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    I just finished cooking up some snakehead for dinner when I read about your fun times w/ the bluefish, Bruce.
    Nice report playing with those yummy blues!

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    I don't think "Yummy" and Big Blues go together in the same sentence...great fighter, but as they grow they get stronger tasting, too...I think big blues taste like Havoline 30 weight...
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    i hear soaking them in alcohol, cheap gin particularly, really drives out the oiliness. Oily fish generally smoke up good
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    Awesome report, Bruce! It was like I was right there with you with your write-up! It certainly looks like you made up for missing out on them last time. Anytime you can break your PB multiple times in one day is a day to remember in my book.

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    Bruce,
    Happy to see an "Old Guy" mixing it up with these big blues. Congrats on a great trip!
    ST

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    What do you consider an "old guy?"
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    Default "Old guy"

    Quote Originally Posted by ronaultmtd View Post
    What do you consider an "old guy?"
    No judgement vis a vis age ......"Old Guy" in my post was a reference to an informal group of (mature) angler's who enjoy fishing together year round most often during the week when there is less pressure on the water. The Severn River and it's creeks are home base and our group acronym is OGWLTF, "Old guys who like to fish". I credit John Veil for it's formation.
    Scott

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    Reports are more scattered than last week, but these fish are still in the area. Has anyone found them in the last couple of days?
    Bruce

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