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Old 07-03-2013, 03:34 PM   #1
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What a fun weekend we had at the Pensacola International. To start with we had one of the best crews I have fished with in a long time. Usually I would be running the boat but this weekend I took a break from the wheel and turned it over to Capt. Myles Colley. Wow what a great captain and fisherman, as you all already know that just by looking at the Reel Worthless tournament record. Then we also had a mate Kyle Smith who fishes out of Venice. I have never fished with Kyle but damn what a mate. He had the cockpit under control the whole time. He knew what he was doing. I just played engineer this weekend trying to keep everything operating so everybody could have a good time. The rest of the crew was the owner Mr. Allen, his son Robert, my brother Jody, then our friends Dave, and John Michael. Everybody has boats and fishes so we didn't have to take care of anybody this weekend. Now to the fishing.
On Thursday afternoon Myles and myself were sitting in the boat studying Hiltons to see where we needed to go and to get a game plan. My wife and our 2 year old Parker were also in the boat. Myles held his I-Pad up and I told Parker to pick where the big marlin was going to be caught at. He walked up to the I-pad and pointed right to the Horn Mountain. Myles looked to me and said its a sign that's where we need to go, but after we studied the map a little more we choose a spot a little further south. So we arrived at our spot on Friday morning and the fishing began. Friday was a great day for us. We released our first blue marlin at 6:30am and had a nice 142# yellowfin by 8:00am. Then from 8 till 4 we didn't have another bite. Then the afternoon bite happened. We had 3 blue marlin on between 4 and dark. We caught and released 2 and the 3rd one spit the bait at us 10ft from us grabbing the leader. So we finished the day 3 for 4 on blue marlin. Saturday morning came around and the seas picked up a little, the water had turned a little green, and the flippers had shown up. So we put the baits out and started trolling north. It was a long day but we picked off a nice little white marlin, another tuna that weighed 111#, and a dolphin about 15#'s. I don't have any pictures of the marlin as we have a lot of work to do on our camera work. All three anglers on the blue marlins were there first blues.
As you remember me saying my little boy picked Horn Mountain as to where the big fish would be caught at. Well I hear that Plumb Crazy killed there fish there. Me and Myles just shook our head when we heard that.
The Pensacola club did a great job and it was a fun tournament that we have fished for 2 years now and we will be back next year. Here's a few pictures from the weekend.
142# Yellowfin coming to the gaff
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Kyle Smith and John Michael
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John Michael, Kyle, Myles, Lee, and Robert
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Flags
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Crew
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Crew, Flags, and Tuna
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3- First Timers
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Old 07-03-2013, 03:41 PM   #2
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Sweet pics! Nice job!
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I think those waters are closed for swimming and toxic to boot .

Sweet pics and congrats.
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Old 07-03-2013, 04:01 PM   #4
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Nice report. Congrats to everybody and I think I would be listening to that boy next year.lol
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Absolutely awesome!! Great report and congrats!
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Old 07-03-2013, 06:32 PM   #6
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WTG & thanks for sharing!
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Old 07-03-2013, 06:35 PM   #7
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Sweet!!!
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Awesome report and even better pictures! Congratulations on a great trip!
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Old 07-03-2013, 07:26 PM   #10
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Pretty work for sure cap. Congrads on a proper dockslamming. Sure beats chasing them stinkin mackeral in the Ska.
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