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Posted: 07/07/10 07:56pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You guys are so lucky to have such a great place to go so close to home.

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Thanks for a great post. I have been by Montauk Point several times in a Submarine but never set foot on the island.

Bring on part two...[emoticon]


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That looks like fun. Thanks for posting.


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How do you fish from a Submarine [emoticon] Great pics Steve..............TD


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You are certainly fortunate to have such a wonderful place so near your home.

One thing I find so amazing about this is the East Coast is much more lax about camping/fishing than the West Coast.

I don't know of ONE place on the West Coast you can drive out on the beach to camp and fish.

Thanks for sharing. If you need to unload any of that fish PICK ME!!!! [emoticon]


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Thanks Steve for the great report and photos.

We are going to Montauk, and the east end in the middle of Aug, hope the heat lets up by then.


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~DJ~ wrote:

You are certainly fortunate to have such a wonderful place so near your home.

One thing I find so amazing about this is the East Coast is much more lax about camping/fishing than the West Coast.

I don't know of ONE place on the West Coast you can drive out on the beach to camp and fish.

Thanks for sharing. If you need to unload any of that fish PICK ME!!!! [emoticon]


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SingleAction wrote:

Thanks Steve for the great report and photos.

We are going to Montauk, and the east end in the middle of Aug, hope the heat lets up by then.


Hi Charles
If all goes as planned I'll be in South Dakota with the TC in August. So I'll miss the oportunity for a get together. You guys are sure getting around this year [emoticon] ( we met in the Florida Keys for a lunch in May )
I think the heat will break soon. Enjoy Montauk, should be very enjoyable in August if the weather cooperates, nice and quiet before the Fall Run circus hits town in September.
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If I didn't have to go through the city to get there, I would be out there now.


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nycsteve wrote:

SingleAction wrote:

Thanks Steve for the great report and photos.

We are going to Montauk, and the east end in the middle of Aug, hope the heat lets up by then.


Hi Charles
If all goes as planned I'll be in South Dakota with the TC in August. So I'll miss the oportunity for a get together. You guys are sure getting around this year [emoticon] ( we met in the Florida Keys for a lunch in May )
I think the heat will break soon. Enjoy Montauk, should be very enjoyable in August if the weather cooperates, nice and quiet before the Fall Run circus hits town in September.
Steve


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You you don't do so bad yourself!

Is your SO going with you to SD?

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