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FISH AMERICA: And the Road's Like This...

July 26, 2010

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Today marks two months on the road, and since I left I’ve been sleeping on couches, spare bedrooms, a few boats, more than a few beaches, but mostly in parking lots on top of my stuff in my jeep.

Fortunate does not begin to describe how blessed I’ve been with the numerous captains and anglers that have taken the time to show me their ways and waters.

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