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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 7:52 am • #  
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This fishing was in Brazil, last year. How i can to see, the 324 is very used in England for course fishing, but is good too for salt channel trips in Brazilian conditions.

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First, a sip of coffe, Brazilian style (strong and sweet). :sHa_lol:

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The chosen place.

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Setting the tackle. :sHa_yes:

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Calm place today. Not so much boats high and low. ;)

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Fish coming.

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And thats it :sHa_yes: . Just time to have a beer (or three) and ask for the lunch at local restaurant.

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Till the next. :sHa_lol:

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Hello Mauricio, That's a nice basket of fish you caught there. That Mitchell 324 you have there may be old but it sure is in nice shape for its age. Wish I could get out fishing but we are in a cold snap right now, and the temperature is below freezing for about 2 weeks now. All the lakes and ponds are covered in ice. Well ,it will warm up in about 2 months I just have to wait. Tite lines and regards , John in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.


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Oscillator1 wrote:
Hello Mauricio, That's a nice basket of fish you caught there. That Mitchell 324 you have there may be old but it sure is in nice shape for its age. Wish I could get out fishing but we are in a cold snap right now, and the temperature is below freezing for about 2 weeks now. All the lakes and ponds are covered in ice. Well ,it will warm up in about 2 months I just have to wait. Tite lines and regards , John in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.


Hi , Pal. Nice to hear your words. Yeah, that 324 is in good shape, but have some minor external issues, like little scratches. I have another one, in really mint conditions, which I haven't courage to use. :sHa_lol:

In fact, my american friends said its really cold in USA this days. :bored

Regards. :sHa_yes:


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