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Old 06-27-2005, 11:50 PM
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I hit the road again around 6pm (a little later than I would've liked), hoping to scope out some more of my favorite rock perches along 1A. Hit the first spot and I knew I was up for fight due to the tide still being up. Wotked the water anyway, and ended up losing a rig. [fart]. Packed up and headed a tad North to one of my mucho fave spots. The walk it took to get to the spot gave the tide time to go down a bit, which works in my favor. Once I got there, I set up shop, and within 15 minutes I was on. I kept my lock N weigh right in my sweatshirt pocket. 16 pounds was the first Bassy. Shortly after I was on again, 12 pounds. Next pull was montrous, surprised the hell out of me, and the drag was screaming I'm losing my balance going backwards and trying to contain this fish. Once I got my footing and was ready to fight back, the fish surface hard and threashed and threw the hook and left me with a little clump of sea vegetation. I was pissed! I went big this time as it was starting to get dark at this point. As I'm standing there watching the people walk by, the cars drive around the corner, I'm thinking to myself...."I wish that fish would come back...just one bump....atleast a fish similar so I can redeem myself"............BABOOM! Scared tha crap right out of me lol. This fish picked up and was on the run going North East! The battle commenced! :fencing: I knew I had this one good and I gave her a little piece of my mind....and my arm/shoulder LOL. After many pulls and many grunts, the fish came in and bellied up in submission. I picked her up, got the Gerber out and removed the hook, and threw her lip on the Lock N Weigh, 24 pounds :spin: Yesah. Workin my way to the "30", slowly but surely. Then its 40 time! WOOOHOOOOHOOOO

I had time for one or 2 more duals. Next came 2 be-bops, and I was stripped and left with another little floral arrangement. Last cast netted no attention whatsoever. I was losing light fast, and wouldnt have been able to read the scale anyway, so I headed in and called it a night.

I lost zero rigs at my second spot, which made things all the better!

One of these mornings/nights I'm gunna run into a real Bug Gurl, and I'm afraid I'll have to keep it unless I finally give in and splurge on a digi-cam! LMAO



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Old 06-28-2005, 12:32 AM
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Damn Johnny, sounds like a blast.

Catching 24 pounder more than makes up for the lost rig... am I right?
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Old 06-28-2005, 01:43 PM
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rigs are cheap it's the pencil poppahz that get expensive
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Old 06-28-2005, 01:48 PM
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now ya have gone from being a maaash munke to a rock hoppin ape! Ya know I'm joshin' ya

sounds like ya had a little action and some decent fish to boot! :wtg:
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Old 06-28-2005, 02:03 PM
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lol, ya, Gibb's Pencil Paw-Piz and flourocarbon....not cheap lol.

The Rocks are my second home :wtg:



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Old 06-28-2005, 02:07 PM
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Rockfish are rock dwellers...it's a good place to hang out!
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Old 06-28-2005, 02:13 PM
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Looks like T-Storms 'noight. No fashin' dont think. I see the storm clouds ovah conkid right now. Theya comin!!!



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Old 06-28-2005, 02:18 PM
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Thats when i used to head out. Scared myself more than once wit litnin. :cry: :hic:
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Old 06-28-2005, 02:21 PM
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I was biking with my 2 friends, and we just got off a trail into a huge field, and we were getting some air off this big rock there when bam! Thunda like crazy. Yeah taht wasn't fun. we High-tailed it into the woods cause we were the tallest thing in that feild for 200 yards all around us.
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Old 06-28-2005, 02:27 PM
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bam! Thunda like crazy :shodan:
If you feel your hair standing on end. Drop to your knees quickly. :priest: :ontopic: ?
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Old 06-28-2005, 02:38 PM
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I'm gonna try,I want to get the first few hours after dark in....I wont be far from the dock in case I I have to light out for home and mutha!

Some of my biggest fish have been with thunder rolling and lightning crashing... ( The night of the 38/58 comes to mind)
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bam! Thunda like crazy :shodan:
If you feel your hair standing on end. Drop to your knees quickly. :priest: :ontopic: ?
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This I know... its the electrical charge surging through your body.
Did you know lightning really goes up? There was this reall cool pic I saw of it

THis isn't it but its still pretty cool
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Old 06-28-2005, 06:03 PM
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Heeeeeere they come....





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Old 06-28-2005, 08:13 PM
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Yep they passed here last night. Cooled it down a to about 108 :roll: Im right between 87 and 80 on datmap. were practically neighbas
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I met a girl from Dingmans Ferry Jim.

I notice thats what your return address are.
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