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  • Caught these today:

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    • bluewaterposer
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      Woohoo 🎉

    • Slough
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      Sweet

    • Tiretyme
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      Love some fried specs & reds!!
      That’s a fine job my friend!!!

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    Neighbor with Seavee, caught in the Keys during a tournament, he won!

    BWP

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    • I took the wife out for mothers day , the pups first time on the boat . Stayed about three hours , caught a dozen Greater Amberjacks around 26 inches , and these three , called it a day .

      Buddy did great on the boat .

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      • Tiretyme
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        Good work!!!

      • Bstnsportsfan
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        Looks like a great day out there! And glad it went well for your pup too!



    • Got into some the other day on my way south to Puerto Rico

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      • Tiretyme
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        You sure did!!
        Love me some grouper

      • MikeO
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        So do I! Gave away all the tuna and kept the wahoo and Grouper. I cold smoke the wahoo and grill and fry the grouper. This time I got smoked the wings and head and it was amazing

      • Tiretyme
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        Love it brother!!

    • Levi and I went out on my buddy’s boat yesterday for the ARS

      not a bad day

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      • SeaCat22
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        Excellent !

      • Tiretyme
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        Great work!

    • Outstanding!

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      • I’m heading offshore Saturday on a buddy’s boat. First trip this season. Hopefully I’ll have something good to report. 😃
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        • Tiretyme
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          Go get’em Curtis!
          Y’all tear them up

        • NO WAKE
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          Hope so! 😃

      • Originally posted by NO WAKE View Post
        I’m heading offshore Saturday on a buddy’s boat. First trip this season. Hopefully I’ll have something good to report. 😃
        We will be expecting that report..
        As of April 2nd, boatless for the first time in many years.
        2019 Tidewater 252 CC Twin F150's- SOLD
        2016 Tidewater 230 CC VF250 SHO- SOLD
        Mobile, Al.
        Dauphin Island, Al.

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        • Went offshore out of Southport NC on Monday, slick calm seas and no wind. Perfect conditions.

          "Endangered" ARS were a nuisance and were all over live bottom in 50-100 feet of water. We were forced to push off into deeper water to get away from them, and there were fewer out there thankfully

          Caught some of the biggest vermillion snapper I have ever seen, some pushing 22 inches.

          Ended up with a bunch of vermillion snapper, close to a bunch of big black sea bass, a couple of almaco jacks, one amberjack a few dozen grunts, one strawberry grouper and a shit ton of sharks

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          • Originally posted by squid row View Post
            Went offshore out of Southport NC on Monday, slick calm seas and no wind. Perfect conditions.

            "Endangered" ARS were a nuisance and were all over live bottom in 50-100 feet of water. We were forced to push off into deeper water to get away from them, and there were fewer out there thankfully

            Caught some of the biggest vermillion snapper I have ever seen, some pushing 22 inches.

            Ended up with a bunch of vermillion snapper, close to a bunch of big black sea bass, a couple of almaco jacks, one amberjack a few dozen grunts, one strawberry grouper and a shit ton of sharks
            "Endangered" ARS are a huge PITA in Florida too. Thie year we get 2 whole days to fish for them, July 8-9, 1 per person. With numbers like that they will be all caught up in no time LOL!

            Thanks NOAA, can't get the weather right OR the ARS counts for that matter!

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            • Bstnsportsfan
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              What is ARS? Atlantic Red Snapper?

            • Ol Mucky
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              American

          • Well. We had a beautiful boat ride on Saturday! 90 miles out to be exact. Headed out to north of the Baltimore canyon. Trolled north to the Wilmington canton. 10 rod spread. Only had one knock down that didn’t stay tight.

            Pretty flat seas. Ran 32 mph out and back in. Still about a 3 hour one way trip each way. Had a good time hanging out with a couple of buddies. Only issue is we burned about $900.00 in gas ! Oh boy! Going to make another run in a couple of weeks.
            95 Stamas 32' CC twin 250 Mercs
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            • NO WAKE
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              Exactly! If I or my buddies got upset every time we didn’t catch something or didn’t limit out….we would never go!

            • Ol Mucky
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              Yeah it sux. We dropped $500 on our
              Trip

            • Tiretyme
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              Exactly
              More fun to catch than a boat ride, but a boat ride with buddies is better than not going at all

          • Little bit of work today. But it was fun. And these shrimp were large (7”-8”+)

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            • NO WAKE
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              What size hook do you use to catch those shrimp??? 🤣😜

            • Ol Mucky
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              @NO WAKE
              I like a # 10 long shank aberdeen, if they're picky i'll drop down to a # 12

            • Bstnsportsfan
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              Do those big boys have a limit? Nice dinner!!

          • Close to a year since the last time I got the boat out fishing, but I finally managed it yesterday.

            Went to a pretty little mountain lake for crappy. We did OK, not great but I didn't expect much in the heat.

            I had a great day, just because.....
            1) I was finally actually getting my boat out. And relaxing.
            2) Everything worked and engine ran good despite sitting for a year, old gas, and having to evict several mice from the boat before the trip (hate those lil bastards)
            3) Felt justified with the T-top purchase since that tiny bit of shade really does make a noticeable difference on a grossly hot summer day.

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            Please ignore the lined up beer bottles. My buddy took the pic and did that for his daughter's sake. She's a QC chemist for a micro-brewery.
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            • NO WAKE
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              Nice looking pile of fish!! Glad you finally got out!

            • Sans Peur
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              Hey, I like a good cold beer when I am back at the dock.
              Nor until all lines are tied and shore power has taken over. But after that don't block the fridge.

            • duckfish
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              Don’t get me wrong, one of those beers is mine. Have to have 1 or 2 while cleaning fish and the boat.

              I just have a pet peeve about photos with labels, logos or brand names prominently displayed like they’re some kind of commercial.
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