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Old Sep 20, 2010, 12:12 AM   #1
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Default The Art of Fishing - Part II

This was Part I: The Art of Fishing


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Old Sep 20, 2010, 4:20 AM   #2
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Sweet shots as usual, how do you protect your kit when in the canoe?
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excellent as always NHL! I love the close to the water perspective you shot these at.
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Nice! But what, no more chicks?
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Great shots!! The first series is great also. Good eye for composure and I'm sure good patients goes with that also.
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Sweet shots as usual, how do you protect your kit when in the canoe?
Thanks Mark

My kayak is a Pungo 120 from Wilderness System, it came with a removeable dashboard which can protect my camera(s) from splashes when they are placed underneath

On a lake or on the Potomac this is not a big issue as the water there are pretty calm... When I was on the bay or near the ocean couple of weeks ago, the bigger waves, or wakes from the larger boats tended to be more problematic and the dashboard was a definite help

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Nice! But what, no more chicks?
I need a break and some exercises...

Definitely more challenging than the models and they tend not to listen posing instruction!!!

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Thank you everyone for all the nice comments

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Amazing. Brilliant.
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