gastrodoc

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About gastrodoc

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    hunting, surf fishing the Outer Banks
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    physician

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  1. If not going conventional an old Penn 706z would be classic.
  2. We bought our Limited Sequoia for 49k out the door. A used Land Cruiser i was looking at was 75k
  3. My stock 2015 Sequoia on Ocracoke
  4. We have 2015 Sequoia and no complaints. It is able to handle anything that Hatteras or Ocracoke can throw at it
  5. Is the BG a older made in Sweden model? Very interested if so. Could u post pics?
  6. Would like to buy a Abu 7001 older model made in Sweden if anyone interested in selling Thanks
  7. Looking for a conventional for surf fishing Hatteras this Fall. Anyone willing to part with one? Needs to be left hand retrieve thanks
  8. Looking for a Abu Garcia 7001 reel, older model made in Sweden. Anyone interested in selling? Thanks guys
  9. would you ship to Rochester, NY?
  10. I will take it Send me your info
  11. $120 shipped Paypal--is that the current price?
  12. Fish OBX all year and have never needed to go below 20psi
  13. It would be highly unlikely to catch a cobia in the surf in early July. There will be lots of snapper blues around, 10-14", but the bigger ones wont arrive until end of Sept. There will be a few scattered puppy drum around but most are caught on bait by people fishing for something else in the surf at that time of year. Spanish may be around and reachable from the beach especially near the inlets. You probably wont do too well on them with plugs but a long cast with a Stingsliver or similar spoon retrieved very quickly will get you some hits. Pompano will be in the wash and can be caught on sand fleas or small pieces of shrimp
  14. I have a NC12 and OBX on my rig
  15. I feel your pain. North point on Ocracoke used to be one of my favorite drum and flounder spots and was a hotspot for schools of chopper bluefish in the fall. It is now permanently closed. You can see it as you approach the ferry docks coming into Ocracoke and you used to see multiple 4x4s and surf fisherman there. Now it is barren. I feel sorry for my children as they will never know the Outer Banks for what they once were In fact, that is where my profile pic was taken