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    Long Day

    Attachment 0Left the dock about 8 on friday morning and was going to try the outside for what-ever (really just wanted to see if I could make it) Marco 5M reef. I did make it but I really didnít belong there, not sure what the seas were but in a 17í skiff it was rough. After drifting around over the wreck dragging a ladyfish with 2 really nice takes (both missed the hook) cudas Im thinking. We run back to the inside and headed south and ended up fishing around Turtle Key with nothing happening. After running and not catching anything we called it a day. Running back to the ramp we stopped at 1 LAST stop, and started to work an outside Island. Thats when the day turned on, in about 45mins we caught 4 redfish a 5í blacktip and multiple trout. It took us about 6hrs to actually catch fish but when we did it was on. Funny how a few fish at the end of the day can really make it a banner day. Trying to load pics, not working
    I always cast to where the fish are.

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    Nice!


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    Glad it worked out for you. Sounds great.

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    Good report!

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    [IMG][/IMG]maybe these are pics
    I always cast to where the fish are.

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    I always cast to where the fish are.

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    I imagine the next image might include a grill and cold beer. good catches!

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    Nice pics Bro!

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    Something had recently taken a bite out of that red's tail? I guess that "eye" spot thing really does confuse predators!

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