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About foxfai

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  1. I came across this blog and I wanted to share with you guys. Photos can be truly amazing of capturing that instant.
  2. Wow, after 10 years you are back in the same place. That's pretty awesome I'd say. I venture into Tiverton all the time. Especially with that bait shop next to that railroad track makes everything easy.... except parking and shore bound....
  3. I'll wait for the other response. Shipping will be a little less for 3 or 5 I got to figure them out. So $15 each + shipping right?
  4. I think it's around $3 shipping plus fees. How's $20 shipped?
  5. $15 each prefer pick up around greater Boston area, NH border or cape. I have 5 of these. Princeton Tec's Byte LED headlamp offers 70 lumens of light in three different modes: high beam, low beam and a red LED for optimal night vision; it's the perfect do-it-all lamp to accompany you from nighttime run to weekend in the wilderness. Water-resistant design for variable weather 70-lumen LED shines up to 48 meters Three modes include high and low beams and red LED Adjustable elastic head strap Weighting only 64grams (2.25oz) Requires two AAA batteries (included) Made in United States of America (of domestic and foreign components)
  6. I have a brand new in box Penn Squall 16VS reel that I want to get rid of. Never opened the box ever since I got it. $180 meet in great Boston area, NH border or Cape (when I head down there fishing) or ship at your expense (probably $15). Reel, RH, 3BB + 1RB, 4.5:1 / 2.1:1 Alum spool, Braid 1490/30 1040/50 865/65, mono 1090/15 725/20 540/30 Reels saltwater lever drag Lightweight yet powerful lever drag fishing reel with graphite frame and sideplates ideal for big game saltwater fishing Quick Shift 2-speed system easily shifts into high or low gear Dura-Drag system virtually eliminates snags and hesitation, even under extreme drag settings Double dog ratchet system prevents handle from reversing
  7. I've been monitoring the water temp (see my other thread) around the area. It might seems it is still about 5 degree off from normal. I wanted to head out next week but isn't sure if anything will be biting that soon..... Might have to wait another week and just do some yard work. :sigh:
  8. Hehe. I've don't know anything about plants etc..... I really suck at them. Every house plant that I took care of, died.... even jade plants I have a evergreen at the corner, but that seems to be dying too..... (one on the right corner)
  9. Bump this one up.
  10. Thanks Jim. I'll have to get on it this weekend.
  11. Err never heard of it. They kill trees but not flowers?
  12. Thanks for the info. They are annoying to deal with. If I could I would just burn it to the ground.
  13. I have been negating to take care of my back yard for about 2 years and these vine looking things have been growing all over the sides of my yard. Before these erupts out of control, my neighbor use to have a 10 stories tall oak tree hanging over my yard providing coverage for these pesky things to grow. Ever since they had removed it ( I am glad in a way) these just comes out of no where. My lawn has been going down hill since then. I already saw some of the unknown tree off this afternoon. I don't even know how to deal with these vine looking things. Also there is a bunch of like spider web vines just cover one section of my yard. (Last pic)
  14. This is exactly what I am wondering. To me driving 90 miles each way isn't fun.... and to get skunked to boot ...... But, if we don't try, we won't know right? IIRC one year was exactly the same, water temp never went up to par, but we had a 70 degree windless day. Nothin' was sniffing.