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: It's Paxton's birthday


polareyez
09-13-2004, 10:01 AM
Happy Birthday Ron. How many years does this make that you've been "stuck" :on 59? :hihi:

striblue
09-13-2004, 10:13 AM
Wishing you the best on this day!

juro
09-13-2004, 01:00 PM
Happy flats birthday to ya! I though I recalled you saying you'd be out there... best way to celebrate it.

May the pods runeth you over and the flats rise up to greet you... or something like that.

Paxton
09-13-2004, 01:08 PM
Thanks Guys,
Garry (Polareyez), now YOU know this is my first 59....it's next year that I get stuck on that number :)
Juro.... went yesterday and the flats did flood and I did get my presents a day early :D
Hope to get out again mid week for "belated" gifts from the fish Gods.
Ron

FishHawk
09-13-2004, 01:19 PM
Happy Birthday Ron. Look forward to fishing with you on the Clave. Did you get a chance to try out those waders? Might make a nice birthday present. :lildevl:
FishHawk

jimS
09-13-2004, 05:26 PM
but, I've got you by a couple of years. Lets linkup this month to celebrate that birthday. The bowl was dead today...went as far as the Rosa Rogussa flat, just shy of the dropoff. Backside was also no good. Need to go further south, right?

I suspect Keith isn't running until the end of the week. Plan on It, and bring Amy. She has the mojo to attract fish.

Simms

Paxton
09-13-2004, 08:10 PM
Hi Jim, My "report" of yesterday's trip to SB is in the thread: "Boy, if you aren't fishing today" on this site.
Sorry it was dead for you today.....yesterday was fairly good. Think that wind direction needs to get back to S or SW. I've found (right or wrong) that a couple days of N winds just closes the fishing down.
Look forward to getting together and hunting down those fish!
Ron

bonefishmon
09-14-2004, 06:30 AM
Wishing you a Happy 59th Ron! My son and I fished the south tip of NM on Saturday. Only chance we had to fish together. Lots of small blues in the deep holes and not enough water on the flats thanks to that north wind. Tim did get a chance to cast to one 15 or so pounder that he saw but did not eat. Seals where all over the place and we packed it in at 1:30 for the trip home. Out going tide didn't seem very promising. All in all, it was a great (windy) day and my son now has the flats bug. Today is his birthday!

Phil