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Old 05-25-2012, 02:04 PM   #1
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Fished off Navarre beach this morning and started hooking up on fish before I could get past the pier. 1/2 mile out and I had several big hits and a couple lost kings. Then I finally got a good solid hook up. It was fighting and taking drag like a big smoker king. Just as I get him slowed down and close to the boat the freaking bums (dolphins) show up and ate him right off my line. I reeled in just a head... which was from a blackfin tuna. Would have been my first. After that they followed me everywhere I went. Not another single hit for the next 2 hours. So I went home with thoughts of dolphin murder in my head.
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Old 05-25-2012, 02:23 PM   #2
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They really are trouble makers.
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Old 05-25-2012, 03:00 PM   #3
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lol @ TRP!

yeah they are too smart for their own good.
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Pay it forward ... they were here first , it's their Home ... how many days aren't they there , keep that in mind fellas !!
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Pay it forward ... they were here first , it's their Home ... how many days aren't they there , keep that in mind fellas !!
Yeah so were the cock roaches and tuna for that matter but nobody cares about them because they aren't "cute". Its funny how just because a creature is cute they get treated a lot different....
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Yeah so were the cock roaches and tuna for that matter but nobody cares about them because they aren't "cute". Its funny how just because a creature is cute they get treated a lot different....
Dude Ive been saying that for years. Im into alot of exotic pets like fish and reptiles but many that I would like to have are illegal because they could harm native wildlife.

Of course cute cuddly kittens arent banned but feral cats devastate native wildlife far more then a snake or fish ever could.
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Well.... dolphin have pointed (grasping) teeth not serated (cutting) teeth.

Me thinks you might have been bit by a shark, they love tuna on a line as well.

I wasn't there so just a thought. I HATE 'pins around anyting I'm fishing off of. Resently got to Alabama and picked up some M80's - taped 10 to old cast net weights and in a water proof box both in the boat and yak - can't wait to see them skedattal when they "concussion" the water column.

Shame the BFT didn't make it in -

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Well.... dolphin have pointed (grasping) teeth not serated (cutting) teeth.

Me thinks you might have been bit by a shark, they love tuna on a line as well.

I wasn't there so just a thought. I HATE 'pins around anyting I'm fishing off of. Resently got to Alabama and picked up some M80's - taped 10 to old cast net weights and in a water proof box both in the boat and yak - can't wait to see them skedattal when they "concussion" the water column.

Shame the BFT didn't make it in -

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It took the dolphin a good 5 min to eat it. Nothing I cold do but hold on and watch. He came to the surface several times with the fish in his mouth.... just to tease me I think.
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Back in the day we would light M80s and throw em' in the water. The dolphin would make a wake leavin. LOL
Probably would get busted nowdays for doin' that. Peace.
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