Made the run out early, cleared the inlet before sunup to a perfectly flat sea. Ran all the way to 250 before dropping lines. Found a great rip at 330 with a 3 degree temp change (73-76), scattered weed line, and rippin current on the east side. First strike before 8am and kept coming. At one point I had just put one in the box, had one still pulling on another line, and tossed my alien head at its shadow to hook up with 20+ lbr. A bit like a one man Chinese fire drill between fighting, gaffing, reeling in lines, etc.. Overall 3 hit blue and white skirted bally, one on red and black, and the pitched jig. Total = 8lbr,2 13 lbrs, a 23 lb cow and 25lb bull. Awesome morning and back before the chop started building, at the dock before noon.
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Glad to see phins going in the box and
that should put some meat in the freezer
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