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Season on the edge...Montauk

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Originally Posted by plug junkie View Post

 

i will be watching for sure thanks for letting me know

 

     I secound the motion. Going to set it up to record right know!

 

 

 

 

 

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GooooooGan...

 

Funny how Al lost that fish... That's usually his specialty... But you know, when the lights are on, the pressure gets to be too much for some rookies... ;) Overall I thought it was a fun episode to watch and it had local flavor which was cool.

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I feel it should've been longer....I don't understand why these Walleye TV shows get 1-2 hours of air time, they're boring. Watching a family with that guy Babe sit in a boat catching the same size 22" wall eye....yeah sounds exciting :snr:.... Season on the edge: Montauk got me all pumped up however.

 

 

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17 years of fishing M. hard for me...

 

... & 100% of all my fish were landed by me alone! (I'm not there to socialize... :) )

 

Landing it, is part of, "I caught ___" in most casters opinion...

 

 

For all the talented surf guys appearing in the 1/2 hour-- show/ editing was pretty goog...

 

 

(Could've been good-- but fact is the "real" M. experience doesn't film well...

 

& usually happens to me when I'm alone so only saved in my memory, never film! :cool: )

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I just can't get over the whining about someone else better not lose his fish. Learn how to get your own damn fish!

 

 

Not only Ken's whining, but he tried too hard to make it funny. It's a fishing show - your not filming a Three Stooges Movie.

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