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 Wednesday, June 15, 2005 - Old friends Back
Seas: 2-3    Water Temp: 78.8°F Crew: Tommy and Butch 
Moon:   Location: PW and NE   
Species: 6 king mackeral
1 bonito (little tunny) 
Category: Near shore (inside of 20 miles)   
Report: I got the chance to take a good friend and a friend of his kingfishing today. NOT A CHARTER, just Fun. It's rare that I get to fun fish this time of year but when Tommy Coleman (captain on the "Bodacious") asked me to take him and an old highschool running mate kingfishing today I jumped at the chance. We left the dock at arround 7 am and made the run to PW with bait left over from yesterday so we could start fishing while everyone else was catching bait. When we got to the pack of boats catching bait we just put three lines in the water and while they watched we had a double on right now. The king came to the boat and the other is a ?, he got Tommy into the concrete, so I guess it to be either a cobia or amberjack. The bite was not as hot as yesterday but we pretty much stayed in the fish for a couple of hours there, when we had 5 kings in the box I decided to make a move and try an area I hadn't fished yet this year. A small area just East of the Standish art reef. We caught our last king there and had another strike that looked like someone tossed a small car in the water. Heck of a strike but no hookup. Butch said he had never caught a 'cuda before so we went to the concrete at Standish for a try. No 'cudas and that is very very rare on any concrete pile this time of year. We did have a very good fish on for a 250-300 yard run though, I got a glimpse of the fish as it struck and it was probably a wahoo. A dark colored fish vice the silver of a big kingfish. Well it was about 10:30 and time to go in, a nice morning with friends. 'Till tommorrow, Capt. Guy

Butch on a king 

Butch and Tommy w/limit of kings 
 
 
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