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Old 03-29-2020, 10:11 AM
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I read somewhere that the some of the people hoarding the toilet paper were the same people wanting to put restrictions on how much ammo we could buy...

Thinking about it I guess you got the people that raft up to sand bars to blame for the ramp closures? So the fisherman suffer? We still are allowed to go out on our boats over here in Cali..I see plenty of guys going out. We don't have sand bars over here but there are a few tiny islands in the delta that people will raft up at...

The boating community in Florida is 1000 times what it is over here in California...ask someone over here what a Freeman is and they will tell you its a guy in his birthday suit walking around San Francisco.

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Old 03-29-2020, 01:01 PM
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The folks that are hoarding TP are probably not he same folks that used to go to Walmart everyday and buy up all the .22 ammo when it was scarce.
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Old 03-29-2020, 03:24 PM
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Martin Co. is still open. For now...

Found a spot on a six pack boat. I think I checked a bait twice today.
Started and ended the trip with remora.

Probably caught 15 total.

I have dolphin, cobia, mutton and mangrove snappah, banded rudder fish,
amberine, and kings for the folks at work.

Pulled the mangrove out of a presumed Goliath grouper judging by the teeth shredding pattern. Lots of sharks. Lost 2 very large fish that fought like cobia...

Well into the 350 yds of 60 lb braid backing on my new Avet G2 Lx 2 speed 6/3.

I've never spent more time hooked up. This closure sucks. This is our best fishing
of every year.
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Old 03-30-2020, 11:14 AM
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This is the latest on the great lakes(Lake Ontario Ny) Looks like ill have to reduce my crew from four down to two if I have to adhere to the NY waters on the Tsunami. it's either that or hide two guys in the cuddy.
Not sure what they will do about launching or slipping boats in the marina

SEE BELOW FOR THE NY RULES ON SHORE AND BOAT FISHING ON NY WATERS.


** While time spent afield on New York’s waters enhances your physical and mental well-being, in light of the COVID-19 outbreak, we ask that you please act safely when fishing. If you arrive at an angler parking area that is congested, consider finding another area that is less crowded. When you're on the water, please make sure there is ample room between you and your fellow anglers.

## Don't share a boat unless it is large enough so that all persons aboard can always remain at a minimum distance of six feet apart. Providing ample distance helps to reduce the spread of colds, flu and COVID-19 and also contributes to an overall better angling experience. Good luck!
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