I gonna make this typing short and sweet cause i lost the previous report when photobucket freezed up on me. I dont feel like retyping the whole thing. But I'll have a lot of pics and a video soon. That got lost too, so i have to reloaded that.
Cleared the inlet at 6:30am and set up the spread in 85 feet south of the ritz. At 6:50 am the braid goes off in 230 feet and nice bft in the box. Found some tunas and bonitas schooling up. In an hour got 6 bonitas and no wahoo. Put it east and 1200 feet, we found 2 little pieces of wood. Then here they come. Get 3 on the troll. Then we start chunking. I put the gopro it in the water for a dip for the first time. Got some cool video. Then put the camera down and Cayden was the star. After 20 mins. we had kept 17 dolphin and released 6 that were 20 inches. Most of them ate chunks. Called it a day around 2pm. Video coming soon.
Last edited by Lori Jo Fishing; 09-08-2012 at 10:43 PM.
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Great shots of the dolphins, not often you see a school that big anymore. Looks like the young guy there got hooked on fishing great work. I can tell look at the smile on him if it got any biger he would need to heads to wear it.