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Old 10-25-2011, 04:00 PM
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Default Amazing Photo by Capt. TommyC

I'm glad someone actually stops to take a pic. I'm greedy, I just keep casting. Awesome shot of Stripers on Fall Anchovie migration.

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Wow, that is a cool photo! I would have loved to been there to see it in person.

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Excellent pic!

Even I could cast that far!
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Wow. Someone needs to throw a clouser in that mess.
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Wow, that is a cool photo! I would have loved to been there to see it in person.

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Even I could cast that far!
Believe it or not sometime I get so worked up I end up wrapped in my flyline!
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Wow! What a picture. Talk about targets for accuracy practice!!
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Another sweet pic I didn't take. Thanks to Jay P. for this one.
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Very cool pics. Thanks.
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Awesome photos Swirl. Makes me want to take a road trip to NJ
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Awesome photos Swirl. Makes me want to take a road trip to NJ
Thanks, those are actually Long Island. They get a strong fall migration, NJ gets a strong spring migration. I grew up on Staten Island which is right in the middle so I spent a lot of time figuring out what direction to drive in once I left the house.
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