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Old 06-10-2008, 08:34 PM
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Finding Fish - Hey Craig

I'm going fishing tonight after a hard day of being oppressed by DA MAN - right now I'm watching old He-Man cartoons on you-tube...

Will there be more fish at B. Harbor or Quivet tonight?

I've tried a lot of theories and experiments my new philosophy is follow Craig and his teachings...
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Old 06-11-2008, 04:29 AM
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I noted that a couple of years ago-Craig's a natural born fish hound.
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Old 06-11-2008, 04:44 AM
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They just find him, I was standing next to him last Friday, he caught a fish, I caught a crab & the damn thing bit me
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I agree he's a fish magnet. Eyes like a hawk. FishHawk
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Old 06-11-2008, 05:59 AM
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Will there be more fish at B. Harbor or Quivet tonight?
B Harbor. Though if the other place turns on you can catch a lot of little fish.

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Old 06-11-2008, 04:19 PM
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Of course I get this too late...

Fished Quivet area last night - no moon kinda misty and fairly windy. Little fish were splashing about around the oysters...made fly fishing a wee bit annoying.

I really wish I was that Riddick Guy - I'm bald isn't that enough???

I'll try the other place tonight.

Unless Craig has another idea.

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If a striper busts on the surface and no one is around to hear it - it will not make a sound - but I'll catch it any ways.
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Fred, your spot today was loaded with pollen on the water. Hard to see the fish, but they were there. They are now in their summer mode. Incidentally, big fish on both the bayside and the southside, but it is about a 20:1 hookup ratio for me.
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[QUOTE=Sean Juan]

I really wish I was that Riddick Guy - I'm bald isn't that enough???

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Sean- I know an UltraMax slam where you can get a shine job for a case of menthol cools...just say the word, and I'll get you a reservation....just don't cut any deals with mercs...

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