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Old 05-27-2013, 10:14 AM   #1
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Fished a little rip yesterday that had a few fish on it. We ended up with a 42 lb dolphin, a couple small wahoo, and a nice little 175-200 lb rat blue. It was a fun day and nice to be on the board early in the season. Got good video of the fish but only a few still shots next to the boat. Will try to upload the video later.


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Old 05-27-2013, 10:20 AM   #2
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Sweet !!!!!
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Nice!!!
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A rat blue is better than no blue, not a bad mahi either. Good stuff!
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Old 05-27-2013, 07:36 PM   #5
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Fat dolphin, congrats on the blue!
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A rat blue is better than no blue, not a bad mahi either. Good stuff!
Hell....I'd rather a rat blue than a big ole girl!

A rat you can finish in a reasonable time, anything over 450-500 means you are gonna be there a while!?!

Nice trip!
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[QUOTE=JMB;1193759]Hell....I'd rather a rat blue than a big ole girl!

A rat you can finish in a reasonable time, anything over 450-500 means you are gonna be there a while!?!

A rat blue is way more dangerous than a fat girl blue... if caught on heavy tackle the fish is still VERY green when trying to wire it... pull to hard on the wire close to the boat during a jump and the fish may be inside the boat with you on the outside ... or worse stuck through someone waiting to assist with a release.... Every fish fight is different ... you might have a 600 + swim to the boat and roll over... only too hook up a 300 that will not give it up !!
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Great job crew!!
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Wow, nice mahi

Congrats on the Marlin Too !
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