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Old 02-16-2011, 12:36 PM   #1
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Default Pensacola/Mobile Tag Team - February 15th Report

We had another great night with beautiful sky and light winds. Visablity was great and there were "millions" of baby fish clouding up the water.

Final count was 13 Flounder, 36 Sheepshead and 19 Mullet.
Some of the Sheeps went over 10 lb's.
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Old 02-16-2011, 12:58 PM   #2
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Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Fulish850 in top pic. Never, ever get a gig fight with him....he never misses.
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Thats one hell of a haul!!! Bet you had a ton of fun cleaning all of those Sheepies.
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Holly Molly now that's some fish right there.Them guys must be like master splinter with them gigs nice variety.
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Now that was a hell of a "Goat Rodeo" how many gigs did ya"ll bend up on all those "goats"
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How in the hell did you gig a deer?
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The deer was something we found while gigging. I assume it drowned trying to cross Mobile Bay or Mississippi Sound. Years ago I saw one on the Gulf side....swimming the wrong way - South. My titanium gig needed to be "fixed" a few times after hitting the sheepsheads, but they were good last night.
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This is killing me. I cant stand it anymore. Great job and pics Overkill and partner. Im not much for cleaning a pile of goats but they are some fine eatin. Plan on hitting the water Sat night if this weather holds out.
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let me see someone Steam roll that ...... lol
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