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Old 09-03-2008, 05:24 AM   #1
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Default Escambia bay dock lights

Hit a couple of dock lights with a old fishing buddy of mine. We have not been able to get up and go in over a year because of work and such. He came over today to shot the bull and we decided to go wet a line and have a few cold ones. We caught the tale end of the high tide and did pretty good on the specks using gulp new penny.









Trying to catch some leg on the phone and still catching fish :doh















And of course he caught the only keeper red...



One of his friends Patrick came along and we was giving him pure hell aboutbringing his zebco. Well, He finally caught him a couple about half way through the night :letsdrink







All in all a good night. All fish was released but the red :hungry
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Old 09-03-2008, 10:50 AM   #2
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Nice job Joel! Thanks for the report. You had to get that Miller Light in there of course!

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Old 09-03-2008, 07:07 PM   #3
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Flounderpounder (9/3/2008)You had to get that Miller Light in there of course!:letsparty
They forced me to drink them Tom:letsdrink PM me if you want to now what dock light we was fishing. It was covered up with the specksand you'll only burn less than a gallon of gas getting to it and back to the ramp.
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Looks like you had a great time Joel! gald to see you got to get out on the water again!!!
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looks like youll had a fun time, dock lights are always a blast
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Nice work Joel- made me kind of homesick for my old stomping grounds. I assume none of the lights on any of the bridge fenders are working now- they used to hold a lot of quality fish. Mainly Escambia River Bridge and I-10 and the train trestle.
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Old 09-04-2008, 01:49 AM   #7
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mdrobe2 (9/3/2008)Nice work Joel- made me kind of homesick for my old stomping grounds. I assume none of the lights on any of the bridge fenders are working now- they used to hold a lot of quality fish. Mainly Escambia River Bridge and I-10 and the train trestle.
I have not seen those lights working in a long time Mike. The river bridge was a prime spot, Hate it aint on any more. We was across the bay from your old honey hole.
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Good report.



Never doubt a Zebco. They'll work for everybody, but, you.
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Old 09-04-2008, 10:35 PM   #9
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Looks like he put that Zebco to the test. Great pics! Wish I was there!
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