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« Reply #40 on: December 16, 2019, 09:43:45 PM »

All I know is that once duck season began, DNR didn't care much about boarding crab boats in my areas.  They were going stealth in camo boats targetting the duck hunters. 
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« Reply #41 on: December 16, 2019, 11:26:05 PM »

The duck blind in the middle of the narrows is still there. Would hate to hit that in the dark.
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« Reply #42 on: December 16, 2019, 11:59:45 PM »

The duck blind in the middle of the narrows is still there. Would hate to hit that in the dark.

  The Duck Blind that I am referring to was at that time one of the most elaborate Duck blinds that I have ever seen. I looked it over very closely inside and I knew that this was no ordinary Duck Blind, it even had a place to store the small boat that was used to get to this Blind. I knew that it cost somebody a fortune to erect this Blind in the middle of the river, so I asked a Comm who was crabbing on the river that day.  I wanted to know who owned this Duck Blind since it was built so fine. The Comm told me who the owner of that blind was. Now it is up to you and anyone else to tell me who owned this Duck Blind way back then. Bear in mind that I remembered this information all these years from about 1976 or 75 that would make it 43 or 44 years ago. If no one can find out who owned that Duck Blind way back there in time, I will tell you all who owned it. You will be surprised to find out who owned it.

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« Reply #43 on: December 17, 2019, 08:17:48 PM »

I'd be guessing if I said Shaitman's built and owned that blind.  But the best I could come up with. 
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« Reply #44 on: December 17, 2019, 11:13:16 PM »

The duck blind in the middle of the narrows is still there. Would hate to hit that in the dark.
I don't think that the Blind that you are talking about
is the same one that I am talking about. The reason
that I say that is , I don't think that the Blind that I
am talking about could have survived that long 43 or
44 Years. Maybe it might have been rebuilt but it is
not the same Blind that was owned by this person.

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P.S. I used to run the Delaware Bay at night in the pitch dark, and the only thing that was in my path was a Black Can buoy. When I fished at night at Brandywine shoal light I traveled at night back to port at Cedar Creek Launch which was 9 mi away. I used a 5,000 candle power spot light to find that Black can buoy on my way back to port. I never came close to hitting that can buoy because I knew it was in my path and I looked for it. I might add that I am or should I say I was no beginner to water travel and I started at a very young age when I was 16 years old. I took two years of training at the Coast Guard Axillary when I started to run the bays and Ocean at the age of 16 , and I might add IMHO everyone who owns a watercraft should have to go to these classes and learn what water safety is all about. I did not live to be 80 years old by doing stupid stuff, and taking stupid chances !!

Oh I am reminded by my RIB that I forgot to put the plug in the boat before I launched it a coupla times, but I guess no one else ever done that before. HA HA HA
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I thought that I made a mistake once , but I was WRONG.
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