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Old 04-26-2018, 11:10 PM   #1
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Default Anyone headed offshore this weekend? 4/28

Seas look to be pretty calm this weekend and looking to drag some skirts Sunday! We plan on running the edge to the nipple and was wondering if any other PFFrs will be out and about?
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Old 04-26-2018, 11:13 PM   #2
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I'm looking at Saturday, moon seems right for a wahoo bite. I'll have a tailwalker or two in the spread.
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I'm looking at Saturday, moon seems right for a wahoo bite. I'll have a tailwalker or two in the spread.
Hey Bro, good to hear from ya! Let us know how things go. Looking forward to some good pics from your catch!
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I was planning on it but the latest forecast is showing the wind and seas to pick up. Hopefully thats not the case!
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We made a run to the edge wed and pulled lures for several hours without any success. Probably should have ran further south and got into warmer water. Temp was 67-68.
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Thanks for the info Bluecape, we are planning on going south sat.
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I'm looking at Saturday, moon seems right for a wahoo bite. I'll have a tailwalker or two in the spread.
We'll be out there as well. Not sure I'll be able to convince Eric to let me try my new Tailwalker since he's doesn't like to troll.
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We'll be out there as well. Not sure I'll be able to convince Eric to let me try my new Tailwalker since he's doesn't like to troll.
If you have the Fury or Fury XL lure you can convince him to troll from bottom spot to spot. These lures can be trolled from 12-20 knots and if you're in deep enough water you can double up on your chances for bottom fish and maybe a wahoo!

Besides tell Eric don't be so cruel! 😎😜
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If you have the Fury or Fury XL lure you can convince him to troll from bottom spot to spot. These lures can be trolled from 12-20 knots and if you're in deep enough water you can double up on your chances for bottom fish and maybe a wahoo!

Besides tell Eric don't be so cruel! 😎😜
I do have the Fury. Maybe I'll just throw it out there in between spots and not even tell him.
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