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Had an invite to go fishing with my neighbor Barclay and Garland on Barclay's

28 True World Marine. We departed the Salt Ponds in Hampton at 1600 and

dodged a couple t-storms on our way to the eastern shore. Fished around

No.13 till past sunset with a good outgoing tide, bait of choice was fresh sea

clams. No drum bites just a good run on a big ray. Weather ended up real

nice and arrived back at dock at 2100. Had a great time and good conversation.

I am sure I will try again soon. I heard a couple were caught around no.10 but

I did not see any caught around us.

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That TTM is a hecku'va boat....

Lotz'a money for a small shell.

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It is a nice boat and I think most all of them are over priced. It does not

stop me from wanting them though.

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RACN and I were outr there earlier in the day and got ran off by the storms.

Nothing but two small sandbar sharks and a big ray, nice to be fishing again though!

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YOU got ran off by the storm.....I would have stayed till dooms day !

Good thing you were in a kickazz boat too huh.......

After I got home - Kevin & I went to Dixeland Speedway, NC had not had a single drop of rain !

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