Double Bluff Blackmouth 2/9/11

Discussion in 'Washington Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by Slabby20, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. Slabby20

    Slabby20 Newbie

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    We left Mukilteo just after 1st light and had our lines in the water at Double Bluff around 7:45. Low tide was roughly 8:15, the water was flat with no fog, PERFECT. To make it even better we were the only boat there. We dropped to the bottom and started trolling the 100-115' line heading west. Other than a couple early shakers no early action for us. Another boat pulls in and in less than 5 minutes they hooked up and lost a big fish. A little later we pass the same boat and they've landed a nice one, 13-14lbs. We fished through the tide, marking fish and some bait but nothing. Then at 10:30 my buddy's rod pops and we land a fat blackie (Green Dragon Jim's Breakaway and a Spatterback/Glow Kingfisher Lite). Fifteen minutes later my rod slams and we net our 2nd nice fish of the morning (the new Blue Ice Breakaway and 4.0 Irish Creme Tailwagger). Even though it looks like the bites on that was it for the day.

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  2. Peteb

    Peteb newbie my ass

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    Nice job. Glad to hear there's still fish holding there. I'm hopin' to get out there Sat.
     
  3. Jermz

    Jermz Slay'in and fillet'in

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    Nice. Was the other boat blue with no markings on it?
     
  4. Slabby20

    Slabby20 Newbie

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    It was an aluminum 21-22 footer with three guys. I didn't really focus on boat or color so I don't know if it was blue or not. Sorry.
     
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  5. Jermz

    Jermz Slay'in and fillet'in

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    Yeah my buddies friend was out today at DB and got two nice ones. Only two brought in when i got back to the Everett dock. Plus your two at Muk


    Great day on the water
    I just released one sublegal one today. Just not my day.
     
  6. Tower Todd

    Tower Todd Number #2

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    Nicely done! What a great day to be on the water.

    TT
     
  7. Roll the Bones

    Roll the Bones Dr. Fong

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    Nice Fat BM's

    RTB
     
  8. Slabby20

    Slabby20 Newbie

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    That must have been them because we were the only two boats there for most of the morning. I agree, it was an awesome day to be on the water (and not working).
     
  9. kallitype

    kallitype big liar

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    Beauties!!! Looks like this might be a good year for kings----hope they're heading down toward area 11, and not up to the Strait....
     
  10. Dances with Fish

    Dances with Fish Newbie

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    Nice fish and great pictures with your gear, great job.
     
  11. MarkColeman

    MarkColeman Boat Slave Advertiser

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    Nice mid winter work guys!
     
  12. Good shit man, those are 2 good lookin torpedos! That new flasher screams BM, nice work on the fish broda
     
  13. Hoghunter

    Hoghunter Well-Known "Member"

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    Nice looking fish Ken. Nothing better than a flat calm winter day and blackmouth in the boat. You gotta love it.
     
  14. Cornfed

    Cornfed CAPTAIN | TEAM USUAL SUSPECTS Has Moderator Powers

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    Those fish are FAT! What was going on in their stomachs?

    Awesome pic, Ken. Nice work brother.
     
  15. Slabby20

    Slabby20 Newbie

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    Thanks Tommy. They weren't stuffed but each had Candlefish in their bellys.
     

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