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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

This Week In Fishing: Introduction & Fisherman Spotlight - Troy's Life

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In this week's FishAddix Fisherman Spotlight, member "Troy Life" spent all of January tearing through the Florida lakes, rivers, and oceans at a Jack-the-Ripper type pace, catching a staggering 15 species of fish in January alone. In his January 29th report titled, "shrimping/fishing", he mentions an assembly building that installs rocket boosters on space shuttles. Which makes me contemplate writing my state Senator to petition for a nuclear power plant in my hometown, because apparently they pump out LOTS 'O FISH. Troy Life exemplifies the avid fisherman and ultimate FishAddix - as he, his wife, and his son went to the beach to fish in 20-30 mph winds, as noted in his January 24th report titled, "surf fishing". It's not everyday you go fishing with an anchor tied to yourself, but we admire your courage and enthusiasm Troy Life. Keep up the good work, and thanks for getting addicted!

CHIPTY (Scrambled acronym for "Cool Pen-Name I Haven't Thought of Yet")

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