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Old 07-24-2007, 11:03 AM
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Here is Cabo's latest "flats sport fisher" Someone has some 'splanin to do
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Old 07-24-2007, 11:05 AM
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Pretty good for farming too. Nice, neat plowed rows
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holy sh!t they were fishing for grass shrimp... Thats crazy must have been wasted to do that, or it got really fogggy. lol

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I've seen that before. Maybe on the "other" site.

My dad did a similar stunt with his 36" Chris Craft back in the mid 60's. He made a "navigational error" and put her up on hard ground during a full moon high tide. We had to hire a barge and dredge to dig a channel to her then a crane was hired to lift her out. She came home under her own power but both transmissions were slipping badly.
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There is one that looks just like that just north of Forked Rver NJ high and dry.
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must have a step bottom...
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Looks like the rivers here in Charleston.
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