Realtor (10/24/2007)50 to 70 LB fish is a BIG fish. I would love to try them out.
Hey Jim. I'm not a Tuna Snob. I'll gladlyput some of those "trash fish" schoolies in the boat with you if this damn weather ever breaks.Realtor (10/24/2007)Yeah, No Kidding, pass 'em my way. I have been wanting to do the Tuna thing for a long time.
I don't know who you're referring to, but regarding schoolie tuna, I'm just saying that those don't keep me near as entertained as a fish over 130ish. Schoolie tuna are a freakin blast on spinning tackle though
Realtor (10/24/2007)Blue Hoo,
Not everyone has had the chance to hook up on a fish of this size. We (Speaking for myself here) have never caught a tuna. I can not even think what it would be like for a fish in the 130's that you speak of. Must be a blast.
A FREAKIN MEN, I just love catching and fishing for just about anything. It is just like hunting, when you hear the leave rustling every hair on my body stands up even if it just a doe. Just love the feeling.motivator (10/25/2007)For me to say I do not want a "small" tuna is like a crackhead saying he does not want a "small" rock.Personally I have caught some big tuna but I still get excited every time the rod bends over.I still get excited when we catch saltwater catfish.I get excited just thinking about fishing.Hell sometimes the highlight is just catching bait.Seriously I just love to fish and even if the fish are not that big you can use lighter tackle and still have a blast reeling them in.