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Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27050

My Charter today was with Duane and kim looking to have fun and catch some fish. The weather and conditions seemed to be in our favor as they were able to boat a 24" Red, 30" snook and a 22" Trout for the slam along with black sea bass, numerous small trout and a small barracuda. Great time with new friends.

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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27051

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Nice! I still never caught a barracuda yet...
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27054

we got a picture of the cuda but it was the smallest I have seen.
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27059

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Sounds like they had fun and you did "the job".

Good.

Now if you grab a cuda in the gills do they remain calm?

Was told to grab them by the eyes. That never seemed like a good idea to me. I have grabbed large ones with no trouble but only after "persuading" them to remain calm with a bat.

How do you do it?
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27062

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FishHawk wrote:
I have grabbed large ones with no trouble but only after "persuading" them to remain calm with a bat.

:laughing:
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27064

Very very carefully :fish-taunt: .This one was more of a joke as it was not much bigger than the lure. But after the other fish we caught it was funny to catch something so small that has a reputation when bigger. My clients had never seen one before.
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27067

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:laughing:

That's hilarious! What the heck was that guy doing trying to eat that lure? It was bigger than him!
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27069

Thats what we said. It was the dog chasing the car and then getting it. NOW WHAT?
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27073

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Seen lizardfish go after things larger than them. That little cuda must be related.
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27106

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Not many form members fishing reports and pictures. Maybe I should come back. NO! you guys don't want to talk to the Venice boys. I understand. See Ya!
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27107

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Heh Andy. I want to read and see some flounder reports.

YOU are the MAN for that. Doesn't matter where...it's just that you care.
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27108

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Hi Lar, you said it long ago. If people don't talk to you, are you wasting your time. Still fishing after all these years. Thanks Lar!
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27109

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Andy, I like reading your flounder reports too, I miss seeing all the doormats you catch
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Re: Inshore Slam 2 years 4 months ago #27110

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DavidT wrote:
Andy, I like reading your flounder reports too, I miss seeing all the doormats you catch

I agree...def miss your flounder reports, Andy. I've learned a lot from them...especially the techniques you use with the DOA shrimp and such.
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