300 pound blue Finn

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  1. spinner

    spinner Well-Known "Member"

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    will they be there on the thunderbird Sudan night 2 day/ what do I take for this trip/34 bluefin today on a 2 day/they are back at Clemente?
     
  2. Bill W

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    Get em Mike...
     
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    Put the big guns away.
    Take a bazooka.
     
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    duckbutter6a Florida man living in SoCal

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    Use the force mike...
     
  5. Tom Honaker

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    Make history, catch a west coast 300 pounder on a spinning reel!
     
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  6. spinner

    spinner Well-Known "Member"

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    I am really serious about this/any intelligent or hands on advice?
     
  7. Let em eat 74

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    Hey Mike. Larger models are still showing on the flatfall though they could rise and eat bait anytime. 100-130# rigs should be brought and marked at 100’ intervals for accuracy of depth during the drop. Best of luck to you.
     
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    Let em eat 74 Well-Known "Member"

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    Hey Mike. Larger models are still showing on the flatfall though they could rise and eat bait anytime. 100-130# rigs should be brought and marked at 100’ intervals for accuracy of depth during the drop. Best of luck to you.
     
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    And on a Butter knife?
     
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    Mike,
    I don't usually do this for other people but for you I did a full analysis. Based on current, tide,chlorophyl data, and moon phase you will have two chances at the 300 pounder.Sunday night at 3:17 AM if you deep drop a mackerel that is EXACTLY 8 3/8" long on a 6 ounce sinker to precisely 242 feet you will hook a 300 pounder.Now understand that there are too many other variables to be able to tell you if you will land it or not. Pulled hook, cut off by a Googan , bad knot,etc., but you will get the bite.
    Moving on to monday night, at 2;11AM if you wear a pair of women's pink panties, no socks, and fish a glow in the dark 250 flat fall at 281feet you will get bit again. My tables tell me that that fish will actually be larger than the Sunday night fish. It could be the JACK POT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It depends on if Mario wears the neon colored thong at 4:07 AM and actually lands his fish. That fish will weigh 352!
    Good luck, hope this helps.
     
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    Lmfao!!!!!!
     
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    Funny stuff...

    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Googan
     
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    yellowfish26 Totally Nude 24/7

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    If i could like your post twice i would do it. F'n funny...
     
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    How do you hook the mack on the first morning?
     
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    Yellowtail Dan I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Should he wax before wearing the woman's panties? Would that help his chances?

    Great post
     
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    SouthBayKiller I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Just a rough chop, everyone knows that stubble in women’s panties is a winning recipe for bluefin, especially effective on the full moon! :gay:
     
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  17. FishRock

    FishRock I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    This is a very helpful thread. I will book mark it for future reference. NOT!
     

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