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Hello Tar Heels, I am moving to NC next month from the Hampton Roads area. I'm a Navy vet and I'm still in the Reserves. Originally from Wisconsin and spent a lot of time trolling for salmon and walleyes on the Great Lakes, and would love to get back into open water trolling here. My girlfriend and I both love to hunt and fish, and we are interested in doing some networking and maybe finding a local fishing club to join. I'll be moving near Williamston, so I'm interested in learning the Roanoke River, Albemarle Sound and both nearshore and offshore ocean fishing. I don't quite have the boat to run out to the gulf stream, but my girl and I will be more than happy to pitch in gas money for someone looking for a crew. I can run my own boat for closer stuff, but I don't like to run too far with only one engine. Weekdays are better than weekends.
 

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How did you know I'm bald? :D
I know everything....haha. Let's try this again, we are GLAD to have you. Sometimes my fingers type faster than my eyes are capable of viewing what is on the screen and others I fat finger something and auto correct gets me and changes to what it thinks I was trying to say. That's my story and I'm sticking to it
 

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When in doubt, blame Auto Correct!

Lived in Chesapeake and worked at CHKD for a few years, as did my wife back around 2001-2004. Welcome to North Carolina, and thank you for your service. I don't live in your area, but if you're in the Piedmont Triad area and looking for some bass fishing, let me know.

Welcome to NCAngler!
 

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Sounds like someone needs the Red X link?

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Welcome! And yes, you should 'hook up' with the Red X Anglers. Our club can be found under Fishing Clubs in the forum section of this fine website. We have regular Meet and Greets all over the state including the areas you want to fish. But Carolina offers virtually every type of fishing imaginable as you will find out. I'm sure you will find, as many of us have, that being a Red X Angler will result in your meeting and fishing with the most helpful, humble and finest human beings around. I'm not exaggerating. Check us out and if you want to join, here's the link on how to do it. It's free.

http://www.ncangler.com/forums/threads/43606-Red-X-Anglers-Who-We-Are-And-How-To-Join
 
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