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« on: August 24, 2012, 09:34:48 PM »

Arrived 9am sharp. Hazy light breeze. Water Calm, Tide incoming. The ocean again was alive with bait big time. there were Dark clouds of bait schools in the water some 1/2 the size of a football field NO BS. they were headed south at times the whole school would make a dash for it and create a wave ahead of them some thing very big was after them but never surfaced The bait were Mullet. all toll 5 or 6 massive schools. No boats in sight and the guys on the pier cast into them and NADA   And as far as they go i only saw Sea Robins. caught and kicked back off the pier.There were a few different boats out front today I am to Tired to edit right now. One was a High roller stern troller  working not 500 yards off the beach. Then a NY ferry heading north   mixed in were the same suspects. The photo of Old salty was a   I saw no poles in site only a a a bunch of lady's on the fan tail and ladder   Maybe it was a Sports Illustrated photo Shoot I did zoom in 48 time mag. just click on it for a closer look  

Forgot about the B-17 bomber that few over and down the coast line heading south to Wall airport for a 3 day display with other WW2 planes No photo it was upon me before I knew it Bill

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