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    [ 01-15-2004, 05:36 PM: Message edited by: TerryS ]

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    AWESOME!!!!!!!!!

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    Aww, come on now... You're supposed to say that you braved the elements and snow and negative wind chills in NJ to catch that fish in the roaring surf..... [img]tongue.gif[/img] Great job!
    "Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it...
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    "Bill, strange things are afoot at the Circle-K" - Ted "Theodore" Logan

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    but the heart of the fool to the left.

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    Terry Great & thanks for sharing. What were you using?? Also, do I know you? Ron Conner
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    release the fish, keep the memories. Once a Knight is enough. Sparse

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    Beautiful fish, You are fishing while we are all just wishing. Nice you could get away and get some action for yourself. Hear the fishing was pretty good down there. Enjoy all you can, cause there is nothing to come back to right now. Good Luck.

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    Sparse That one hit a Bunker pattern on a fast sinking line striped fast off the bottom the fish were holding in about 30 ft of water early in the day and later on they came to the top pushing the bait right out of the water.I got in 2 days this week before the weather got bad but I am back home now to shovel the snow.

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    Great job Terry!
    "Because thats what we do"

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    Terry, Nice one!
    See you at the shows.
    Do what it takes to catch fish!

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    Good job!I'm thinking about going south,where
    did you launch from?
    \"Fish Don\'t Sleep, Nor do I\"

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