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Old 12-08-2019, 11:10 PM   #1
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Default Last few grouper trips have been good.

Gone 4 times in the last month or so. Most trips we just killed a couple and did something else. One trip I didnt even take pics...oh well. Here are some pics from three of them though. Enjoy! Im JONESING for a tuna trip though....
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Good eatin right there!
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Wow! Nice work. Did you go the way to the Edge?
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that's the most long-tails i've seen in a while. see a few tile, too.
yall musta been in some deep water.
any way you look at it, that's a lot of meat.

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Wow! Nice work. Did you go the way to the Edge?
The "edge" due south of the pass aint even half way to were I normally go. I do stop there for bait though.
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that's the most long-tails i've seen in a while. see a few tile, too.
yall musta been in some deep water.
any way you look at it, that's a lot of meat.

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That day, I found a rock in about 780' marking up real good but all we caught were the LTSB but they were biting good. I try to make a conscious effort to just take a few fish and move on. We could have loaded up on LTSB there as we were getting bit as soon as it hit the bottom on every drop but variety is the spice of life! The Golden Tiles were hot too that day. We did have to move around a bit to find the yellowedge but once we did we got our two man limit in an hour or so.

The trips with big snowies, I stopped grouper fishing after catching them, again, I try really hard to just keep what we can eat fresh. Obviously there is no catch and release when it comes to deep water grouper so we just move on and do something else.

Deep water fish grow very slowly so its important to take very good care of them. That means knowing when to stop and keeping those numbers close to your chest.
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Can't believe I missed this when you posted it!!! That is a dang mess right there!!!!
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Nice haul! What were you using for bait? I was going to try to head deep next week and deep drop with squid. I was thinking of Tolling around and look for some bottom that looks good. I don’t have a bunch of go to spots in 700ft but hopping seas cooperate to find something decent or a nice wahoo looking!

Any suggestions on where to start?
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