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Do you know what it’s like dealing with these people?
Do they know what they’re doing? Absolutely!
Are they good at what they do? They’re excellent!
That’s why I keep going back.

If you like I can put you in front of a judge.

 

 

https://vikingfleet.com/fishing-trips/viking-fivestar-fishing-charters/

 

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Like a homeless disheveled beggar on the street. They’re following me around 

with there hands out. If they don’t get there way now they’re malicious and vindictive. 
Gaff the fish. Clean the fish. When fishing the canyons there’s no anchoring involved. Everyone fishes one side. Let the wash down run over the deck.

Would you like to see what they did? Now I’m there for the wrong reasons. I’m taking pictures and videos. 

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I took out the trash.

The burrowing owl is a small, long-legged owl found throughout open landscapes of North and South America. Burrowing owls can be found in grasslands, rangelands, agricultural areas, deserts, or any other open, dry area with low vegetation. They nest and roost in burrows, such as those excavated by prairie dogs.
Unlike most owls, burrowing owls are often active during the day, although they tend to avoid the midday heat. Like many other kinds of owls, though, burrowing owls do most of their hunting during dusk and dawn, when they can use their night vision and hearing to their advantage. Living in open grasslands as opposed to forests, the burrowing owl has developed longer legs that enable it to sprint, as well as fly, when hunting.
 

Vermin!

 

 

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Any day, within the next week or two. The bluefish show up

in the bay in big numbers. It’s like clock work. With a Tin you win.

The guys been catching fluke here and there. It’s going to be a
banner year for the flatties. The stripers been a pic. I see the
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 more so on clams but that’s just me.

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My second pair. I been in countless gang tackles. Before organized ball with full equipment. 

I played sandlot. You’re slowed down by one fella and another puts his shoulders In your

thighs and wraps his arms around your legs with the third fella jumping in on the fun. When

you land part of there lower body ends up on your ankles and feet. FACT!
 

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I have bait. What am I going to do with it?


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I caught one. It jumped 3 times and spit the hook ten yards from shore.

A bluefish, the bites on. Tomorrow we’re cutting class. Mom I got a class

trip. I need money. I got the loot. It’s on!

 

 

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I walked in the convenience store before I went in the campsite.

Everything you need for camping, grilling, bait and tackle. Thats

my grandmother. The same farm, the same town, the same home.

They own the convenience store. I’m on the Deerfield pier and

here they are. Nobody knows but the old timer that’s now very

Americanized. He might of tipped off some of the other family

members. Everyone goes about there business. Nobody did

anything wrong. Than what’s the problem? There’s one of the

women and no one told me. Now I’m literally F’n myself. INBREED!
 

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Wow the real estate is priced right. Let’s buy a vacation home.

Where are you from? Suffolk county Long Island New York.


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Nice fishing rod mister.

Nice fish kid.

Where did you get the money to buy that fishing rod mister?
Hay kid is that fish of legal size?

 

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We sat next to each other on the train. I live right there.

See you soon. I’ll be hiking this weekend with my new MOAB’s

 

 

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This trail is so good. While I was running down hill

from a bear I had to jump over a rattle snake. Than

I saw Sasquatch. I have over a half hour of footage.

 

 

 

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I stopped by Causeway. Picked up a couple of tins.

Got more hits than Don Mattingly. Things are starting

to look better for me. I caught something. 

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Nahh it’s pops. He’s the problem. This is stupid.

 

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Plenty of shad. There’s blues and I saw a schooly bass swiping at the tin.

The beach by point lookout. You know where the junior IGFA COD was caught.

Pescé con mis amigos y atrapé uno gordo.

MS 13 fishing organization numero uno.

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catturato

prins

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You can barely see it in this video. Sometimes they fly right by me.


You can watch them slam in the water it’s amazing. Then they struggle

a little and once they’re out of the water they fly away with the fish.

I need to invest in a camera. Walk around with it over your shoulder.

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I was fishing with my uncle today. While he was taking his fish off the hook.

I jumped right in. Here comes nephew Lucky? I’m catching them rat size.

I have seen bigger ones.

10-40 braid on the vs150 with 30 leader for hoisting purposes.

The Fiberglass Lami rod is from the year of the flood.

Plenty of backbone.

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Look of the size of the shad. Ultralight 2-10 braid and 10 leader.

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At the moment this is what’s happening. The shad are on the cinder worms 

and the gamefish are on the shad. Come June it’s more grass shrimp. 
You start to see spearing, bay anchovy, Mummichog and so on.

 

 

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