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Air Force Veteran 93'-00' ~621st TALCE~
2014 Hobie Pro Angler 12
Where do you put your fish, in a fish bag? I'm guessing you paddle in right after catching a beast hoo like that
Good stuff. I think I might try and do some fishing that way up here. I have to find a bait guy around boynton. Anybody have any info on that?
How big were the pilchards? How did yopu rig them? Thanks for sharing! Great catch.
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There is a guy at the Boynton inlet with a pickup truck usually parked near the concession stand, has a logo on the topper about live bait. Lets do it Blaze!
Large pilchards, Rigged them with a stinger rig with the stinger free dangling. #5 wire, 2/0 short shank J with a treble hook following it.
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- Thanks, Joe
Blazin...extreme bait 561-547-4628...boat and pens in marina behind concession stand.
Thanks nelbag and kitesfr. I think I am gonna try and get me a wahoo too. I have been getting some info from some guys at work as well. Just need the ocean to calm down a bit as last weekend was outrageous! 4-6 ftrs with an occasional 8ft roller. And a god awful south moving current.
Someone is gonna have to show me how to rig with wire!
Bomber hoo on the yak. Very nice.