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    Jupiter Florida False Albies

    Fished with Capt. Dino last weekend for Albies off of Jupiter. It was another amazing trip with him. We had fish all day long. Saw some amazing shark attacks as well. Thanks Dino. See you in August for some Snook.

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    Andy
    It was a great time fishing you guy's. Here are a few picture's for you. Looking forward to fishing you again next month
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    Awesome catch. I bet that was a blast on fly. What weight rods were you using?

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    very cool. looks like you caught a ton of fish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SevenSals View Post
    Awesome catch. I bet that was a blast on fly. What weight rods were you using?
    We mostly used 10 wt rods with full sinking and intermediate lines. Switched to 12 wt's after a while to give ourselves a "break". It is a blast on fly.

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    Thanks for the info. I was up in Stuart not to long ago catching Bonita left and right with a friend. I thought it would be a trip to catch them on fly, but I only have an 8wt. Guess I will have to beef up for the challenge.

    Not to hammer you with question but I am curious. I imagine you chum them up with cut bait, but we're you also throwing teaser lures, ie. hookless lures to entice the bite. I have read a few posts and it seems like that is the common method. Just wondering if you had the same experience.

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    Dino's the freakin man!
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    It can be done with an 8 wt but it isn't fair to the fish. Its better to beef it up for their sake.

    Yes, we threw some chum, but it isn't necessary. Over the years I've found they are pretty easy by simply throwing a sinking line. It's entertaining though to get them frothing at the surface. Chum enhances the fun, but isn't required.

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    ABayne......Thanks man. I appreciate all the information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SevenSals View Post
    ABayne......Thanks man. I appreciate all the information.
    No problem. Tight lines.

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