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Old 01-13-2010, 03:08 PM   #51
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tunapopper (1/12/2010)Also remember guys the water quality sucked last year with all the flood waters that came down from the MS river and blown over by relentless westerly winds all spring and early summer. I still managed 7 from my kayak including a 52"er

We'll see about this year. It is kinda sad about the sales of them and that of course always resulting in a drive to harvest but one thing is for sure, when money talks it is spoken often even by those who were originally against it.
7 from a Kayak Is impressive! wait till you get a big one on! What then, Hit the beach?
Hell no I'm not hitting the beach, I hook and land all of mine from the yak.

that pic looks like you just barely stuck em on that gaff shot
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Old 01-13-2010, 04:10 PM   #52
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Oh no Brandon, I hit him good behind the collar and after the 3-4 solid minutes of awhite-water filled, side-to-side rockin and rollin beating, this is where the hook was. Luckily I slashed his gills when he slowed and he was dead before the hook could completely tear out
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Old 01-13-2010, 04:32 PM   #53
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are my eyes decieving me or is that a popper in its mouth?
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Your eyes are correct.I have found that if a cobia is hungry he will attack a popper just as aggressive as anything else. Its also a hell of a lot more exciting watching him mow it down 8ft from the yak
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Old 01-13-2010, 05:02 PM   #55
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ive always wanted to watch a cobe blow up on a popper

i also wana try a big banjo minnow on one
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Old 01-13-2010, 05:35 PM   #56
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Yep...all the cobias are gone...its nothing like the past. Dont go...they already said there are no more. Dont make me post my 09 model pics! Negative Nancys every year...save it man! I bet they used to catch alot of sailfish off the beach too huh!:moon
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Old 01-13-2010, 08:15 PM   #57
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F March. I want April.
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Old 01-14-2010, 08:46 PM   #58
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[email protected] (1/13/2010)Yep...all the cobias are gone...its nothing like the past. Dont go...they already said there are no more. Dont make me post my 09 model pics! Negative Nancys every year...save it man! I bet they used to catch alot of sailfish off the beach too huh!:moon
First off Texan, Sail Fish arent swimming on top eating everythging throwed at them by boats. Sail fish dont win no 2 month tournament. Sail fish arent for $"Sale fish". Thats why they are around& ling are Vanishing!:banghead Your kidding right? So you think ling are abundant?:doh
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Old 01-14-2010, 09:00 PM   #59
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Its not that I think there are a ton of cobia swimming out there but I hate when people like me get all excited about the season and you come rain on the cobia parade! Make them illegal to sell! That would be fine with me...but just because its not the 90s doesnt mean we cant be excited for spring.
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[email protected] (1/14/2010)Its not that I think there are a ton of cobia swimming out there but I hate when people like me get all excited about the season and you come rain on the cobia parade! Make them illegal to sell! That would be fine with me...but just because its not the 90s doesnt mean we cant be excited for spring.
Well, Get excited then. Have wet dreams about them. I used too. But reality set in. Maybe the fishin diffrent down to the east. No other fish is destroyed like ling are. My raining as you say is howi feel about their dissapearing with nothing being done about it. You dont seem to feel that way. Theres been plenty of fish over the years but less every year.I dont care about king mackeral, Bonitos, Etc. They arent Exploited like ling are. Someone has to take thier side. Dont get me wrong, I love ling Fishing. Just want my kids & grand kids to be able to catch them as I have. Ling were best in the 70's I think.I will Continue to rain On "Cobia fishing" untill something is done. I'm not a Cobia fisherman, I'm a ling Fisherman.
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