Lal's big Biscuit picture!

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by Tunaslam, Sep 20, 2018.

  1. dktool

    dktool Member

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    Hell yes !!

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  2. CURVEFINDER

    CURVEFINDER If they be Biten Go Get M

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    Cori are you sure that table is rated to hold that kind of weight
     
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  3. KID CREOLE

    KID CREOLE I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Congrats Lal, cant wait to hear the history on that fish!!!!!

    Fantastic to see how big these hatchery fish get!!!!
     
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  4. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Well two years ago we put 14 YFT that averaged 30 pounds on it, I think so, plus a whole bunch of 25 to 35 pound Tails on other days!
     
  5. Tailman

    Tailman Well-Known "Member"

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    Just got an e-mail from the biologist--NO chip in the fish-darn !!!
     
  6. Vermonster

    Vermonster Well-Known "Member"

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    Holy crap, that's a big'un!!!
     
  7. KID CREOLE

    KID CREOLE I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Damn, maybe next time
     
  8. FJHIII

    FJHIII 67.3 WSB

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    Bummer that there was not a chip. Did the biologist say how big the biggest chipped fish has been so far?

    Did you get your otoliths back? When I sent my 70# head to the biologist, I requested that they send me the otoliths and they did.
     
  9. ChefboyArBee

    ChefboyArBee Member

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    :daman::daman::daman:
     
  10. beerman1

    beerman1 Member

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    Great work Ducky crew...One of the best reports yet. A few weeks back my brother in law lost a big one in the kelp..inside the Pedro Harbor! There out there. More are lost then landed though.
     
  11. DL87

    DL87 Newbie

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    Ghost buster!
     
  12. portaslayer

    portaslayer Newbie

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    I did some internship work with a group that works closely w the tagging program They told me you actually catch a fish w a tag then you should go play the lottery... very few are recovered
     

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