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August 4, 2010
3:13 pm
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Surely comes in all forms most generally associated with marriage or in many instances sports of some kind. Here is a prime example of cheating, something I despise, something I hate worse than anything with the possible exception of bullies.

Look at this clown:

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Looks like he has a watermelon or large cantaloupe stuffed up his rectum which has lodged in his gut. Why is it usually these kinds of people? I could go on and on here but what would be the point of giving some PC ( OVERLY PC CORRECT ) fool a platform to spew typical PC correct BS from?

Cheating scandal at U.S. Open rocks bass-fishing community

Mike Hart, a successful Southern California pro whose career earnings total more than $200,000, was accused of cheating in this manner during the recent $100,000 U.S. Open held at sprawling Lake Mead on the Nevada-Arizona border. An official with the Western Outdoor News bass tour said Hart confessed after he was caught virtually red-handed.

Nothing worse than a Fat guy who cheats---there folks I said it---maybe those who want to smoke in public restaurants can be considered worse but it's still a very very very short list for these types of clowns, I mean fools!

WON Bass will not pursue criminal charges against Hart, but the episode has tournament organizers around the country speaking out against cheating and seeking ways to prevent their events from being similarly tarnished.

"On the one hand it was a day of infamy for organized bass fishing in America," said Harvey Naslund, director of the WON circuit. "But on the other hand it was a major victory for all who have long cared for, and taken steps to protect the integrity of bass-fishing tournaments."

Catching a cheat is difficult because tournaments are catch-and-release, so bass are kept in aerated wells on the boats and weighed live at the end of each fishing day, then released.

However, sometimes bass die after being caught and Hart had offered three dead fish during the weigh-in on the second-to-last day of the U.S. Open. They were filleted so the meat could be delivered to a charity, and found to contain weights.

The weights--lead sinkers!

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How he did it!


In all, nine sinkers were removed from bass turned in by Hart. Naslund said each sinker was torpedo-shaped and weighed two ounces. Each was attached to a short line and tied to a small treble hook, presumably to catch in the throat and hopefully keep the weights from entering the belly and being detected if the bass were cut open.

WON Bass determined that Hart acted alone, even though he had a lower-tier "Triple-A" fishing partner aboard his boat during each of the three days of the U.S. Open.

Naslund explained that the Triple-A partner fishes from the back of the boat while the pro stands at the bow, driving and steering with a foot-powered trolling motor.

On the third day of fishing, Naslund said, Hart was said to have asked his partner -- who had flown in from South Korea -- to change places while he rigged some tackle and checked on the fish in the live-well.

"The same scenario existed on Day 1 and Day 2 of the U.S. Open," Naslund said.

The South Korean angler, who would have shared part of whatever purse Hart had been entitled to after the third and final day, was given a refund for his entry fee.

For what it's worth, the U.S. Open was won by Arizona pro Clifford Pirch, with a total weight of 31.44 pounds. He earned $40,000, plus a new bass boat.

Banned for life---so long--have a great life! Pathetic!

http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/blog/194 ... community/

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What a douche bag.

Couldn't agree more!

Bring Em Home Cole

August 4, 2010
7:39 pm
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I'm trying to get whatever your logic is equating cheating to his weight, and comparing that to cheating in marriage? Dishonesty comes in all sizes and shapes, and comes in every sport and every walk of life. From Steroids to sinkers, you can't seem to trust very many things anymore.

Don't get me wrong, the guy of a scumbag cheater, deserves to be banned, fined and prosocuted for fraud IMHO, but it has nothing to do with being fat. Its a function of character and moral fiber.

Sad part about it is, the man had to be a good fisherman to begin with, otherwise he wouldn't have fish to stuff full of lead.

August 4, 2010
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Greeney what do you call it when a married man has sex with someone other than his wife?

Anyway I made the point because this guy looks the part of someone lazy! Have you seen many lazy skinny people? Lazy people generally take the easy way out---" there's where the cheating " aspect of the story reminded of the guys physical appearance----To me the shoe seems to fit! 😉

http://basspundit.blogspot.com/2010/07/ ... ughts.html

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August 4, 2010
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I hear what you are saying but I don't equate the weight to dishonesty. I understand the cheating and marriage, but cheating occurs in everything, and its not due to being fat or lazy. If anything maybe the still good looking, slim and trim, men and women are more likly to cheat, thinking they still can attract someone. Who knows, its all about committment, loyalty, and morals.

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