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Well their ashes anyway.
Then do some fishing. Probably going to have about 5 people on board, and going to need a cabin with AC.

Any help or suggestions out there.

Thanks

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Robo-We spread my father-n-laws ashes off Goose Island state pier in Lamar-We took a case of champagne and flower wreath-Toasted a fine man and had a pinic in the park.We had considered a boat,but this made it alot easier.Just a thought.
 

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Sorry to hear about your loss. I have read on Captain Elliotts web site that they do this. Any of their boats will do this I think.
http://www.deep-sea-fishing.com/memorial.html
Please note that I am not affiliated with Capt Elliotts, I am just a customer of theirs.

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ROBOWADER said:
Well their ashes anyway.
Then do some fishing. Probably going to have about 5 people on board, and going to need a cabin with AC.
If you're going to fish wouldn't a 6pk charter take care of both your needs?

Think I'll make mention of that in my will, spread me then fish till your too busy to fret over me.

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Tightknot....

We also spread my freinds ashes at Goose Island almost a year ago. That was his favorite wading spot. But we went out to the second set of stairs and spread some there, then about 10 of us got in the water and waded out to his favorite spot and spread the rest. I am headed there on Sunday to pay my respects and hopefully catch some fish.

Take care,

Bobby
 
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I told my wife I want to be burnt up and then injected or encased in a dragbait (or two)and do a catch and release on whatever fish takes me.
What ever happened to Mont's artificial reef project? I always thought it would be nice to have the ashes mixed in with the concrete and become a permanent fish home. :)

Here is a company that does it: Eternal Reefs
 
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