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[NEWS]Tharp: Learning to love the ledges
« on: June 27, 2015, 02:00:07 AM »

Tharp: Learning to love the ledges

I am home for the first time since February. I haven’t found any other place that can clear my head and put everything back into perspective for me like my home in Florida. The waves hitting the sand and salt in the air is something I have been longing for for quite some time. The fishing here is amazing all year long and quite frankly, I just can’t get enough of it. The best part of it to me is that it’s relatively untapped. It doesn’t matter if I go fishing inshore, offshore or up a river to catch a few bass, it is never crowded.

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