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Old 09-27-2015, 11:19 PM   #1
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Yesterday we saw absolutely massive triggerfish. I mean they were pushing 8-10 lbs. Biggest I've ever sean. Any idea when it opens?
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you gonna be hungry!!!!
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I thought the same thing, lol
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Old 09-28-2015, 01:14 AM   #5
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Yes I think they should rename triggers, Rabbit fish they reproduce like rabbits. However some season is needed because they are such an easy target for fishermen and divers. I remember when there were no regulations back in the 70s it was not a problem to get 50 or 60 nice triggers of one car body. But this season is so short they are overrunning the spots. Hopefully they will realize this and do something sensible with the seasons. Maybe something like the Snapper.
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We are going to start to lose slow divers to them
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We are going to start to lose slow divers to them
Just don't add OLD to your statement Red😧
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We were in about 120' of water Saturday and you could literally catch them on top of the water around the boat. Never seen anything like it. Had a very difficult getting a bait to the bottom and you can forget trying for mingo.
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LOL...so true...so true
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