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Robster Ro-mein

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Morone saxatilis
Mar 8, 2003
Hey ladies,

Looking for tips on catching those tasty litttle cave dweling crustactions w/ BIG pinchers. I've accepted that I may need to night dive w/ a lowes flashlight in a ziplock bag. Just stick your head in rock or are they crusing around the bottom?

Scouting for the Picasso open in RI this week and wishing I was in New Jersey(i.e. diving mecca of the free world). Still waiting for my 50lber to swim by. Plenty of 'tog (of course) and more flounder than I've ever seen before. Saturdays the day and we have a good contingent up from Philly and Baltimore.
good luck this weekend...putting the line release and the floater wings on the gun tonight then its all sanding and finishing from there.

ps... dove today..saw the usual...really crappy viz though for some odd reason...got some new spots further inshore for us to check out when you get back to town.
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