frezzy

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  1. Did anyone catch the nice fireworks display around 4am on Sunday just west of the Sag? That was a first for me. Just wish it wasn't so foggy...
  2. That's a nice schoolie.
  3. Get used to it. People will just continue to make excuses, but the hard truth is that the stock is in serious decline and the number of large breeders is way down...
  4. One of my favorites.
  5. I fished the canal for the first time this year this morning. The poachers are getting an early start this year. When I confronted one younger lad for keeping an obvious short I was promptly told to go F a horse and mind my own business. Should be a fun year...
  6. What are you tipping your bucktails with? I tried Otter Tails for the first time this weekend and wasn't impressed at all. Starting to regret not loading up on Uncle Josh when I had the chance...
  7. Yes JM, I will take those 3.
  8. Hey JM, sorry been crazy busy at work. I will take the 3 from your last pic if you still want to sell them. If not, no worries.
  9. Sorry JM. I would take the two on the right if you want to split.
  10. Hey Guys, Looking to pick up some new mini wadds in dark colors.... black, blurple, dark mack patters, etc. Thanks, Frezzy
  11. Sad news. RIP Lefty.
  12. I think you'd be surprised how little you would get. Probably around $150 (maybe a little more for a non standard color) if you find the right buyer. Not nearly the demand these days for Lefty's as there once was. And nowhere even close to Skippy demand....
  13. That’s not tutti frutti.
  14. Danny 2.5oz
  15. About 10 years ago I tried a new spot on the south cape in the Spring. It was a dark new moon night in May and I was wading in water up to knees and I felt something hit one of my boots. Turned my light on and see a big horseshoe crab going to town on my boot thinking it was one of his lady friends. I still fish that spot regularly and it happens all the time. Guess they mate in the spring...