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1 hour ago, KidDkivahh said:

Some things Santa left for me . The knife was said to have come by my two boyz ( cats ) George and Huckleberry .PC260006.JPG.fc6b8e85bd8730a456fbed8e33106d2e.JPGPC260009.JPG.deccf3e9ab8a28036042a7b52074f4ef.JPG

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Looks like you'll be doing some trolling. What the purpose of those blades? 

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2 hours ago, R.R. Bridge Fisher said:

Looks like you'll be doing some trolling. What the purpose of those blades? 

Those Mooselooks wont see any action . These have some sentimental value to me . I'm not much of a troller anyway but when I do I'm using streamers. The knife's a whittling model that may prompt me to get back into carving fish decoys . 

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1 hour ago, KidDkivahh said:

Those Mooselooks wont see any action . These have some sentimental value to me . I'm not much of a troller anyway but when I do I'm using streamers. The knife's a whittling model that may prompt me to get back into carving fish decoys . 

Very nice :howdy:

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3 mins ago, Old_Gnarled_Oak said:

Woman fishing on MV after the 1938 hurricane. She was topless, hence the edit.

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Just saw this one pop up on reddit, funny....

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ive been there 1980-81,82 a few times each time it seemed smaller and smaller. anyone remember what year it was pretty much done away with and cleaned up. 

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On ‎12‎/‎28‎/‎2018 at 8:53 AM, capequahog said:

cool

Most of the people here probably don't know what it is...……….

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I visited a few times in the late 70s. I hate to tell how young I was.:eek:

 

A kid could get a beer without being carded - so long as he bought drinks for the bar girls.

 

Ah, the value of a good education. :shaky:

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I walked thru in the mid 80s, Chinatown took most of it.

One or two bars and a couple magazine shops were left.

I think they didn't last much longer.

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43 mins ago, mikez2 said:

I visited a few times in the late 70s. I hate to tell how young I was.:eek:

 

A kid could get a beer without being carded - so long as he bought drinks for the bar girls.

 

Ah, the value of a good education. :shaky:

that's why we were there...i was 16 17

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