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Snow shoe flounder. Preferably black back over yellow tail.
Then there’s the summer doormat or even a barn door halibut.
As for my liking the sole is the top prize. How about a turbot?
Out of all of the flatties I don’t think I ever had turbot.


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This rod for my liking throws 4 and bait really well.
It’s a 11 foot moderate rod.
If you look at my left hand on the but section of the rod.
It’s nice and high. At eye level. When I’m noticing this
that means I can comfortably back off on the adjustments.
This is NOT a ground casting rod. 😊

This rod is 11 1/2 feet and moderate heavy.
The extension isn’t quite where it should be.

For that reason the right hand on the fore grip
is loosing power.
It throws 5 and bait. It ground casts.
Both rods are important stepping stones.

This is the 13 foot zoned action rod. True 8 and bait heaver!
I didnt cast the rod in a while and the technique is lame.
I have the proper schooling but at the moment not the
physical ability. This is proof that I’m dogging it.
I need to work out. Either way I still got good distance. 😉

The same 8 rod. When I’m seeing this now is the time to
modify the drop and start ground casting. Zing Fluff POW!! 😁


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The water at Cape Hatteras in May was 70 degrees. It felt like a bath tub.

I highly recommend it. It’s a very simple dainty town.
As a tourist. The more amenities you’re looking. I can promise you. You will be paying for it.
The local was coming back to dock late one evening and accidentally hit a deer crossing the basin.

We left the confines and started to venture elsewhere. We evicted him.
They were picked up for shop lifting. The beaches are open to the general public.
Hes digging clams with a rake. Last month he was released from prison.

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