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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Big lesson learned  (Read 909 times)

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LoletaEric

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Killer vid, Moo - that was nasty.

Wind from the east is bad stuff.
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agoodhi

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It has happened to most who fish HMB often.  Last time I was at 1S buoy chrome hunting when it happened.  It was a long wet exhausting peddle back.  I thought for sure my mirage was gonna snap from all the hard peddling  :smt044


Malibu_Two

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Pretty intense. I felt like I was out there. Glad you got out safe.
And thanks for not killing the atmosphere with loud music! The sound of wind and water tells the story!
May the fish be mighty and the seas be meek...