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Estuary fishing there’s no issue.
 

 

I don’t recommend using a lip swimmer in the ocean.

The wave action and the size of the boat. As much

as you think it’s deep diving with the resistance.

To make a long story short. It shoots at you like a bullet.

Nevertheless it has hooks. You stupid nigguhs and spix

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https://www.meltontackle.com/big-game-lures/skirted-big-game-trolling-lures/
 

 

 

 

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Any rain in the forecast?
 

What time is the lunar eclipse 2022?
 
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, the moon will pass through the shadow of Earth resulting in a total lunar eclipse that will be from Oceania, the Americas, Asia, and Northern Europe. The eclipse will begin at 4:10 a.m. EST (0810 GMT) and will end at approximately 7:49 a.m. EDT (1149 GMT) when the moon once again emerges.
 

Today, Nov. 5, 2022, the moon is 11 days old and we are currently in the Waxing Gibbous phase of its lunar cycle. It is91% illuminated. It is three days away from the full moon, which will bring a blood moon lunar eclipse of November 2022. It is the last total lunar eclipse until March 2025. In November 2022, the moon's phases occur on these days:

 

First Quarter: Nov. 1
Full Moon: Nov. 8
Last Quarter: Nov. 16
New Moon: Nov. 23

 

What is a perigee moon?
 
The term perigee-syzygy or perigee full/new moon is preferred in the scientific community. Perigee is the point at which the Moon is closest in its orbit to the Earth, and syzygy is when the Earth, the Moon and the Sun are aligned, which happens at every full or new moon.
 
blue moon is an additional full moon that appears in a subdivision of a year: the third of four full moons in a season.

 
Why do they call it a nor easter?
 
A Nor'easter is a storm along the East Coast of North America, so called because the winds over the coastal area are typically from the northeast.
 
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Come on, come fishing with me. I’ll teach you how to catch searobins.

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I parked the car right there. You see, here I am.
Do you want to come fishing with me? Don’t be a puxxy.

It’s only a searobin. Now cast the rod. Now reel it in.

Cast the rod. Reel it in. Release the searobin. Now cast the rod.

What do you mean your tired. It’s only a effen searobin.

Stop being a puxxy!
 

 

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J-bay

I fish with him on a head boat at the point.
He pulls up in his whip and his women gets out sporting

the dopest set of pearls you ever seen.

 

 

You stupid b!ch he’s a blow fiend.

 

 

 

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I just finished studding my Simms tributary boots.

They’re the lower end model from the others they

offer. The cleats are not compatible with this boot.

They don’t recommend using more than 10 studs

per boot. Simms sells 20 studs per pack. Each

 boot is capable of taking 19 studs. In my scheme

I decided to place 8 studs in each boot. I’ll literally

feel it out and if needed I’ll place the other 4 opposite

of each instep, 2 on each boot. Let’s see what happens?

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The studs from Simms take a 1/4 inch nut driver

that I picked up from the local hardware store.

I found it to be very simple to screw in by hand.

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Coming in at 3 minutes.

The fusion, 8 and a horse Bally.

Cable rig and a standard beach cast.

Give the rod to a 250 pound lineman.

Ask him if he knows what to do with it?

He broke the rod.

Snapped it at the but.

The rod is easy to brake.

 

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The boat leaves at 4 AM.

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I leave at midnight for a two hour drive.

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You’re there early. Board the boat. Organize your belongings. 
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It’s a 3 hour boat ride to the grounds.

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Fish for 6 hours.

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Drive back to dock for another 3 hours.

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Unload everything back in the car.

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Drive back 2 hours. 
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What goes where for what reason?

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