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Dog days of summer

I have learned a lot about "toothin" this year. I think one of the more valuable lessons learned is the winter and early spring rule.  The water is colder, and you need to wear waders, but the water is also much clearer and you don't have to battle all the people looking for that big one. 

Here are the results of two small trips.  The first was a quick "lunch" to a new area.  It was nice and worth the walk, I will be back.  The other is from my old stand by location.

Snaggletooth seem to be the order of business for my last few hunts.  I did find what looks to be a porpoise or small whale ear, a first for me. One other interesting find was a medium sized blue/turquoise bead.  It is made of glass and I prefer to think that it came from a colonist trading with the Indians...probably not, but you never know??.  Good hunting Chris


Location Calvert County, Maryland, USA

Date Added7/20/2007


The luck of the waves
The luck of the waves
A first from the bay for me
A first from the bay for me
Extended lunch break
Extended lunch break





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