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Old 08-29-2012, 09:37 PM   #1
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Caugh this a little bit ago near The Oyster Bar there were tons thats all I could catch o and I caught another one it had black vertical stripes and orange spots on it I wonder what that was also, thanks guys. Found out what the other fish was it was a Pigfish
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Old 08-29-2012, 09:40 PM   #2
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pinfish or from around PC a choffer

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O wow awesome well I heard those are great bait for shark/reds yes?
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O wow awesome well I heard those are great bait for shark/reds yes?

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To use them for bait would I cut them up or just use them whole because the ones that I was catching were probably about 6-7 in long?
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WHOLE!!!!! Go big or go home!!!
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Just a big ole pinfish.
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Ha okie dokie I guess I better put more than 15lb test on my reel then?
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pinfish are all over the place during the summer. need a small hook or they will steal your bait all day. personally I hate them, don't like how they taste at all. a great fish to take a kid fishing for. they do fight hard on light tackle.
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