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Old 09-23-2014, 05:17 PM   #239
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No harm - no foul! Just ribbing on you a little.

Actually the glove would also work for those slimy night-crawlers too.

Fishing is my greatest past-time. I love it, both fresh water and Saltwater Surf-Casting.

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Oh of course!! You know, sense of humor is sometimes difficult to communicate through written word and emoticons!! But I have an awesome picture for you today!!

This was through my "windshield" today:
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Old 09-23-2014, 05:19 PM   #240
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No harm - no foul! Just ribbing on you a little.

Actually the glove would also work for those slimy night-crawlers too.

Fishing is my greatest past-time. I love it, both fresh water and Saltwater Surf-Casting.

Dr4Film ----- Richard
Oh! And! Yes, I'm falling in love with it too, never thought I would enjoy fishing...but it's amazing.

I would love to try Saltwater surf casting - we're in Maine right on the Atlantic, seems sad not to try right??
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I am SOOOO envious right now and BTW, I noticed that there is no glove.

My next fishing adventure will be in Homer & Seward Alaska next summer for both Halibut and Salmon. Then coming back east to fish at Green Bay just north of Kingston Ontario for Walleyes and Smallmouth Bass. Once it get too cold then it's off to Flagler Beach Florida to start the Surf Fishing for Whites, Red & Black Drum, Pompano, Sheepshead, etc.

It's getting so that I like the Surf Fishing better than the freshwater but truthfully any day fishing is better than doing most anything else.

Stay safe and on top of the water.

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Back on topic...this was the bumper-to-bumper traffic leaving Myrtle Beach Sunday. It was like this for miles.

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I am SOOOO envious right now and BTW, I noticed that there is no glove.

My next fishing adventure will be in Homer & Seward Alaska next summer for both Halibut and Salmon. Then coming back east to fish at Green Bay just north of Kingston Ontario for Walleyes and Smallmouth Bass. Once it get too cold then it's off to Flagler Beach Florida to start the Surf Fishing for Whites, Red & Black Drum, Pompano, Sheepshead, etc.

It's getting so that I like the Surf Fishing better than the freshwater but truthfully any day fishing is better than doing most anything else.

Stay safe and on top of the water.

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Surf fishing is a blast! Used to do that when I was stationed in Panama City beach - there was a rocked up wall at the little "yacht club" on base (the place where everyone parked their boat) and there was a honey hole right off a rock just big enough for you to stand on - and if you knew it was there, you could yank one grouper out after another, all in the 17 to 21 inch range. What a blast that was!!!!

We'll meet you there for some of that surf fishing!
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This is a photo thread. Fishin' is fun, start a new thread.
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From a little over 1 month ago, finally got around to uploading the pics out of the camera

Heading east on Hwy 128 out of Moab, Utah. Hwy 128 winds along the CO River. A very pretty drive, about 25 miles is like this, then it turns away from the river and about 15 miles to I-70:



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This was taken out the windshield when leaving on our last trip.
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I know lots of you are traveling and seeing new and interesting stuff this season. Show us what you see lookin' out the windshield!

Here's a shot from our last trip; this was made in NW New Mexico in June 2014...

This has been a fun thread, both in posting pictures "Lookin' Out The Windowshield" and in seeing others' pictures "Lookin' Out The Windshield".

Here's a few more, these are from Frankenmuth, MI.
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