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Thread: AV Duct Moss A Bit More Manageable

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    Default AV Duct Moss A Bit More Manageable

    Fished the AV duct for a half hour at the gates 195 West and got nothing. Might have fished a bit longer, but the coyotes howling nearby kind of spooked me........Ok, I packed up quickly and got out of there!
    The moss was much less, only having to clean off the rattletrap once every couple of casts. I think it would still be frustrating if one were to fish bait.

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    Thank you for the recon.

    It's the silent mountain lions that worry me! LOL

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    Yeah the thought of the cats cross my mind too!
    I am a big guy, 6'4" and 310 lbs, but I still am a big chicken. I figure they just see a bigger roast turkey dinner when they see me.
    At least when I am walking out in the dark to go duck hunting, I have my Chessie with me, maybe I need to start taking Major Wood when I go fishing too!

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    Just shine a flashlight or spotlight at them yaller dogs, they'll be gone in an instant. They long ago learned that gunfire follows close behind spotlight beams, so they haul a--. They do appreciate a carp or two tossed their way, though.

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