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 Thursday, July 21, 2005 - nice surprise Back
Seas: 1-3    Water Temp: 83.4°F Crew:  
Moon:   Location: everywhere   
Species: 4 'cuda's
2 bonito (little tunny)
1 snapper 
Category: kids are kings (and queens)
Near shore (inside of 20 miles) 
 
Report: Long day without a kingfish. We caught a lot of sharks (atlantic sharpnose and blacktips) that were all short of 3 feet and a few 'cudas. The kings were caught where we weren't, I tried from 100 ft of water to the 70's and the sharks were wide open everywhere. On the last stop in a desperate measure, I stopped on a small spot to the NE that I've caught fish on from time to time and marked what I thought were amberjack. What a surprise. A 26# genuine red snapper on a kingfish rod/pogie on the downrigger. The first one I've ever caught this way. It was a 20 minute battle and the young man that caught her had also caught a 'cuda pushing the 50# mark that was foulhooked about half way down the body only a couple of hours earlier (that took the better part of an hour). Tommorow WILL be better.

On a pogie??? 
   
 
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