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Old 11-14-2017, 05:13 AM
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Default Bigeye Bonanza (Video)

Put together a new edit of great footage we had from an amazing trip, we landed 7 bigeye and 4 nice yellowfin in just 5 hours of fishing. Would love to hear your guys feedback, Enjoy.
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Old 11-14-2017, 05:27 AM
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Sorry, couldn't watch it with the music playing. BTW, love Falmouth. Spent some time there a few years ago, in winter, and enjoyed it.
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Old 11-14-2017, 05:33 AM
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Awesome footage, thanks for sharing.
Since you asked for feedback, the rap music made my hair hurt.
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agreed replace the soundtrack
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Old 11-14-2017, 05:37 AM
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U have come a long way Jake. Go get em
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Originally Posted by TODDMANCHU View Post
U have come a long way Jake. Go get em
Haha this isn't Jake, im just the mate on his boat.
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I hear you guys with the music, different strokes for different folks.
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Dirtymike approves and likes the jams as well
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Sick footage!
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Old 11-14-2017, 10:24 AM
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murder scene.... stack 'em!
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Old 11-14-2017, 10:28 AM
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Thanks for sharing, nice job on those fish.

I do prefer no music so I can hear what's going on but it's you video
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Awesome !
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That skinny dude really likes to reel in fish. Nice video the music is alright.
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Originally Posted by DotRotten View Post
That skinny dude really likes to reel in fish. Nice video the music is alright.
Im that skinny dude and I hate reeling in fish haha
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great fish...never understood fighting fish next to outboards...reason why yall don't move up to midship atleast?
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Originally Posted by TideTyler View Post
Im that skinny dude and I hate reeling in fish haha
It's great to see the young guys out there getting in the game. My only comment would be is to get used to using a wind on leader. Lost more fish when someone thinks they need to grab a leader and ya probalbly wouldn't have broke that $700 rod.
Was that at Noname?
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Originally Posted by DotRotten View Post
It's great to see the young guys out there getting in the game. My only comment would be is to get used to using a wind on leader. Lost more fish when someone thinks they need to grab a leader and ya probalbly wouldn't have broke that $700 rod.
Was that at Noname?
Yeah I gotcha with the wind ons, so hard though when you need to quickly swap out baits in a hot bite. This was in the mini canyon between ocean and welker like a week before the no name bite, same water but it was set up better with a clean 61 to 71 break
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Originally Posted by TideTyler View Post
Yeah I gotcha with the wind ons, so hard though when you need to quickly swap out baits in a hot bite. This was in the mini canyon between ocean and welker like a week before the no name bite, same water but it was set up better with a clean 61 to 71 break
If you rig a few extra hoos on a leader and change the lure you just caught on and re crimp and get that lure back in the water makes you more efficient than throwing something pree rigged in a different weight or color. Again no hate just experience. PERSUASION is the boat name hit me up on the radio next year
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It went on and on and on and on all day long. Best bite I have ever seen...
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Originally Posted by DotRotten View Post
If you rig a few extra hoos on a leader and change the lure you just caught on and re crimp and get that lure back in the water makes you more efficient than throwing something pree rigged in a different weight or color. Again no hate just experience. PERSUASION is the boat name hit me up on the radio next year
I see what you mean are you using spro power swivels to connect mainline to leader?

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It went on and on and on and on all day long. Best bite I have ever seen...
Anytime Larry that was an awesome day they were very thick
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