , simply his fishing rod atop his coffin that I thought was really apt him being a life long angler and all.
Later I was told that his wish was for any family and friends to have a days fishing on him on the river Trent where his ashes would be mixed with g'bait and thrown in the water whereupon we would all fish "on him" .
I'm on the list for June 16th.
 

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Not that they would want them but I will leave everything to my kids. I like animals in general and dogs in particular but not to the detriment or exclusion of humans. Besides Fido would struggle to use a trotting rod and pin!:rolleyes:
It's not to late to adopt me Mike.....DADDY :baby::baby:
 

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A little off post but a few weeks ago I went to my cousins funarel , when the hearse drew up there were no flowers , simply his fishing rod atop his coffin that I thought was really apt him being a life long angler and all.
Later I was told that his wish was for any family and friends to have a days fishing on him on the river Trent where his ashes would be mixed with g'bait and thrown in the water whereupon we would all fish "on him" .
I'm on the list for June 16th.
Keep youe fingers crossed you don't finnish up in the groundbait Mick :amen:
 

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My ashes will be buried in our family graveyard plot which is very close to my local estate lake; and my son will probably have most of my fishing gear if he wants it; the rest will go to the junior section of one of my clubs.

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If I could train the dog to just carry my small bag and unhooking mat from swim to swim and then lie still, while I’m doing a bit of roving that would be good enough for me.

My last dog (a Jack Russel terrier) used to drive me mad by trying to grab every fish that I caught as I bought it in, and sometimes even while it was still in the water, which drove me bonkers.

Keith
 
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