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Old 10-28-2014, 01:04 PM   #1
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Default Overnighter with some help from Delynn

I asked Delynn to help me run the boat for a trip with a group that won a charity auction to go tuna fishing on my boat. We got a late start on sunday and finally left at 4:30pm from OB. We put the throttles down and ran 50mph to our bait stop about 60 miles offshore.We made quick work of about 50 hardtails in less than 10min., then made a very quick stop at horn just to see if there were any tunas jumping since daylight was fading. No go. Pushed south. Slowed it down to 40 since it was now dark and we were in no rush. Made it to Blind Faith and set out live baits. Had our first yft on the boat in 15min. Caught one more before the bite shut down. We all went to sleep and got back to work around 4:30am. Bite turned on at 5ish and we put several more yft on the boat. Tons of fish around the rig. Caught several barely legal yft that we released. Had enough fish, so we pointed north at 8:15am and got home at 11:45am. To top off the trip, we saw a pod of whales about 2 miles north of Blind Faith. Smooth sailing all the way home. Great group of people. The first two pics and the whale pic are the ones I took on my cell. The others are from Jeff Nelson at Jeff Nelson Studios. He took tons of pics. These are the only ones I have now. cant wait to see the rest. should have a video he made in a couple of weeks.
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Old 10-28-2014, 01:33 PM   #2
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Nice report cliff.
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Old 10-28-2014, 01:44 PM   #3
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Good job on the tuna! The weather sure was nice Sunday. Great conditions for an overnighter.
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nice report and weather. wish I could run 50mph!
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Congrats! Very nice rig.

Is your boat out of Destin?
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He's good. I had him on my boat a few weeks ago. Loaded the cooler slap full of scamp, gag and tuna. He definitely knows how to catch fish.
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Congrats! Very nice rig.

Is your boat out of Destin?
out of orange beach
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WHAT?? He catches more than copper bellies? Nice Job!
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nice report and weather. wish I could run 50mph!
With trip 300s you could!
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great report!! that's some nice YFT!
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