30 July 2014

• One Fisherman’s Story


“He made a few casts and wasn’t there long when he felt the old familiar tug. He instinctively pulled back hard. In no time, a huge striper was flapping in the shallow water at his feet.

“’I didn’t have a chance to weigh her, because I was afraid she was going to die if I didn’t get the hooks out and get her back in the water,’ he said. ‘But she had to be 45 pounds. She was a beauty…’”

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