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Old 07-05-2011, 12:25 PM   #1
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Wondering if anyone had a few numbers for triggers and mingo around the I-10 bridge rubble area. I was out there a few days ago and limited out on snapper then couldn't find anything else to catch and keep. All I have for a trade is a good bay number for snapper and grouper than I came across a few weeks ago. I caught legal snapper off it and dove it and shot some as well. I can tell you what exactly what the structure is and the species I saw while spearfishing it. I plan on heading out tomorrow morning so any quick responses would be great. Thanks!
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Old 07-05-2011, 01:02 PM   #2
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There is mingos on the bridge rubble just change your rod set up. we caught some yesterday there.
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Since the Head boats have been hitting it almost everytime I've been out , there's not much left to catch there .
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Since the Head boats have been hitting it almost everytime I've been out , there's not much left to catch there .
Now that snapper season is gone and there is not much demand for offshore charters as much, do you think they will start schooling again and regaining thier numbers?
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I would like to hope so but that BIG 40 person Cattle boat with the Dolphin painted on the side was wearing it out on all the rubble sites every time I passed by there .
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