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Posted 23 June 2010 - 12:08 PM
Well we went again for the White Seabass but the fish were not cooperating . We got EVERYTHING but Whites . One guy even got a Lobster that let go of the hook just as he was swinging it over . Not legal to keep but still pics . My brother got a fat assed 24" Halibut . Guitarfish , sculpin , Calico's , A Goat ( sheepshead ) late in the day one guy hooked into what felt like the right kind just to have it spit the hook 10 min later . Then i hooked what should been a 50+ lber . After fighting out of the kelp on staright 25# mono , the crew couldn't believe thats what I was using , it started running out . I got a little , it took a little . after 30 min I got it to color but its too dark ... Freakin 100lb ( crews guess) Black Seabass . Live release but no pic . I would like to have a pic as I have not caught one let alone one that big . After it swam away the 2nd Capt said that he was " impressed" that I got it out of the weeds & actually got it to the boat on straight 25# mono . I told him it was just patience & a fish . Thats the key to any fish , any line size . If I loose it , I loose it . Andy
Posted 24 June 2010 - 01:55 PM
That's a fight for sure. After something like that you probably walk around with you arms up over your head because they aren't being pulled down.
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