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rolmops

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    Ibay, Wright's Landing Oz
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    Dutch Treat

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  1. I did something different as well this week. We went out of Oregon Inlet on the outer banks ,NC. We fished the gulf stream and I caught a 5.3 foot 400 pound plus blue marlin with the help of drlfc. It gave the full performance of dancing on the water and jumping. According to drlfc it took me about 40 minutes to get him next to the boat where he was released to fight another day. I will get a "Released Blue Marlin Citation in the mail from the state of North Carolina. My worry is that after this milestone catch, it will be hard to feel satisfied with a puny 30 pound salmon.
  2. So that’s why nobody caught any small browns near the Little Salmon. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Contact the aomci forum and go to ask a question
  4. Chill out already , neither money nor passion allows anyone to behave disrespectful of other people Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. It is possible to do at low speed, but much more practical to just let out more line and reach the desired depth that way. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. I just did my 1986 with Michigan Motorz and not only is their work very good, but they will do good follow up. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. If you change from balls to torpedoes ( contact troutman) you will see a world of difference. Great tracking and very little blowback compared to balls.
  8. I am sure that, in the eyes of a right wing person most reporting that does not jibe with right wing ideas is perceived as biased. Both BBC and NPR strictly keep news and opinion apart. Opinion and editorial is where bias sneaks in.
  9. There are a few few states, I think Maine is one of them, where a bill of sale is enough proof of ownership. So you can register it in one of those states and then transfer that to New York. Another way to do it is with help/advise from a marina owner. They claim boats when the owner does not pay the slip fee and/or abandons the boat. Marina owners can sell those boats without problems by filling out some paper work.
  10. Thank you, Ill check them out. Can you keep your fish or does the captain take all?
  11. I'm toying with the idea of going fishing for yellow fin tuna out of Ocean City, MD. Does anybody have a charter to recommend?
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