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Jupiter Fla.

Postby CaptDino » Thu May 07, 2009 2:22 pm

The Albie's have arrived & are in full swing for there summer saty here in Jupiter. Fish have been from 2 - 14 #'s. Most are on the small side right know, but that will change by next week. Along w/the Albie's we've been getting into some sm AJ's. With the return of the Albie's it also mean's the boy's in the brown suit's are here. There's been alot of Hammer Head's here. Yesterday we had a huge school of Jack Crevelle underneath the scholl of Albie's. They came by twice but didn't want anything to do w/us. The King's have been alittle on the slow side so far this month. I hope this will change w/the full moon this weekend.

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Re: Jupiter Fla.

Postby bhorsley » Thu May 07, 2009 4:07 pm

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Re: Jupiter Fla.

Postby meatstick » Thu May 07, 2009 6:44 pm

Excellent, Dino. That AJ is the right size for me.

Ooh, Ooh ... Hammerheads. A Hammerhead on fly is a dream fish.

That 2nd pic is a very respectable albie.

Stay on 'em.

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Re: Jupiter Fla.

Postby CaptDino » Fri May 08, 2009 7:13 am

John

That guy wished he had his 16wt. I said you want to spend over an hour fighting that Shark ? He said yes & my reply to him was your nut's.

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Re: Jupiter Fla.

Postby meatstick » Fri May 08, 2009 5:12 pm

I hear ya, Dino ... I can fully imagine what it's like.

But "no pain, no gain (new species)".

With the help of 6 bottles of Powerade, I "might" be able to do it.

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