oldgoat

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    love beach fishing
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  1. So might sound stupid but look in your window wells around your cellar windows for turtles that are out and about to lay eggs. Have found a few dead turtles trapped in the window wells. Thanks.
  2. So might sound stupid but look in your window wells around your cellar windows for turtles that are out and about to lay eggs. Have found a few dead turtles trapped in the window wells. Thanks.
  3. My fish gury is fish scraps in a barrel with only enough water to make a stew not a soup. Make sure you have a tight barrel your you might have to leave town. When you take out a small amount add more water before putting on yer garden. If you have neibours you might have to leave for the weekend.
  4. I'm afraid I shouldn't take a spot an then back out. My tongue works but every thing else is slowing down a lot. I hope you guys have a fun trip and post it. It's been an honor to have traveled with you guys before and looking forward to pictures.
  5. Well when I was six or seven I had bait(chubs)in my pockets. Didn't go so well in church.
  6. Snapped off and ate my first two asparagus sprouts. 5,3,21
  7. In my younger days I would run low beach and when ever I would see a bunch of sea gulls I would stop because they could not pickup a large sea clam to drop and break so I would pick up and drive until I saw another bunch of seagulls. Running the full length of Nauset I could get enough clams for a pie or two. The gulls could pick up the smaller ones and have a feast but I got the large ones.
  8. A1I never had any trouble in a barrel with fish gurry freezing.
  9. Hey HFG Get yourself a plastic 30 or 55 gallon drum with a removeable cover and when you clean your fish put the guts in the barrel with a little water and you will have some good stuff that might have a little stink but grows really well and If yer neibours act up you can just ferget to put the cover back on yer barrel.
  10. trout in pleasant bay fifty years ago. Not near any fresh water streams.
  11. Rebel
  12. tie yer line around a tree and unwind at least a full cast. Wrap yer line around a stick and stretch it . DON'T PULL ON THE SPOOL!!! If yer thumb with yer right hand GROW yer thumb nail a little longer on the left hand corner and you can thumb the spool with it without getting burnt thumb. Stick with the same oz weight when casting. Try a thirty ft. shocker. good luck.
  13. I read Tiggy and his daughter lived up the road for a while. She would come pick our rhubarb and bring us a wicked nice pie now and then. Never read Lincoln. stay safe. Maybe this summer we can share some horseflies.
  14. Matthew Griffin ,Tales of Old Harbor. first book ,part of North Chatham clan.
  15. Just finished reading about the good ol days by a young guy that lived the area and new some of the folks. I found it great!!!