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reelthunderreelthunder port everglades Posts: 291 Deckhand
Got a late start this morning hit the water at 9:30 started the troll around 350 headed out to 850 saw a buoy to the north went to check it out found a nice weed line . Trolled it south east for about mile and a half . Then wife  gets hooked up first fish in the boat 24 inch dolphin , Keep trolling for about another hour wife gets hit peels line then nothing get the line in cut off .  Trolled out for ten min wife gets hooded up bar jack while she bringing it in a  hurd dolphin are trying to eat it so i pitch out a squid and manage to land a nice 12 lb dolphin . The rest of the pack take off . tried to find them with no luck after hour we decided to deep drop out at 850 second drop soon as it his bottom it seams like i am hooked up on bottom i check the screen and see flat bottom . i then tighten up drag and put it  in gear after a suprising fight up comes an 18 pound golden tile .  I weight it with my Bogota scale i could not believe my eyes i will try and post pics tomorrow also got a rainbow runner  and 3 undersize dolphin off the weed line was very nice out there today all fish were caught on squid rigged for the troll with skirts and 4inch hole for the drop good luck and tight lines.

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