Casting for Bluefins

Discussion in 'Offshore Fishing Reports' started by JFLORES, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. JFLORES

    JFLORES Senior Member

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    Went to Cape Cod with Sami,Kevin,Tony and myself we fished with
    Black Rose charters with Capt Rich. Cape Cod Bay is loaded with bait,whales
    and big hungry tunas. We ended the day going 7for7 on tunas in the
    50-90lb class. We used all spinning tackle. Plugs used, Tacklehouse Shibuki
    Tuna Pen, Smith
    Thanks to Capt Rich who realy worked hard to put us on the fish.
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  2. gimmedeal

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    Is the last lure shown a baby runboh?

    Fred
     

  3. JFLORES

    JFLORES Senior Member

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    Is the last lure shown a baby runboh?

    Fred

    Hi Fred,

    Yes the last lure is a baby runboh jr. Randy from Anglers-proshop
    has them. Its deadly on surfacing tunas.
     
  4. paul708

    paul708 Site Sponsor

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    another great trip for you,,way to go..great pics...how far were you casting to the fish?
     
  5. Gunsmoke

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    Jflores, Sami, Kevin and Tony. First off, great day of fishing for you guys. Days like that keep you hooked on fishing. Congratulations. Keep up with the posting, as everyone loves to see someone have a great day on the liquid ranch.

    I've had a few drinks tonight so don't please don't take offense to the below pictures. :) I just feel like having a little fun. I'm watching a show on TV right now called "Power of 10". Drew Carey is the host. Here is the million dollar question.

    What percentage of Americans would rather have a rod in their mouth or a chicken bone in their mouth?:D
     

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  6. lite-liner

    lite-liner troll enforcement Staff Member

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    Yep, that abut sums it up!
    Sami, you're a friggin animal!
    I would love to fish w/ y'all some day!
    tight lines, Yankees!
    -Brian
     
  7. JFLORES

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    another great trip for you,,way to go..great pics...how far were you casting to the fish?

    Hi Paul,

    All different, some times the fish were very close and sometimes
    they were far. The ones that were right next to the boat are hard to get
    to hit. I found that the longer the cast, the better the chance to score.
     
  8. CAP

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    Do you just rip it across the surface or give it some walk the dog action.

    -CAP

    Great trip and I love the bloody tuna pictures. None of those primped and preened fotos for me. Give me nitty gritty real life.