Southeast Roll Call!

Discussion in 'Southeast' started by Onebad1983, Mar 8, 2019.

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    @bigfootchiro , not very often. Being in the Navy I get to travel a bunch and will probably be down there maybe once a year however it'll be on a ship. Whenever I retire 15+ years from now, I'll be down there running a boat because the opportunities to catch such a variety of amazing fish are so prevelent! I could care less for a big house, long as I have a 25-30' cc with twins, I could care less what I lived in lol!
     
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    Oh man that sounds legit!!! Only twins though? Lmao
     
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    lol yeah, 29' Freeman with twin 300's(Dream) will do very well down that way, and probably way more than I will need due to the stream being so close. I won't have to make a 2 hour run out there like we have to do up in Myrtle Beach. Twin 300's is all you really need on a 29, once you start getting around 35+ thats where most people see the necessity to run 3+.

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    And if you're a year round fisherman in all seas, you won't need but half of that horsepower; go for range over power.
     

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