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Greg and I are doing the CBBT tommorrow morning for some flounder. I haven't talked to him yet but my plan is to meet at Seaview at 5 AM. We can probably avoid the crowds if we get in and get out by 10am. The weather should be perfect, if not we can go try the Lesner Bridge. Anyone else who wants to go, meet us at Seaview or call me. My cell # is 328-9943.

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DON'T PARK AT ALEXANDER'S. When we got back the beach was packed and the guy said we were lucky he didn't have us towed. However, he was very polite and I paid him the $5 he was charging for parking and everything was cool. Park at Seaview if you can.

As far as the fishing went it was ok but a little slow. I caught 6 or 8 stripers on minnows and so did Greg. He got a big, fat 26" one that he gave to me to take home. We each got a few short flounder and I got one keeper at 17". The tide didn't go slack until we were about to leave so we may have missed the bite.

I'm still glad we went where we did because there were only a few other boats at the small boat channel and Lynnhaven or HRBT would have been a zoo.

Ralph, good luck if you go, slack low this morning was about 11:30.
 

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Greg,

No, I just use the yellow one with holes in it that you put in the water when you aren't paddling. I keep it attached to the side of my boat in Portsmouth. Someone will probably steal it sooner or later but they only cost $6. I have a 5 gallon bucket deal that I rigged up last year to keep baby spot and croaker in. That sits in the water also.

Tom
 
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