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Old 04-08-2009, 06:59 AM
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Good link Josh. WOW. Some big ones for sure. I can only imagine how much fun they would be to reel in.

I copied some pics from Larrys to share here (It appears Dec 2007 was very good fishing indeed! ):
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I got to ask ...was this the boat Larry took you out in? He said it was fully enclosed and heated .... I pictured a much bigger boat.
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Good link Josh. WOW. Some big ones for sure. I can only imagine how much fun they would be to reel in.

I copied some pics from Larrys to share here (It appears Dec 2007 was very good fishing indeed! ):
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That is the boat, it's a 20' aluminum river boat. He said it's the same kind that those crazy guys run up and down the Colarodo river at 80mph.
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So, what does the guide do while you guys are fishing? Does he kick back and have a beer or two? What a job to have to take folks out boating / fishing every day.....and GET PAID FOR IT!!!!!
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He makes sure the boat is going straight and we have bait on the lines. We tried to get him to drink some beers with us, but he informed us he would loose his license if got caught drinking.
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Well, It's that time again! I'm planning on using a new guide this year. Nothing against the fellow we normally use, but everytime I look at this site his customers look like the limited out.

http://www.stripertime.com/FishingReport.html

Hey Doc, are you coming this year?
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Before I answer let me know when you'll be going and how many days you'll be gone ....and how much it will cost. Then I can tell ya for sure.
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Not sure yet, need to find out if Ted is going to go this year which will effect the cost.

I'm guessing the begining of May, usually runs 2-300 for the weekend (including cabin and charter).
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I will have to pass. May weekends are going to be full. I have to work one of them and I have two others to get the boat ready and the boat club for the season. The boat club is in total disarray. The flood left a ton of trash there so I'm sure we'll have multiple working weekends there. Not fun but it's got to be done before the boating fun can start.
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