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Old 04-12-2017, 06:01 PM   #1
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Got out there little too late, but still set up for swords. Caught 45# escolar and no other bites. After sun rise trolled towards squiggles, no bites. Weather turned bad before we made it there so decided to head in. Caught 40# wahoo on the way in 240ft. water was blueish out there but not really cobalt. No rips, scattered grass and very little life.
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Old 04-12-2017, 06:16 PM   #2
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I had to google escolar. never seen one of those.
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I had to google escolar. never seen one of those.
controversial stories about it. we ate it, not too much though. grilled it to rare and it was excellent.
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controversial stories about it. we ate it, not too much though. grilled it to rare and it was excellent.
The word is if you eat too much of it, it will come out faster than it went in...in at the top...out at the bottom!
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The word is if you eat too much of it, it will come out faster than it went in...in at the top...out at the bottom!
it's been now 3 days and 4 people had it. had sashimi sunday, grilled it monday. No side effects so far. But it really is very fatty and i feel like i can take a long break from eating it.
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Were the scales smooth or rough?


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on the smooth side for sure
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Rough is oil fish?
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on the smooth side for sure


That's awesome. All I ever get is those dang oilfish, would love to get an escolar.


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