Catching Wahoo and Skipjack tuna

Discussion in 'Louisiana Fishing Reports' started by marx88, Oct 19, 2018.

  1. marx88

    marx88 Sheppard of the sea

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    Mark
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    Hi! I just wanted to post my bloody deck video right here thank you for input if you like me to add anything to the video please comment below!
     
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  2. scbassmaster

    scbassmaster twin22s

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    Brian
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    The Jaw Breaker (trophy walkabout), The Chupacabra (282 sailfish)
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    Where is that?
     
  3. MATTANZA

    MATTANZA old man of the sea, in training.

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    SAN DIEGO
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    RICK
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    Boston Whaler 25' Outrage "MATTANZA II", 34' Radovcich "AMY ANNE" {when it needs to be fixed}
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    badass! love the zydeco,lol.
     
  4. Omarkayak

    Omarkayak Member

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    Bills
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    11+ ft, Ocean Kayak Scrambler, P 'N' Queue Pod
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    The start is a little hairy. The skippy grab is a little hilarious. The little hoos are quite cute. Glad the sharks were leaving you alone.

    Good fishin'!
    BDC OK
     
  5. PaDDy Killer'

    PaDDy Killer' Well-Known "Member"

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    Santa Clarita
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    Patrick
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    Parker 2520 & 17' Whaler
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    That's some spooky shit on the sandbar at night. Good for you for helping out.
     
  6. cchris

    cchris Member

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    Cris
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    friends :)
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    Got to be Texas, I fished that rig for sure , it seems very familiar
     
  7. marx88

    marx88 Sheppard of the sea

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    Mark
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    This was louisiana. Someone moved my post because I posted on the wrong forum. Also they moved my other post even though I was in san diego and I was fishing san diego I guess since i am from texas i am not allowed to post on the southern california section of this forum. I identify as a southern california fisherman when I fish san clemente. That guy hurt my feelings I guess I'm only allowed to post in the empty texas forum even though I travel the world fishing and making videos....
     
  8. cchris

    cchris Member

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    Last November I fished tuna for 2 days with Capt Hunter out of Venice, La. I guess these rigs looked the same but thought I fished it before. First day we caught 60-70# yellowfin on live mullet and some big barracuda on poppers. Second day weather was bad, didn’t go as far, caught good size Blackfin and some big ass sharks. Sharks were relentless at one point. I still think Texas offers better opportunities for popping than La.
     
  9. mullet

    mullet Metal Fabricator

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    Mike
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    Complain to @Jason he's a compassionate sort of guy :D
     
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  10. stella marina

    stella marina Well-Known "Member"

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    Andrew
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    Parker 2320, 16 Klamath cc, 10 ft Livingston "bass slayer"
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    Hilarious......jason is the one that moved his posts...good one!
     
  11. Jason

    Jason I break stuff @ BD Admin

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    So let me get this straight. It was in Louisiana but you posted it in the So Cal offshore REPORTS forum. I identify as an alien from Mars. I should post every single thing I do in the Mars forum.

    I'm not hating. I just had to deal with 14 support tickets from members telling me that some troll was posting in the wrong forum...
    90% of the users hit the new posts button. They don't go in to a single forum.
     
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