See larger Carlos Galanza, right, and his father, Ramon Galanza, arrived at the Big Hickory Pass bridge around 7:30 a.m. with several fishing poles, bait, a card table and a set of dominoes. The two pass the time between bites. “Two to three hours pass and you don’t even know it,” Carlos Galanza said. “We usually have four people playing, either friends or family.” They’ve been playing dominoes while fishing for years and move the game under the bridge when the weather gets too hot. “He always wins,” the elder Galanza said.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

Carlos Galanza, right, and his father, Ramon Galanza, arrived at the Big Hickory Pass bridge around 7:30 a.m. with several fishing poles, bait, a card table and a set of dominoes. The two pass the time between bites. “Two to three hours pass and you don’t even know it,” Carlos Galanza said. “We usually have four people playing, either friends or family.” They’ve been playing dominoes while fishing for years and move the game under the bridge when the weather gets too hot. “He always wins,” the elder Galanza said.

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