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<P style="MARGIN: 0px">I had Greg and his friend in from minnesota on monday. They were after tuna but with the tuna bite being off a little we started out with wahoo. Greg got his first wahoo early in the morning. A nice 45 or so pounder on a bass pro imitation marauder. We trolled around the lump with no more hits before we anchored up and just pounded the bonitos. We couldnt get a bait more then 2-3 feet out before a bonito would nail it. We gave up on the chunking and went back to trolling and landed two more nice wahoo on marauders before we called it a day. They had a nice vacation in La. At least they didnt have to shovel any snow.<P style="MARGIN: 0px"><P style="MARGIN: 0px">
 

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Nice job I am going over in February with the hope that the tuna bite is own. This will be the fourth year in a row. Last year was the best yet. One yellow fin was 191lbs. When it was all said and done with we had over six hundred lbs of tuna.
 
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Sig (1/3/2008) When it was all said and done with we had over six hundred lbs of tuna.
how many fish made up 600 pounds? if you're talkin say, 4 fish, the average weight of each tuna was 150#, which is what you call a "stud." Either way, 600 pounds of yellowfin is an asswhuppin.
 

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We didnt weigh him. That was one of the few chunks we snuck past a bonito actually thought it was a tuna when I had deep color on him.
 
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