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    Default Tough Conditions

    Tough conditions this evening poor visibility in places. Managed 4 with my buddy Bailey

    Oleander kayaker met up with us and got one as well.

    Off to bed to wake at 5!

    We are West End Anglers, a saltwater tribe!

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    4 is A LOT better than getting SKUNKED!! Nice Job!!

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    Great job.


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    Sweet

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    Nice job...Was going tonight (Sat) ,but wind has really picked up. Water is probably going to be deep and muddy.

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    I gotta learn how to do this!
    "Curmudgeon only pawn in game of life."



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    WTG! It can be tough like that sometimes,Hot grease and fried flounder is the cure for the blues!
    West Bay Sensai...

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    Nice to have met Bailey, he sure is happy to be back on the island. It was pleasant weather despite the poor visibility.
    The flounder was good eating for dinner tonight.
    I've got an extra homebrewed light you can use Curmudgeon. Let's get cracking.
    At his baptism, Sam Houston was told his sins were washed away. He reportedly replied, I pity the fish downstream. - Nov. 19, 1854 - Independence, Texas

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    WTG fellers
    MANVEL MOB

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    Good job man, I am sleeping in today
    HEY.

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