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Old 07-03-2013, 09:30 PM   #1
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so it looks like its going to be a washout this 4th of July weekend ...what is there still to do that still has saltwater involved......just getting some options,i think were still gonna be at the cove rain or shine!
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so it looks like its going to be a washout this 4th of July weekend ...what is there still to do that still has saltwater involved......just getting some options,i think were still gonna be at the cove rain or shine!
Fish do not stop eating when it rains, only people stop fishing.
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Fish do not stop eating when it rains, only people stop fishing.
But lightning starts striking...
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But lightning starts striking...
And the WIND keeps blowin!
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Old 07-03-2013, 10:34 PM   #5
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Chapman, are you fishing this weekend? Forecast looks a little iffy in my opinion. I'm hoping to run to Horn Mountain on Friday. Those tunas like a little chop on the water, and there shouldn't be many other boats to push them deep.
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Chapman, are you fishing this weekend? Forecast looks a little iffy in my opinion. I'm hoping to run to Horn Mountain on Friday. Those tunas like a little chop on the water, and there shouldn't be many other boats to push them deep.
My choppy water experience will probably keep me on land this weekend. I left half of my soul somewhere in the mobile pass Friday night with those monster swells.
There is always the florabama . I hear the short pole fishing is pretty good over there when its raining
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Friday 2-4's
Saturday 2-3's
That's not too bad. At least there is a two involved.
Just be careful. Seas can change fast
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Still planning on McRae if there's no lightning. Beer will still be cold and John Alan is here so I have a DD
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Chapman, when you were surfing down the backs of those waves had you come off the throttle before you launched down them? And did you have the bow trimmed all the way up?
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