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Old 10-14-2019, 09:15 PM   #1
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How many of you here are a part of this Organization? Thnking of joining. good/Bad idea???
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Doesn't hurt, cool swag, but how you gonna fish the tournament?
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They have a summer long tournament and have some pretty good prizes to include giving youth scholarships. Saw about 5/6 names from our local area on the prize list. They supposedly represent the rec anglers.... everything on the site looks good/great but we all know how the internet is......
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So you're not chowing down on fresh gyoza anymore?
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So you're not chowing down on fresh gyoza anymore?
Still in Okinawa. Will be returning next July for retirement. Nothing but good food over here. Orion beer is really good too. Awamori isn't too bad
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Was based at Kadena 74-78. If I remember right, the place we were renting was a couple hundred yards from the seawall. There was nothing built there then. There was a nice hollow right on the falling tide off the middle of the seawall.
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I used to support CCA, until they helped financially support the ďfillet sniffing dogsĒ used by AL law enforcement to board recreational anglers boats and check for illegal snapper fillets. Iím not an outlaw, and donít mind law enforcement, but I def donít want my post tax dollars voluntarily contributed to CCA going to help harassment of recreational anglers. Stupid move IMO for CCA.
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I used to support CCA, until they helped financially support the ďfillet sniffing dogsĒ used by AL law enforcement to board recreational anglers boats and check for illegal snapper fillets. Iím not an outlaw, and donít mind law enforcement, but I def donít want my post tax dollars voluntarily contributed to CCA going to help harassment of recreational anglers. Stupid move IMO for CCA.


Didnít know that they have a dog that can tell the difference between filleted and fresh whole fish




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