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Swan Creek this past weekend. Crabber running trot lines at about 6am.
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I'm kind of disappointed in this thread... no green flash photos yet.
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I heard somewhere that Multihullers lack the gene to see the green flash!
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Am I gonna have to send someone with a snorkel and mask to drill some holes in your hull... am I...
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Sunrise - Lake Worth , FL Anchorage



Sunset - Rockland, ME



Dawg, if you send a lad to make some holes, be sure he brings a "wood" bit
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Catalina Island, CA. November 14, 2007 !!!
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