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Friendly fishing rivals both come out winners

Bert Wilmer, a North Carolina dentist who former worked out of West Milton, displays the six-pound largemouth bass he caught while fishing with friend and Gazette outdoors columnist Ed Noonan on the St. Johns River in Florida.
Bert Wilmer, a North Carolina dentist who former worked out of West Milton, displays the six-pound largemouth bass he caught while fishing with friend and Gazette outdoors columnist Ed Noonan on the St. Johns River in Florida.
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After five decades of fishing, my favorite fish to catch continues to be the freshwater black bass. I’ve fished in many of the lakes and rivers in New York state and caught very nice large- and smallmouth bass. When I’m asked for my favorite water, my answer is us­ually, “Whichever one I’m on.” However, in Florida, where I am now, my answer would be the St. Johns River. This river is 310 miles long and ...


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