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  • Port Everglades Fishing

    So.
    I'm somewhat of a tolerant guy.
    I don't mind sailors, I have a bunch that are friends, when they come over I just lock up the T/P.
    I don't mind Frenchmen or Canadian Frenchmen.
    I don't mind Cats.
    Put them all together on the ocean and I change my mind.
    In this large fukken ocean we have out front here, why did this sumbicht cut right behind me and cut my lines?Ferkin.
    Cost me a brand new lure.
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  • #2
    Well its because people are assholes and don't have any common sense. I had that happen to me in Bimini. That is why I like to go way offshore when I fish to get away from the donkeys.
    By the way the skipjacks have been thick in about 800 ft between boynton and delray. Make sure you have a HMS permit if your going to keep them.

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    • #3
      They were protecting the fish
      Small town S. W. Ga./St. James Fl.

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      • #4
        What was it a Frenchman blow boater? Any chance he didn't know you had lines in the water? Or was he just ignorant?

        How ow was the rest of the fishing? Did you use your new rods?

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        • #5
          Sad, l understand, most don't have a clue.
          What's even worse is when other fisherman cross over and cut you off
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bstnsportsfan View Post
            What was it a Frenchman blow boater? Any chance he didn't know you had lines in the water? Or was he just ignorant?

            How ow was the rest of the fishing? Did you use your new rods?
            Yes, he was French, not sure if he was Canadian French.
            I assumed so, I mean I'm a 30' something CC in the ocean motoring just above idle. My outriggers are out, and I'm working rods (not my personal rod) in the cockpit.
            My lines hit his bow above waterline, both lines, both his hulls.
            Yesterday I caught a Cat (boat), today a small Tiger shark.
            Old rods, new lures.
            Same result.
            I am starting to get a complex.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Parker Yacht View Post

              Yes, he was French, not sure if he was Canadian French.
              I assumed so, I mean I'm a 30' something CC in the ocean motoring just above idle. My outriggers are out, and I'm working rods (not my personal rod) in the cockpit.
              My lines hit his bow above waterline, both lines, both his hulls.
              Yesterday I caught a Cat (boat), today a small Tiger shark.
              Old rods, new lures.
              Same result.
              I am starting to get a complex.
              Did he ever even realize it?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Tiretyme View Post

                Did he ever even realize it?
                Oh yeah, his G/F was on the prow flailing her arms, I sped up twice in front of him trying to get ahead to reel the lines in, and then there was the Good Ol' South Florida Fishermans Salute by hand signal along with audio back-up. He knew.
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                • #9
                  Was her hissy directed at him or you? I hope at him!
                  We have a fair amount of snowbirds this time of year also, but fortunately they're only cruising around in cars!
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Tiretyme View Post
                    Was her hissy directed at him or you? I hope at him!
                    We have a fair amount of snowbirds this time of year also, but fortunately they're only cruising around in cars!
                    Mostly him.
                    Nice bikini too.
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                    • #11
                      The joys of fishing
                      Small town S. W. Ga./St. James Fl.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Parker Yacht View Post

                        Mostly him.
                        Nice bikini too.
                        I'm generally up for a potential damsel in distress
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                        • #13
                          So, that was Friday.
                          Saturday I took the guys from the shop fishing. Caught a small (4')Tiger Shark.
                          Sunday, I went out again, blowing the dog off the chain, nothing, nada, zip.
                          So much for that theory.
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                          • #14
                            At least you were out there
                            Small town S. W. Ga./St. James Fl.

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                            • #15
                              got not even a sniffle on Saturday, first time in a long time that I didnt even get a hit from anything.

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