I have to take the boat out tomorro to check out a transducer. Plan on leaving around 11:00am and do a couple 3 hours of fishing while I'm there. Plan on hitting the west bank and the mouth of the inlet channel and see if I can't entice an eye into the boat. Got room for one. If interested PM me.
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Wished I could make it out with you tomorrow Roger but I'm leaving AMXG and moving over to Bldg. 238 with CMXG so I'll be moving all the stuff I've accumulated in my desk at 225 over the last 4 years. Cal just called awhile ago and said my boat is ready and that everything looked good. The old 225 Evinrude is going into her 9th season and still ticking, I keep waiting for something to break on her but she keeps a humming along.
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