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    Having A "EEL GOOD" Time!

    I could not resist the calm water this morning so I dropped my jet ski in at my house and ran across to the Eastern Shore of the Cheaspeake Bay and soaked some eels on a 7/0 hook in 35-50 feet of water right off of Cape Charles.
    I had four good take downs and landed two of the nice Stripers that were covered in sea lice. I kept one about 39".
    Back home and off to work an hour late, worked a little late to catch up.
    I had a EEL GOOD Time!











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    Brain: Your going to live a long, happy life in a sea-side town... I can't tell you the rest though due to some sea lice. LOL.
    Nice pix, man.

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    They commonly found on ocean going migratory Striped Bass. It means the fish are on the move. They come right off the fish and there is nothing bad about them.

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    Now Brian, I don't think I can bear to see you cook up a batch of sea lice and make em look good. Just wouldn't be cricket, ya know?

    But way to go again and again. I envy your getting after it in the cold like you are. I need to figure that part out. LOL

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    Thanks, no fried sea lice tonight.

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