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Old 03-07-2008, 09:14 AM   #11
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Default RE: Destin Bridge

todd in the bay (3/6/2008)Heck yea, Destin Bridge, March. Take a good shovel and scrape some barnacles off the cement piers and you'll get all the sheephead you can handle. IF, you can take others advice on catchin them. The chum WILL make em..well, appear.

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I'm not positive, but make sure you check that it is legal to do that on a bridge piling. I have heard of people getting in a lot of trouble for that, ALOT of trouble. Could be an urban legend, but I heard it during the El Cheapo tournament in Jacksonville last year. They caught a guy and had to get the core of engineers to come and test the bridge to ensure the integrity of the bridge wasn't damaged......if you could damage a concrete bridge piling with a shovel, then I want to know where you got the shovel, and what work out plan your on.

Just a heads up.
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