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Old 09-12-2015, 09:39 PM   #1
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We set out around 630 headed to catch some scamp. After seeing a billfish jumping on the way out we decided to pull some lines for a bit. Put a few bobos in the box (cut bait!!) Pulled last ten miles of the ride out wit no luck. But did see a rip in distance and put it in the memory bank incase scamp was a bust. Put 10 scamp in the boat fast and then the plow holes showed up! After covering 6 miles of bottom and watching my anglers lose 10 to 15 straight fish to flipper our crew lost intrest. So we set out for the rip seen earlier. Pulled 4 miles south with no luck turned her back north and pulling half way back a bill showed itself behind the port rigger. Waisted no time eating and the fight was on beautiful sail. Got some great photos and watched a healthy fish pull away what an amazingly beautiful display of color and our angler got on heck of a 64th birthday present! Awsome day even better crew! God is good!!!
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Old 09-12-2015, 09:43 PM   #2
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Old 09-13-2015, 09:21 AM   #3
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Dang fine looking sail!!! Dern sure fine BDAY present!!!
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Old 09-13-2015, 11:26 AM   #4
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Awesome fish! The first sailfish I ever caught was off PCB, Glad it came together for you!


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Great report.

I'm not trying to be a buzz kill, and this has come up before, but putting a picture of yourself violating federal law is not a good idea. All billfish must remain in the water unless you plan on killing the fish and bringing it back to dock.
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Awesome fish, nice work!


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Nice sail....
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Great report.

I'm not trying to be a buzz kill, and this has come up before, but putting a picture of yourself violating federal law is not a good idea. All billfish must remain in the water unless you plan on killing the fish and bringing it back to dock.
First Ive heard of this....
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