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    WELCOME !
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    thanks to everyone, look forward to meeting all of you. Was going to fish this weekend but after watching the weather, probably knot.

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    Welcome! Hope to see you at the weigh in!


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    Quote Originally Posted by buoy37 View Post
    Welcome to FWE

    I've had more luck working birds or slicks in the open water than I have had fishing the Tire Reef. I've always stopped there and make a few drifts.

    Maybe I am not fishing it right?
    cause your fishing it with me... or have we ?

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    Very welcome. I live in bayou vista just around the corner from harmlessly. Once you get settled send me a IM and ill swing in and scoop you up. Get you started and try and save your lower unit. West bay can be treacherous but productive.

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    Thanks to everyone, can't wait to close on the house and get to it!

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    Thanks everyone, now if the weather would get straight we might be able to get something done. Anyone have and good crawfish boil recipes, I have to cook next weekend for a weeding party.

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    Sorry I have not gotten back, but we closed on the house in March, been fixing it up, got my stadium lights installed, (2) 1500 watt, a little on the bright side, but they do attract the bait, we found (3) under water green lights, they look to of been torn up since IKE, dug the broken bulbs out, and to our surprise, the inside sockets were dry as a bone, went to Home Depot and got new bulbs and silicon and we are back in business with those green lights, fun to watch the fish, catch the fish under the real lights. Any way we are getting there, hope to see all of y'all on the water.

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