we won't know till we go! it sure is forecasted to be sporty. doesn't seem to matter is halibut season is in august or may seems to find the windsWeather and tide look really shitty for a reasonably early start, looks like to me before 4:00 AM (shit that's early) or after 7:30 AM (shit that's late) on the later. Dare I say restriction?
Not sure about the tides but what the fuck are you doing to that poor elephant in your avatar???Weather and tide look really shitty for a reasonably early start, looks like to me before 4:00 AM (shit that's early) or after 7:30 AM (shit that's late) on the later. Dare I say restriction?
We don't know yet. She's 12 1/2 and very arthritic. They're holding her, giving fluids et cetera to see if she clears out otherwise we'll have to take her elsewhere and probably surgery. Plus because of the problem she aspirated while trying to vomit so has pneumonia......damn dog anyway but they're family.How’s the dog? Had that happen to my current idiot. Vet wanted >$4k on a Sunday. I told them I’d donate $4k to an orphanage before spending it on her. Heck, a new one would be $1,200. Put her down. Vet about fell over. Then negotiated it to under $2,700 and included spaying her while they were in there. .
In my experience, when it's rough, the north side is typically rougher because you get waves coming from 2 or 3 directions. Typically on snotty days like yesterday I will try to cross a bit south of the green cans then turn north after I'm out a ways.So as I'm sort of new to westport and rough bar crossings... On days like yesterday and you plan on fishing north...do most of you just run across the opening on the inside then turn out to cross the bar on the north side of the entrance?
There were waves breaking in the middle where I usually would cross...but I figured WTF...send it. And so I sent it. But once through the snotty stuff I needed to go north to drop my pots off.
That's when I noticed the highway of boats running the bar on the north side.