Seadogg

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About Seadogg

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  • Birthday 11/01/1985

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  • About Me:
    From trout to tarpon, fishing has been a part of who I am for as long as I can remember.
  • What I do for a living:
    Professional captain

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    Male
  • Location
    Massachusetts

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  1. Bobber and cut hot dog.
  2. My damn waders were frozen almost every time I fished last winter, all stiff and crumpled. I had to put my wading boots in the front so the heat could soften them up a bit on the drive up. Layer up, man.
  3. Very? The guy was phenomenal.
  4. Or they had sh*tty, bald tires.
  5. I’m not convinced one way or the other. That said, I don’t believe his innocence is out of the realm of possibility. One thing’s for sure, that Zellner broad looks as though Lon Chaney did her makeup.
  6. Sometimes the fish like them lively, other times dead. I would say there’s no standard. The fish decide. Also, I’m not sure suspending them under a ballon will accomplish much, other than the eel creating ungodly tangles in your leader.
  7. Sorry to hear this. I don’t know what I’d do.
  8. When you’re a member of the left you tend to say a lot of idiotic things.
  9. Sorry to overdo it, but I really can’t choose a single one, or even two. None are especially great pictures, but the memories were significant. -The first was taken in Roatan. That was my first permit. -The second was a fish I caught on May 15. First good fish on a new setup, but also the first good fish of the season. -The next two were caught while sight-fishing a shallow cove from the boat. The fish were so picky, but I got several to eat. Probably one of my best memories of the year. -Last one was from the winter. I started using the fly rod for trout and became addicted to sight fishing for them. They would cruise along the shore in 1 to 3 feet of water, usually in pairs or small groups. Challenging, but it was a blast.
  10. The thing I like most about a braided-core line is the enhanced responsiveness when casting and setting the hook. The low stretch is also a benefit when detecting takes, particularly with sinking lines.
  11. My girl and I were cracking up. It was almost unbelievable.
  12. Newest one- Trelegy. Ridiculous.
  13. My VS150 is about 8 years old and is now completely bronzed. Who cares?
  14. If you’re not wearing a dry suit, you’re asking for trouble. Maybe not today, maybe not next week. Maybe you think it can’t or won’t happen, that you’re different. Bottom line, you fall in the water and can’t get back in, you’re likely done for. Over a stupid fish.