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Old 04-11-2012, 12:05 PM   #1
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Left orange beach at 11am stopped at rigs and limit out on Ajs then we head for the Neptune get there and catch to yellow fin then the bite stops jig there and at marlin all night and end up keeping 15 black fin the water was real blue there I wil have the pics on here soon
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Old 04-11-2012, 02:46 PM   #2
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Smooth ride out

First victim to the sharks.

Matts AJ

First Floater, Neptune

As the sun started setting we had good surface action but it was short lived and the sharks were thick!

Chris with his YFT

Night time shot of the Neptune

After night fall, we made a run to the Marlin.

Me and my first BFT

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Looks like you had a productive trip, glad it all came together for you! Thanks for posting!
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Nice job!! Good looking mixed bag of fine eats!! Couldn't ask for a calmer day. Looks like <1'.
Congrats!! Did you drop any Squidtail's down? I know you said you were goin to try em. Let me know.
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Matt was using a squid tail when he caught the AJ in the pic.
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NICE!!!!! man o man, I gotta get back out there!
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This might be a dumb question, but exactly how far offshore are the oil rigs and where can I get their coordinates?
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This might be a dumb question, but exactly how far offshore are the oil rigs and where can I get their coordinates?
The Coordinates are pretty easy to find on the internet, or subscribe to Hiltons. He has all of them listed with probably the most accurate locations available. The floaters get moved every now and then. But it depends on what oil rigs you are reffering. The Rigs that were fished in this post are any where from 60-100 miles offshore depending which pass you leave from.
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The tuna rigs start at about 70 miles out I can get u the cordinates later don't have them on me at this time
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Thanks for the report !!!
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