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Thread: 6th Annual Cape Lookout Albie Trip (Pic Heavy)

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    Very nice pics!
    Give smokey a drip torch!

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    What kind of camera do you have? Very nice pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BunchesOfDux View Post
    What kind of camera do you have? Very nice pics!
    All these were shot with a older Canon T2i. The lens for the hero shots is a Tamron 28-75 f/2.8 and baitfish were shot with a Canon Prime 300 F/4L

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    Great pics. I always enjoy reading your reports.
    RIP: Bill Duncan, better known as "Bull Cook". Maker of fine duck calls and a teller of tall tales! The last of a dying breed.

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    Very nice! I'm going after them in the same area the morning.

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    Quack do you have an 18 c hawk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23mako View Post
    Quack do you have an 18 c hawk?
    Sure do. Well, its actually a 19' C-Hawk. 89' hull I believe

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    Looks like a good rig. Like how open it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23mako View Post
    Looks like a good rig. Like how open it is.
    Thanks! It has been a great sled for what I need it for. I can comfortably fish 3 or hunt 3 guys with up to 14 dozen decoys and still have wiggle room for the ride out.
    Here is a picture taken summer 2015 before I redid the non skid on the inside just to show the full layout. She is a heavy boat but takes seas like a tank!


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    I believe if you are going to be near shore fishing in NC a heavy boat is almost a requirement. That extra weight plowing through swells really comes in handy.

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