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    Default 11.27.2017 - Sad day

    Yesterday, Joe pulled his skiff THE MOJOE out for the season. As we waited for his turn to be pulled we decided to fish off the marinas deck, real funny, not a bite. It looks like all the Black fish have left and gone to the deeper waters.

    OLD FISHERMEN NEVER DIE,
    WE JUST SMELL THIS WAY!

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    Arrow Sad Day

    It does not seem so sad to me.
    At least you can launch the boat when ever you want in the spring.

    W0W
    How do you link up those videos?

    C00L

    I like the boat at the dock behind you.
    I have never been in that marina.

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    That marina is in Gerritsen Creek and Joe looks way too comfortable. I use my camera's software to merge the video's, which I can't do any longer since I upgraded to vista.
    OLD FISHERMEN NEVER DIE,
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    Oh, I thought you sailed from Staten Island...
    I fish in Coney Island and Sheepshead Bay.
    When I am not in Brigantine NJ.

    And you mostly fish in Jamaica Bay.

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    When I had my boat I kept it at Nichol's Marina in Great Kills, so now I fish Jamaica Bay, that's where my friends keep their boats.
    OLD FISHERMEN NEVER DIE,
    WE JUST SMELL THIS WAY!

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