Wet rocks lakes and fishing.

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  1. Mr. Potato Head

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    Who has the time?? :dontknow:
     
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    bump
     
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    Pity post.
     
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    This went well. :coffee:
     
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    I used to fish. It was fun but who has time plus if you're gonna do it right you have to spend a lot of dough to equip yourself or hire a guide. I'm not so sure I'd eat anything out of any of the local rivers or lakes either.
     
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    I used to love trout fishing when I lived up north New Jersey. I really enjoyed putting on the waders and spending the day in the various mountain streams catching them. Now I live down in south NJ and there are no trout streams and I am not much for salt water fishing. :nocheer: