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Old 04-08-2016, 07:57 AM   #1
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The big trigger fish sure we're hungry this week. I had a fun trip with my daughter on Sunday and she got an absolute slob all by herself. Y'all need to pay attention to this girl, she's going to be a hell of an angler one day!

The big fish were hungry on my trips Monday and Tuesday as well! The pic with both guys holding a fish a piece, the small fish was 15" for scale. I had to remeasure it to make sure it was legal because it was dwarfed by the others!

Of course the big snapper have been hungry too!

By the way, Zach O if you read this, your email is not accepting emails from me. I believe it was accidentally entered wrong on the contact form. Please give me a call if you are still interested in a trip. 850-810-2548.
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Old 04-08-2016, 11:05 AM   #2
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Good going man. Your girl is a fish slayer!!!
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Some slobs JD! Way to put them on some quality fish. See the cobe jig poised for action. Have ya'll had any check the boat out while fishing yet?
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Lookin Good!
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Looks like you are keeping your fish slayer reputation alive and well!
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Some slobs JD! Way to put them on some quality fish. See the cobe jig poised for action. Have ya'll had any check the boat out while fishing yet?
Unfortunately I have yet to see the first brown fish. I usually don't start seeing them good on the reefs until late April into May. I've developed a simple technique that was successful for me on the kayaks to catch them when they start posting up on the reefs.
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