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    Hey Morocco thanks for showing your dropper rig, used it today with good results before the weather blew us out.

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    Tight work as usual! It was cool to meet you out there last week too.
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    Nice reds ! Thanks for the reports

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    Another stellar report man! I know you ipilot lock your spot but can you anchor easy too? What anchor would you use? What are the dos and donts to anchoring in the inlet? Are you inside the inlet or outside the rocks? Thank you in advance!

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    Where the hell is captain George? Reel Time!

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    Thanks guys. Ton_e_montana, i do still have to use my anchor pretty often. I use a slip ring anchor with about 8 feet of chain. Normally fish inside the rocks. Have done decent on the outside as well. Been a while though.
    You want a good 200' of anchor line out there. Current rips on the down going. Getting an anchor to hold can be challenging with a shorter line.

    Boattronics, it was cool meeting you guys as well man. I'm sure ill run into you boys again pretty soon.

    Lemon, i'm glad the dropper rig proved to be useful. Its my go to rig and i rarely use anything else when i fish the rock bottoms of the jetties.

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    Have you been using a jetty anchor..like bent rebar, or a standard fluke type anchor?

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