Last weekend (3/14) Bill and I tried to think of somewhere that might be good to fish with all the rain and high water. We decided to take a gamble. Some times betting it all on red pays off...
We took a bit of a drive around NJ and decided to try our luck on some streams that we thought might hold big fish. We were right. Bill got this one on his Center Pin. If you want a Center Pin for this season, you better order ASAP or you will miss the bus. Email us now. email@example.com
3/31/2010 02:26:38 am
Nice fish! About time you fixed the size selection on the products page. My order is on the way. Tight lines...
There is only so much time for website geekiness when the local streams are so full of huge fish. :)
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Bill Somma is a fisherman in the truest sense. He fishes everywhere, all the time. He catches more fish than anyone I have ever seen, and in any conditions. Not only that, but he can teach you his skills faster than anyone I have ever met. Contact him for a guided trip on the Salmon River in NY.