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Old 09-11-2019, 12:04 PM
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Got out this weekend for an overnight trip. Stopped at a few shrimp boats in 200' that had zero fish on them. So hit the grouper holes for good action and lots of different species. Night time jigging was dead, no surface action. Cudas and sharks most everywhere, chummed up some big AJs, tried to pick the 50lb or less out of the schools but was hard, ended with with some large ones. Mango were thick and hungry so made a good box of mixed fish for the trip. Once again good trip with great friends.

High price to pay the tax man







Old 09-11-2019, 01:56 PM
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Sweet!!!
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The tax man getting that flag yellow tail must have stung
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Well done

If that is the rig I'm thinking of - about 40 out of G-Town headed towards the fertilizer barges - the resident school of triggers are crazy big and aggressive
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Originally Posted by Kenner21 View Post
The tax man getting that flag yellow tail must have stung
Hoping it built up some credit for the next trip


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Well done

If that is the rig I'm thinking of - about 40 out of G-Town headed towards the fertilizer barges - the resident school of triggers are crazy big and aggressive
Nah, we were a little further out
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Been waiting to se a new trip from the fish killa! Solid as usual.

What's the fish in the 4th picture? Doesn't look familiar.
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Originally Posted by Gmack View Post
Been waiting to se a new trip from the fish killa! Solid as usual.

What's the fish in the 4th picture? Doesn't look familiar.
think Greg said it was a Porgy of some kind, but do not quote me on it.
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Originally Posted by Jeepman View Post
think Greg said it was a Porgy of some kind, but do not quote me on it.

Looks like a huge Tomtate, Texas State Recored is 2.12 pounds. I've only caught small ones with Sabiki rigs.
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Nice haul Jeepman!

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