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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonArrow View Post
    Here's a roosterfish I caught last week north of CaboAttachment 5295 We saw a marlin and some dorado, and caught some nice yellowtail and sierra mackerel. Can't wait to go back!
    Thats's a really cool looking fish, congrats! Was it easy to land?

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    The fishing is a blast, congrats on your trips.

    Our capt had a billfish tournament coming up and I got put on a tight timeframe to fight fish, ended up getting into 4 white marlin and it was quick release (cut leaders). Caught a bunch of dink mahi as well and that was it. It's a lot different that what I'm used to fishing off the TX coast, I won't run out far enough to get to blue water and opt to catch bull reds, kings & jacks on bass fishing tackle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdub24 View Post
    Thats's a really cool looking fish, congrats! Was it easy to land?
    Pound for pound, I have yet to find a saltwater fish that is easy to land. For a modest size fish in shallow water, he pulled pretty hard. Maybe took 10 minutes to get him in. We also caught some 6-8# bonita that I would have sworn were 30# fish until we saw them.
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

 

 

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