SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6/13

By: GRANDMANAN , 11:18 AM GMT on October 06, 2013

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Another morning with 'variable cloud', cloud mostly, a cool 6C, supposed to become sunny with a high in mid teens. Moisture to start the week, with nice weather to follow.

Managed to make a hole in the chores, however still some to finish off today. Grounds should be nearly ready for the winter, lots of leaves about, but they blow in out till snow covers them.

Quite a few baiting pockets yesterday, and putting up salt bait, seiners must have found some around somewhere, not much news from the weir side of the industry.

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2. palmettobug53
4:44 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
Happy Sunday, Rob.

Have you made a dent in the "Yes, Dear" list?

That 'seniors cruise' sounds like an enjoyable outing for those of you not up to doing the daily grind. Get your hands wet, some good company and, hopefully, a full boat at the end of the day.

I'm going to assume that Miss Donna is in the early throes of planning and prep for the big Thanksgiving gathering next weekend.
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1. GRANDMANAN
2:15 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
Mornin David a grand one it is now, just before noon, bright sun a slight draft from the North, temp 10C ideal for getting the yard mowing and such completed.

You must be getting ready to bring your gear ashore as we are preparing to have at it. Bait finally beginning to show up, believe some had to be purchased down around Boston, assume that is the frozen. No much capability of freezing large amounts locally. I managed an aquaculture feed plant at one time, one of the primary ingredients was frozen herring and could store a million pounds. That has gone by however the building getting a new life for holding lobsters, approx. 400K lbs, lot of stock.

Hoping your daughter is liking her new position, with that much time at higher learning certain she has lots to offer her employer.

I am going with Tony for at least the first couple of days when lobster season opens. It is becoming somewhat of a seniors cruise, but always fun. He has many hands about for those days makes it easier for those of us not used to the physical requirements. Look forward to it, always fun, we are usually completed by dark with a start at 0700HRS.
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