Got some snail mail with great snapshots from big girl bar... thanks Bigcat! Always a pleasure to receive memoirs of the spectacular season. Here's a unique (unretouched) shot of the 3fer3 we talked about... I had mine in, Bigcat's got a legal bass coming to hand, and Terry's working on getting his flyline back on the reel. Mike Estey - thanks for taking these shots for us. BTW - we have a big girl article in the works too.
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wow! what a spectacular shot!!! glad you mentioned it is unretouched, cuz it looks to good to be true. Tom D
11-18-2000, 07:30 AM
Even a Rhodey Schoolie looks good about now!
Hey, That's not a fly rod!
I'll call you and raise you 6! <img src="http://188.8.131.52/images/flytalk/Wilk.gif
Well, knowing the shape, color and size of the peabunker leads to...
which get the blood going no matter what time of year!
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And I was going to strip the line off my salt reels today...
Call the samaritans - I'm suicidal!
Nice photos guys.
11-18-2000, 09:14 AM
Ahhh. What memories! Big girl is a great location. Since I have fished the area for years I do not expect the layout to change that much atleast by next year or for a while, but local knowledge (Leon Long- Life native of Chatham) predicts that It will close up with the harbor entrance to be north of the site... In effect that will provide a long hook out to the harbor entrance with more beach availability.
11-18-2000, 09:18 AM
I'm depressed too! Off to the Marine store, shopping list: Two-stroke oil, Lower unit oil, Stablizer, Fogger, Desecents, New tarp, new cushion snaps (some broke) & touch-up paint for O/B.
Also, Walmart: Lime, Winterizer Fertilizer, Leave bags...
D'OH!!! D'OH!!! D'OH!!! D'OH!!! D'OH!!! D'OH!!! D'OH!!! D'OH!!! D'OH!!! D'OH!!! D'OH!!!