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LONGSHOT25
06-19-2011, 09:16 PM
CLEARED THE INLET ABOUT 6:45 AND RAN OUT TO 100FT. NOT MUCH LIFE ON THE WAY OUT. JUST A COUPLE FLIERS. PUT OUT THE SPREAD AND STARTED TROLLING S/E. WORKED 120' TO 140' FOR A WHILE. NO TAKERS. HEADED EAST TO 160'-180'. FOUND A WEED LINE IN 170'. WORKED THAT FOR A WHILE. STILL NOTHING. WATER WAS A LITTLE CLEANER IN 140' SO HEADED BACK IN. TROLLED BETWEEN 130' - 140' AND PICKED UP A 10LB PHIN. SHORTLY AFTER THAT RAISED A SAIL BUT HE DID NOT WANT TO EAT. ABOUT NOON SAW A COUPLE SAILS FREE JUMPING A COUPLE HUNDRED YARDS FROM US. NOT MUCH ACTION TROLLING SO WENT TO 90' AND CAUGHT SOME SEA BASS. NO SNAPPER OR GROUPER JUST SEA BASS. ABOUT 1:30 A LITTLE CHATTER ON THE RADIO. A FEW BOATS HAD STARTED PICKING UP SOME DOLPHIN. SOUNDED LIKE AN AFTERNOON BITE, BUT WE PICKED UP AND HEADED FOR THE DOCK TO BEAT THE STORMS.

beachsideandy
06-20-2011, 08:27 AM
We hit it Saturday 6/17, dropped the spread in 110, one knockdown in 130, trolled out to 220, then back in. From the report I read below it seems the fish were in the 90-100 range and we blew right past them. We also tried some bottom dropping in the 90 stuff with a short cobe, and the rest were all seabass.