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Old 07-15-2004, 02:20 PM
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It was an article on bass and blues here is the last paragraph where your book is mentioned (last sentence)

These scenarios play out in the Chesapeake and Delaware bays, around the tip of Cape May and past the Barnegat inlets in New Jersey. Also try the big fish waters of Montauk Point on Long Island, past Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay and Nauset Beach on Cape Cod, or venture northward to Plum Island, New Hampshire’s Great Bay and up the Down East coast of Maine to Popham Beach. Stripers are even being landed in Boston Harbor now. Wherever the waters are right and the feed abundant you’ll find anglers galore, usually catching fish. An excellent guide to the best shore fishing from New Jersey to Maine is Frank Daignault’s Striper Hot Spots (1994, Globe Pequot Press).
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It was an article on bass and blues here is the last paragraph where your book is mentioned (last sentence)

These scenarios play out in the Chesapeake and Delaware bays, around the tip of Cape May and past the Barnegat inlets in New Jersey. Also try the big fish waters of Montauk Point on Long Island, past Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay and Nauset Beach on Cape Cod, or venture northward to Plum Island, New Hampshire’s Great Bay and up the Down East coast of Maine to Popham Beach. Stripers are even being landed in Boston Harbor now. Wherever the waters are right and the feed abundant you’ll find anglers galore, usually catching fish. An excellent guide to the best shore fishing from New Jersey to Maine is Frank Daignault’s Striper Hot Spots (1994, Globe Pequot Press).
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Old 07-15-2004, 02:48 PM
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I think this calls for a bit of breach of protocol - YEAH FRANK!!!
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Old 07-15-2004, 05:06 PM
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That's cool. Well organized books garner plenty of attention. Tell me, who wrote the piece? That is the guy I have to keep on the review list. OL has a lot of circulation. (I'm still bummed.) Thanks for bringint it up.

Striper Hot Spots don't get no respect but it has had as many printings as Striper Surf in many less years. But as a locations directory, it is hardly piscatorial porn like my other titles.
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was written by tom fuller heres the complete article

http://www.outdoorlife.com/outdoor/d...659588,00.html
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Old 07-16-2004, 09:08 AM
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Read it, Never. He has plugged my books before. I'll check the review list and make sure he is still getting Frank's poorly organized books. I am not going to say, "You a peach" because guys don't like that. Your cool.
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