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Old 10-10-2004, 11:21 AM
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You fisherman that fish the bay ,can you tell me what types of fish you have been catching I like to know,last year I caught some spanish mackerel,little tunny,seabass,bluefish and strippers. I didn,t catch any squeteague (WINGS COVE OR AROUND BIRD ISLAND) or bonito in buzzards bay WHAT HAVE YOU CAUGHT IN THE BAY THIS YEAR
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You fisherman that fish the bay ,can you tell me what types of fish you have been catching I like to know,last year I caught some spanish mackerel,little tunny,seabass,bluefish and strippers. I didn,t catch any squeteague (WINGS COVE OR AROUND BIRD ISLAND) or bonito in buzzards bay WHAT HAVE YOU CAUGHT IN THE BAY THIS YEAR
Strippers!!!!! Im heading out to buzzards bay!!
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spellcheck little bruthu. http://www.download.com/IESpell/3000...ml?tag=lst-0-1
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no look at sea sea riders post.
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Ah. I stand corrected. BUT ggit it anyway :D
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yes I do need that... but it probably comes with tons o spyware...
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