saturday juno

herd the cobia where bitting good friday, so we headed to the edge south of juno pier.  3'@3" not fun.  1st drop caught & released a 31" and lost a better one (braid has been breaking to often) time to change.  nothing but remoras / runners for the next 3-4 drifts.  finished off drifting with a slinger phin and p.b. released another small phin.  9:30 tons of boats on the edge, so we decide to change up to trolling.
trolled from the pier to loran from 100' to 250' and managed 5 more phins up to 10#.  back in by 1:00.   most bites where on a color change in 230'

heading out this a.m.  west wind :-(  hoping for an early bite.

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  • SloughSlough S.w. Ga./ St. JamesPosts: 4,508 Captain
    Good dill
    I didn't say it was your fault, I said I was blaming you
  • Plastered2850Plastered2850 Posts: 1,458 Officer
    Way to go!!!
  • RedRichRedRich Posts: 245 Deckhand
    Nice report.  Good job on fins.

    Braid breaking could be a sign you have a crack in one of you ceramic guides. Run a cotton swab around inside of guides to check.
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