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Old 07-17-2017, 09:44 AM
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It took a couple of trips, but we finally put a couple of good ones in the boat on Saturday. One went 41" and the other was 40". Lost another one in the same size class. Just when we thought we had it figured out for Sunday, we couldn't find them again. Oh well. Did loose 3 fish to BIG sharks on Saturday. Saved the life of the 30" fish pictured. It got hit, but my buddy was able to get it in the boat quick. The pic shows where the shark swiped at it.
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I bet those reds pulled like tanks and nice job on the flatties! Good eating right there! What worked for you?
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Old 07-17-2017, 03:42 PM
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Good lookin grub you put in the boat there. Those bull reds are fun to catch for sure.
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I bet those reds pulled like tanks and nice job on the flatties! Good eating right there! What worked for you?
5/8oz jig and a sea shad.
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Sounds so exciting!!!!!! I've been so coast deprived from workin too much! I'm goin next week I hope we get some good catches too! Good job guys and keep the pics comin!!!!!!!!!!!
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I like catching those flounders. I like eating them better.

nice job
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