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SHINNY GONE WILD

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In the past two weeks I have seen from shore, pilot whales right outside the first bar, tuna about a quarter miles out and this afternoon there was a pod of dolphin working in the inlet.

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33 minutes ago, pakalolo said:A

It's an aquarium out there Marty, an aquarium I tell ya!

Hey Pak, Hope all is well. Fishing in an Aquarium is the only way some Elderly Men can catch fish.  BTW- I am Not In Favor Of Commercial Fishing Nor Surfing The North Side. lol  Have a happy.

 

sb

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5 hours ago, Stripedbass50lbs said:

Hey Pak, Hope all is well. Fishing in an Aquarium is the only way some Elderly Men can catch fish.  BTW- I am Not In Favor Of Commercial Fishing Nor Surfing The North Side. lol  Have a happy.

 

sb

Ouch! :blackeye:

;)

 

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All's well 50 lb, thanks, hope it's the same for you, not much surf fishing time this season , lotsa work and the new boat is taking up most of our free time! Still get in a surf session whenever possible

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On 7/24/2017 at 0:32 PM, TimS said:

Ouch! :blackeye:

;)

 

No "ouch" felt here, Tim. The person who threw it has as his only claim to fame "1st Place in the 1938 Coney Island Drop Line Tourney". 

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20 hours ago, Cascade said:

No "ouch" felt here, Tim. The person who threw it has as his only claim to fame "1st Place in the 1938 Coney Island Drop Line Tourney". 

Ouch, lol.

 

sb

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My son and a buddy was surfing yesterday in a close shore break. They had some pods of bunker around to keep them company. Out of nowhere a whale about 30' breaches, close enough for them to hear it exhale.

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