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Old 05-15-2016, 07:08 PM   #1
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After my swim yesterday in the gulf testing my wife's Hobie Mirage Eclipse I ventured out of spot 01. Surf was calm and the wind was blasting from the north. Made it easy heading out and the further out the rougher it got. Had a few waves come over the side of my slayer and pretty much said F dat. Trolled cigars in with one hit. Never made it to any snapper spots due to seas. Waves were breaking over the bow and blowing into my face. It was cold out this AM.
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You got bigger balls then me to even attempt going out this morning!
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Old 05-15-2016, 07:23 PM   #3
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Weather was forecasting 3-7 mph winds. More like 20-25. I kept thinking/hoping it would die down.
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Yeah it was rough as shit first thing...it eventually calmed down enough for my comfort zone to keep trucking, then it turned to a perfect calm, flat sea.
You think your hit while trolling was a king?

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Yeah it was rough as shit first thing...it eventually calmed down enough for my comfort zone to keep trucking, then it turned to a perfect calm, flat sea.
You think your hit while trolling was a king?

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It was fast and violent so yeah possibly. In 50 feet of water.
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Water was 75-76 degrees today and plenty of King green water out there...seems like they should be here smoking lines hot and heavy by now

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