Pleasant surprise

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  1. rast

    rast New Member

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    I'm "camping" in the motor home this weekend over on the W. coast at Chassahowitzka. The couple that came in this evening in the site next to me just started beekeeping this year. Funny how I can bring up beekeeping in any conversation. They are aware of Gary and his classes at USF. May even be going, knew the schedule anyway. Of course I invited them here.
    Going fishing in the morning.
     
  2. G3farms

    G3farms New Member

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    Sounds like a good weekend, good luck with the fishing.
     

  3. riverrat

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    Its a small world after all :thumbsup: :drinks:
     
  4. rast

    rast New Member

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    I wonder how many of the people going out scalloping today wouldn't get out of the boat if they could have seen the big bull shark we hooked this morning. 8 or 9 ft. No exaggeration. The guy with me played him while I drove the boat and followed it. Caught up with him twice. 4-5 ft of water. He finally cut the line. Did catch some nice trout.
     
  5. Iddee

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    Who cut the line. The man or the fish?
     
  6. G3farms

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    shark and trout in the same waters?????
     
  7. rast

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    Fish

    Saltwater speckled trout. Tarpon were also rolling near the boat, which is what was supposed to hit the lady fish that the shark took.