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    Re: Heading out tomorrow 4-28

    didn't you float ball's to shehawken?

    black xterra covered in bird shit / mahogany mckenzie river drifter that's pretty much a casting platform filled w beercans.

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    Re: Heading out tomorrow 4-28

    Quote Originally Posted by moosekid View Post
    didn't you float ball's to shehawken?

    black xterra covered in bird shit / mahogany mckenzie river drifter that's pretty much a casting platform filled w beercans.
    I'm a lowly wade fisherman...

    John
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    Re: Heading out tomorrow 4-28

    Quote Originally Posted by moosekid View Post
    didn't you float ball's to shehawken?

    black xterra covered in bird shit / mahogany mckenzie river drifter that's pretty much a casting platform filled w beercans.
    The important question here is what kind of beer cans? Quality brew I hope? A day on the river calls for quality brew at a minimum (even if you’re wading).

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    Re: Heading out tomorrow 4-28

    Well, yesterday was a washout(for a wader)
    I guess there is always the Beaverkill... but its not the d.

    Maybe THIS Wednesday... but MORE rain is in the forecast... so....

    John
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    Re: Heading out tomorrow 4-28

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    Well, yesterday was a washout(for a wader)
    I guess there is always the Beaverkill... but its not the d.

    Maybe THIS Wednesday... but MORE rain is in the forecast... so....
    Wednesday was WORSE than Sunday....maybe ill try again in a week...

    John
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