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Old 05-10-2004, 01:02 PM
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North Carolina topwater stripers

This picture says it all, this guy got about 40 fish of this size. By the end of it all, the crease fly was falling apart and had completely separated on the bottom, they were still hitting it.

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Old 05-10-2004, 01:30 PM
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Drool...........
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Capt. Gordon, how close are you to Corolla? I am going to be staying there and was interested in booking a guide for on of the days that I will be there.
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Dude... point me in that direction! Terrific!
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The Roanoek is a long way s from Corolla but is kind of on the way. It is going to be over in a week or so however. I am glad you boys like the pics. I will post some more soon.
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Too bad the Roanoke is a little too far. I jsut read an article about it though, sounds liek a place that I'd like to visit!!!
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