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Old 06-05-2017, 04:38 PM   #1
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Was planning on making a night trip to the edge. Anybody got any tips or insight on night fishing out there? Thanks in advance

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Old 06-05-2017, 06:28 PM   #2
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Better in the day time. You can load up on the mingos and occasional scamp at night.
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Better in the day time. You can load up on the mingos and occasional scamp at night.
Any chance of tuna out there? I get off at 10 Friday night and I see the report is saying it'll be pretty flat.. plus a full moon

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Old 06-05-2017, 06:31 PM   #4
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Any chance of tuna out there? I get off at 10 Friday night and I see the report is saying it'll be pretty flat.. plus a full moon

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Worst case scenario I'll hit my snapper and grouper spots on my way back in...never been to the edge so wanted 2 give it a try

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I'd kinda like to do that at night also. We figs the edge all the time, but never at night.
This weekend may be the right one.
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I'd kinda like to do that at night also. We figs the edge all the time, but never at night.
This weekend may be the right one.
Never been out there....got a good coordinate or so for the Edge? Definitely trying to hook up on some Tuna....

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There is no better place to be than on the edge on a Friday night we will be out there getting some mangos and what ever might decide to bite


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stick it on dead south for 27 miles and look for a drop from 160 to 220 feet on your chart. You found the edge. Then troll some marks and drop down. Not that hard. The pic below from Google Earth will show you why they call it the Edge. Looks like a knife blade. Note the coordinates. EDIT: If you hit that AJ hole 3 miles from the edge prepare to have your shoulders dislocated.
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Never been out there....got a good coordinate or so for the Edge? Definitely trying to hook up on some Tuna....

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stick it on dead south for 27 miles and look for a drop from 160 to 220 feet on your chart. You found the edge. Then troll some marks and drop down. Not that hard. The pic below from Google Earth will show you why they call it the Edge. Looks like a knife blade. Note the coordinates. EDIT: If you hit that AJ hole 3 miles from the edge prepare to have your shoulders dislocated.
Appreciate the info

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