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The Mad Deckhand

Thu PG's "Global warming" fishing thread! :))) Al Gore not invited!

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I embrace what's coming - Maryland will be over run by Tarpon, peacock bass, tilapia, gators, anacondas.....awesomeness, incarnate!!!! :)

 

I can fish directly over chain bridge and jig for Giant snakeheads.....or spend the day soaking my toes at Salisbury Beach!!! Wooot! No more uppity OC shark regulations to contend with! :th:

 

Also, can't wait for some yahoo to release these baby's into the mid Atlantic......

 

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Don't know why the earth is warming....we are said to be in an ice age for the last 2 million years.....maybe it's just over!!!!

 

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I could drive to the tropics?

Count me in!

 

milk,

 

We will be the tropics!!! I am already planning on opening up a grapefruit grove in my backyard and will be happy to pursue tarpon on Great Bay!!! Couldn't you just see an Atlantic City NJ Bonefish Tournament!!!! Whooooo!!!

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I could drive to the tropics?

Count me in!

 

milk,

We will be the tropics!!! I am already planning on opening up a grapefruit grove in my backyard and will be happy to pursue tarpon on Great Bay!!! Couldn't you just see an Atlantic City NJ Bonefish Tournament!!!! Whooooo!!!

 

I live more westerly in the state...so I'd still have to drive

 

:D

 

 

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Think of the Snook fishing. They would thrive in the Chesapeake Bay.

We could have the Mid-Atlantic Bonefish Tour, kind of like the Bassmasters, but following the schools from South to North

I can't wait.

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