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Old 10-09-2014, 11:37 AM   #1
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or lack there of. was supposed to have a crew of five well 5am comes and only have me and another guy well off we go put lines in just north of the nipple at about 8 am worked all over the area from 350-700 foot not the first knock down. saw one school of tuna come up and sky on baits knocking them out of the water but they were gone in no time. pulled every lure i had to pull bonitas illanders stretches jet heads moldcrafts cedar plugs and i am sure i am forgetting some. changed speed and position of lures in my spread too just guess it wasnt my day. felt like i was in a good area judging by all the other boats. hopefully i will get them next time still a great day on the water.
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Old 10-09-2014, 01:35 PM   #2
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it was a tough bite for sure. We didn't see any surface activity other than the fish that came in our spread. I was really hoping for a school of tuna to show up, we had the spinning rods ready all day.

I bet your next trip will be awesome - and don't re-invite the guys that bailed on you. They'll probably just do it again. (learned from experience)
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Old 10-09-2014, 02:31 PM   #3
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I agree it was a slow bite. We had 1 cut leader and 1 fish caught. Water looked good and great weed patch but no game fish. Couldn't even get bit on ballyhoo at weeds. We ll reload and head back out
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thanks for not making me feel as bad guys haha and i also pullled ballyhoo naked and behind islanders. most of my normal crew was out of town or away at school i would have went solo if i had to i needed to get out bad lol
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Thanks for a honest fishing report of that area. Sorry to hear about the mutinous crew. Were there a lot of boats in the area?
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Old 10-09-2014, 06:52 PM   #6
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I believe I saw about ten boats total (around the nipple/south) most at one time was 4 or 5
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You never know til you go, some days they just don't bite for who knows why? Just never get discouraged and keep swinging!
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You never know til you go, some days they just don't bite for who knows why? Just never get discouraged and keep swinging!
That's the plan I am still learning and just have to pick and choose my days in my little single engine boat but my day will come
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