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Old 05-10-2017, 05:09 PM
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Cleared the inlet around 6 and headed toward the 700line, along with every other boat out there. Picked at them all day with a couple of doubles. Ended with 4 yellowfin and 4 blackfin. Lost one yellowfin at the boat. Not bad for a 2 man crew.
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Very Nice! Just trolling ballyhoo?
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Yesterday was good, wish I could of gone. New several people that went and they came back with full fishboxes.
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Ballyhoo and sea witches. Didn't see the first flying fish.
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We got a late start, arrived at the 700 by 11am. Way to many boats for my liking. Started a little north of there and went 9/15 on big yellowfins in 3 hours. Just me and my buddy, autopilot is the only way I can fish my boat like this with a 2 man crew. Kept our 6, 40 to 60 lbs then went mahi fishing. Caught 4 gaffers on spinning rods pitching down the weedline on the temp break.
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Heckuva day
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Originally Posted by TroutRunner View Post
We got a late start, arrived at the 700 by 11am. Way to many boats for my liking. Started a little north of there and went 9/15 on big yellowfins in 3 hours. Just me and my buddy, autopilot is the only way I can fish my boat like this with a 2 man crew. Kept our 6, 40 to 60 lbs then went mahi fishing. Caught 4 gaffers on spinning rods pitching down the weedline on the temp break.

Yea it was a bunch for sure. We caught all ours away from the fleet. By the time we would get them half way to the boat, boats would be all around us.
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Originally Posted by dolphin hunter View Post
Ballyhoo and sea witches. Didn't see the first flying fish.
Cool deal
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Was out there Monday and that wed the 10th hit em hard both days, we also stayed away from the fleet. Let's just say the radio was very entertaining.

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