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Old 04-13-2013, 09:04 PM   #1
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Went out to the Navarre Pier for a couple hours this evening before this weather moves in. The deck was littered with Spanish. Mostly being caught on Gotcha (silver more than Gold) and large sabiki type rigs. I couldnt manage to get one up, but lost several including two gotcha lures despite 50# flurocarbon leaders... Rumor has it a couple Cobia were landed, but I did't see any action from 430-6pm.
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Old 04-13-2013, 09:09 PM   #2
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I hope you didn't take any pictures of Blake while you were out there. Lol. J/K
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Old 04-13-2013, 09:26 PM   #3
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i hope you didn't take any pictures of blake while you were out there. Lol. J/k
bawhahaha like this????


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Old 04-13-2013, 09:46 PM   #4
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That's pretty damn funny, Blake will be the blunt of all upcoming Navarre pier jokes.
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Old 04-13-2013, 11:49 PM   #5
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x2 Cant wait to get some cardstock so I can make my blake mask. I might have to use that pic...
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Old 04-14-2013, 03:45 PM   #6
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I was on Navarre Pier all day yesterday. Didn't see Blake but I wasn't lookin for him either. I stay in the pompano fishin area closer to the beach. I did see at least three cobia caught right in on the sandbar (or whats left of it). Lots of spanish were caught along with a fair share of pompano. One huge tarpon came down the bar as well.
A tourist caught a big ray and one of the locals was trying to help him get it unhooked after bringing it over the rail.
The ray flopped around on the deck and barbed the local kid right above the knee. They hauled him off to the doctor with that thing sticking out of his leg bout 1/2".
Hope he is doin alright.
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Old 04-14-2013, 03:51 PM   #7
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A tourist caught a big ray and one of the locals was trying to help him get it unhooked after bringing it over the rail.
The ray flopped around on the deck and barbed the local kid right above the knee. They hauled him off to the doctor with that thing sticking out of his leg bout 1/2".
Hope he is doin alright.
wow..hate to hear that , hope he is ok.
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i was there too. seemed the silver ones produced more. i only had green with red head and a pink with black spots. the pink was on fire. had them swarming almost every cast but only managed 2 in about 2 hours. plus a guy gave me his 40lb sting ray.
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I was on Navarre Pier all day yesterday. Didn't see Blake but I wasn't lookin for him either. I stay in the pompano fishin area closer to the beach. I did see at least three cobia caught right in on the sandbar (or whats left of it). Lots of spanish were caught along with a fair share of pompano. One huge tarpon came down the bar as well.
A tourist caught a big ray and one of the locals was trying to help him get it unhooked after bringing it over the rail.
The ray flopped around on the deck and barbed the local kid right above the knee. They hauled him off to the doctor with that thing sticking out of his leg bout 1/2".
Hope he is doin alright.
he's fine. the ray i mentioned above became a topic of conversation at the wash station and his dad was there. He had the barb in a baggie and showed it off. said the kid was fine.

just an FYI, heat subsides the pain and neutralizes the venom. Cold DOES NOT! if you get stung run the area under as hot of water as you can stand until the pain goes away then clean it up with alcohol and/or peroxide. those big hand warmers come in handy as well and i always have a couple in the car just because i used to catch a bunch in California.
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Old 04-14-2013, 08:47 PM   #10
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Thanks for the info on treating the ray sting with heat. Don't plan on letting one stick me but you never know.
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