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    As long as ur warm thats all that matters while ur enjoying this great hobby. Two things i don't like one is being cold the other is being wet and cold
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    You sure do take this hobby seriously and you were rewarded nicely. Congrats on all the finds.
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    Wow! You are really ready for the cold. You did find a lot too. Amazing day and so cold too! My hero!
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    Quote Originally Posted by islamoradamark View Post
    As long as ur warm thats all that matters while ur enjoying this great hobby. Two things i don't like one is being cold the other is being wet and cold
    Me too! I hate the cold and I hate being cold when hunting, then mixing wet into the equation ...No fun........But I seen it was possible several years ago to be warm and dry, so after a couple cold winters of working thru the different setups, I now have the option to go when conditions allow. Some of the best lowtides are during the winter and being able to take advantage of them is a great opp. I was out last Friday evening and temps were not to bad, in the mid 30's. I got to the beach around 2pm and hunted till it was dark, at 6pm. I did not want to leave, very peaceful, having fun and it was warm for me.
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    I admire your dedication....from my warm beach in Malibu.
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    Wow great posts and nice finds I could brave the cold for those MI is still crappy cant wait to get out. Thanks for the post
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