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    After trolling all day Saturday we decided to do some bottom fishing. We had stopped at a spot coming in on Saturday and boated 4 nice flounder.
    We started the day with two on the first drift and it was action all day. We finished the day we 23 keepers the smallest at 18" with 1 nine pounder and one 8 pounder. By far our best fishing day of the year. Hope it was the luck of the new boat.
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    Was it as Good as "Back In '88" Good Job on the Fluke and good luck with the new Ride.
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    Scotty:
    Nothing will ever be better than what happened in "88". The reason why is that I do not know what the hell happened back then.
    Thanks for sending me the stuff.
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    ahhh i was on the capt robbins that day back in 88

    640 fluke in 4 hrs what a day!!! whole boat was limited out i belive sea isle table top??

    [ 08-30-2004, 04:47 PM: Message edited by: Sea Devil ]
    Sometimes.. When The Water Is Verry,Verry, Quiet...You Can Actually Hear The Fish Laughing At You!!!

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    Nice day niles

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    Originally posted by Sea Devil:
    ahhh i was on the capt robbins that day back in 88

    640 fluke in 4 hrs what a day!!! whole boat was limited out i belive sea isle table top??
    THE WAY I HEARD IT DOUG AND CEE BEAVER CAUGHT MOST OF THEM THEN A RUM FRONT CAME THRU.

    I FORGOT WAS IT BLINKEY WHO LIMITED OUT ON THE RUM FRONT?

    [ 08-30-2004, 07:32 PM: Message edited by: BIGGESTJACK ]

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    you do remember that biggest?? was an awesome day for me never seen it like that before
    Sometimes.. When The Water Is Verry,Verry, Quiet...You Can Actually Hear The Fish Laughing At You!!!

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    Was it on the new boat, nice day when you get a 8 & 9 pounder

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    Sea Devil:
    My brother and friends have been saying "back in 88" for as long as I remember. I do not know where they picked it up - but if your serious I can not wait to tell them.
    Chum:
    We caught them on the new boat. Can't wait for the No Bones - I can run all over the pond now and stay warm.
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    niles...

    i was on the capt robbins a day trip i belive it was oct of 88 we limited out on fluke 64 fares 640 fluke in about 4hrs thats why i asked about that saying ... yep i am serious

    i was chatting with a neighbor across the street ..his bro was on the robbins that day so when it was said i automatically remembered it
    Sometimes.. When The Water Is Verry,Verry, Quiet...You Can Actually Hear The Fish Laughing At You!!!

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    The drugs are good these days, eh guys??

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    nothing like that double header action....way to go "Niles".....

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    Originally posted by Stiffs-r-us:
    The drugs are good these days, eh guys??
    STIFF--ARE YOU STILL GRUMPY???

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    Niles -congrats! Good seein ya Sat. I got a chance to look at your boat-Sharp! Good luck with her.
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