Wednesday, July 30, 2014

The Fishy Kansas City Urban Core

Lucky we've caught this informative guide to local spots where Kansas City outdoor aficionados can find a more nutritious brand of bottom dweller: 10 Urban Fishing Spots In The Kansas City Area

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Fishing does not make us a world class city. We need hipster bars to attract faux lumberjacks and kale leaf sniffers.

Anonymous said...

Actually I saw a faux hipster fisherman the other day claiming he invented fly fishing.

Anonymous said...

I smell a Glazer post coming.

Anonymous said...

The top 3 places you might want to carry a gun at. The carp lovers in the area might just rob you.

Anonymous said...

I saw a kale sniffing, faux lumberjack hipster, slapped him in the back of the head and then jacked off all over him. He cried like a baby.

Pussy boy.

Eye's Glazed Over said...

Yes about me and my buddy Sly Stallone and how we used to hop bars and work out together. And also how I received my Gold Badge as a special bonus! Tony's been editing it all day so it readable.

Anonymous said...

10 popular spots in the Kansas City area where fish are stocked:

Troost Lake – 27th St. and The Paseo, Kansas City, Mo.
Penn Valley Lake – 27th St. and Broadway, Kansas City, Mo.
Swope Park Lake of the Woods - Gregory Blvd. and Oldham Rd., Kansas City, Mo.
Blue Valley Lake - 23rd and Topping Ave., Kansas City, Mo.

40 cal Glock, AR 15 with multiple clips and a serious case of the dumb ass and I still would not be fishing in any of these shit holes.

Anonymous said...

Amen to that