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Old 07-04-2009, 06:23 AM   #21
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Ultralite (7/3/2009)isn't that one (3tail) in your avatar Z.
Yep.

Those are awesome videos. "Child's play" I like it.
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Old 07-04-2009, 12:57 PM   #22
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Another video from our trip...

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you're killing me mike. another great trip, good job
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Anyone that has a few hundred bucks to spend on a trip can go with me next time. Hell,I was gonna invite someone from the forum to go with me for free if Angela opted out of the trip. PM me if you want to go on the best sight fishing trip of your life for some hard fighting tripletails.
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We saw some cool stuff on our trip. Tripletail are such a weird and wonderful fish- like cobia. We saw several free jump, and some of them were very large. We also saw them strike aggressivelyat a cork. Too bad the cork did nothave a hook in it. I was flat out amazed at times by the numbers of triples we saw/caught at a single spot.We worked some of the spots hard, and whileI was waiting to move on I would hook up- taught me a lot about work ethic and patience when it comes to fishing. I was also glad I had a guide- I could have done well on the 'tails in my boat fishing that area but having a guide makes all the difference when it comes to hooking a stubborn fish or just out and out knowledge and casting accuracy. Captain William whooped some arse and we caught several fish we would not have caught had we been on our own.
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are these fish here in pensacola and no one fishes for them or what ?? makes me want to hook to the boat and head to mobile bay
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One more video link for you all. Thanks for all the replies and KEEP THEM COMING! I appreciate them all and love sharing my adventures with my forum brethren...Mike


This video is kind of funny to me. Also, anyone that gets on a good tripletail bite in Pensacola that shares info with me is in for a free trip with Captain William courtesy of me. I know they are probably here. Someone needs to man up and post a report. I know what it means to post reports as far as secrets getting out. I've posted 3 on the fishery in Mobile Bay and the fish are getting way more pressure now.
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JoeZ (7/3/2009)I caught the baby -- 16 pounds -- and lost two that were pushing double that.

I'd trade for your day in heart beat.

Except for cleaning them, those things are armor plated. I'll take one jumbo on the table vs. a bucket of regulars.

Any tricks Capt. William passed along on that end?
Joe Z- The best part of the guided trip is when you get back to the dock and the guide cleans the fish! I had a set of Dexter Russels in the car but Captain William just sharpened up his fillet knife and went to work. Cleaned them quick! We had 3 HEAVY gallon freezerbags of fillets.I gave one of them to Captain William's uncle. I think the captain got a few out of the bag later, so it was all good. Everyone is eating tasty tripletail.
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:bowdown Great post! I probably spent a good 15 minutes on this one post between the dialogue, pics, and vids. I enjoyed it... great job on your trip; looked like loads of fun!
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mdrobe2 (7/4/2009)One more video link for you all. Thanks for all the replies and KEEP THEM COMING! I appreciate them all and love sharing my adventures with my forum brethren...Mike



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIPoSUYGsrY


dang mike! that's the best video of all...a very nice fish! funny stuff..."14lbs? more like 10...16 it is...he'll be 25 when it hits the forum" funny and so true when it come to fisherman...thanks again for the thread...



that last video kinda got to me a little...like, i need to go fishing...bad!
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