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Old 01-10-19, 07:19 PM
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Surf fishing tomorrow

Got my truck loaded heading down I37 until I hit the beach and hopefully catch me enough fish for a fish fry on Saturday. What does this have to do with bicycling? Absolutely nothing but I’m fixin to get back on my bikes after 4 1/2 months after I had my foot filleted and I believe it is healed enough. I miss the exercise and the endorphins that I need for my fix. I will be fishing the Padre National Seashore just south of Corpus Christi.

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Old 01-10-19, 08:59 PM
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Have fun. Get a fat tire bike add some rod holders and ride the beaches?
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Old 01-11-19, 08:27 AM
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Catch me a pomp.
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sounds awesome, give us an update about the results
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sounds awesome, give us an update about the results
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1 pompano 1 whiting several catfish aka hardheads, tourist trout, tire busters and rain 3 energy drinks = 2 NOS and 1 Amped Fuel and 2 beef fajitas tacos at travel center. Gave pompano to a crane and cut the whiting up for the seagulls.
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1 pompano 1 whiting several catfish aka hardheads, tourist trout, tire busters and rain 3 energy drinks = 2 NOS and 1 Amped Fuel and 2 beef fajitas tacos at travel center. Gave pompano to a crane and cut the whiting up for the seagulls.
r.e. bold ---- SAY WHAT????? Those are eating fish not giving away fish.
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r.e. bold ---- SAY WHAT????? Those are eating fish not giving away fish.

yup but the poor crane was hungry and the seagulls wouldn’t leave me alone. I have a freezer full of whiting from my last surf adventure if I caught many I would have cleaned them but I got tired and lazy but yes those are great eating fish.
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