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Sunday, January 22, 2017
Rainy day reading.
We're supposed to be having a very stormy Sunday here today (although the sun is still out), so I'm glad I got a "new" book in the mail this week. 1964 First Edition of Outdoor Life - America's Favorite Fishing. Hoping to pick up a few new/old pointers for catching bluegill! .
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Thursday, January 05, 2017
You're never the only fisherman on the water.
You're never the only fisherman on the water. Fishing gives us some tremendous wildlife viewing opportunities if you can remember to stop and look around once in a while.
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Tuesday, January 03, 2017
The mangroves are pretty striking when you get underneath them. I'm thinking these are the saltwater equivalent to the rhododendron in the mountains. You're drawn to cast under them, but they both like to eat flies! .
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Monday, January 02, 2017
Spent a little time looking over the bow this morning.
Spent a little time looking over the bow this morning. No fish yet in the new year, but we'll keep trying.
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