Last tuna trip for "knot reel", tanner carnage

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  1. svue

    svue I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    well after debating for a whole week on weather window, and a couple of fail launch. We pushed off the dock Friday night at 9pm heading toward tanner bank. Picked up some live squid from the ultra at Catalina.
    Weather was nice we were doing 30knt toward tanner.
    Greylight came and we went to work. They were eager to eat chum and live squid.
    The stars of this show were the tunas, thanks for playing. Got our fair share and left them biting at noon for a 32knt cruise back.

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  2. Tunahead

    Tunahead Long Time Tuna Abused Member

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    Nice fish guys, way to close out the season. Way to finish!!
    I'm in for cataract surgery tomorrow, done. LOL
     
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  3. svue

    svue I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I guess next year you will be able to spot breaking fish for miles. Hang in there
     
  4. c-nut

    c-nut Fishing addict

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    Oh man!
     
  5. robaire

    robaire Angler

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    Damn nice way to end your season................or is it the end?!? :cheers:
     
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  6. fishkilr

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    Sounds like a fun trip... but also sounds like another guy doing 30 knots at night ....if this continues someone will find the chamber was not empty...
     
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  7. TheGunslinger

    TheGunslinger gary

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    Great job! Great fish especially in November. No, Great Fish!!! Well done
     
  8. Tunahead

    Tunahead Long Time Tuna Abused Member

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    LOL Ya think? Just home from surgery, kinda blurry now and lens covered. I'm grounded. LOL
    News at 11 next year on that Vue. Happy Holidays to you and family!
     
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  9. Reel hip

    Reel hip Meet my "Well known Member"

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    Dig it. weather is looking bumpy for the next few days. I'm hoping it doesn't roll. Either way still been a great season . I'd like to do at least one more trip
     
  10. whammy

    whammy Hook Up!

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    nice work Vu, lets take the knot reel out one more time for tuna haha
     
  11. svue

    svue I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Would love too man, maybe jerry will run with you
     
  12. salty nuts

    salty nuts Well-Known "Member"

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    30 knots at nigtht? Wtf
     
  13. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Way to go guys, some beasts there!
     
  14. svue

    svue I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    It was a very clear night... I know it's not the wisest thing to do. But it felt like running during day
     
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    Croaker_King Legendary Plier Werks

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    Damn that's a wicked cool tuna spike where did you get it?!
     
  16. Fishingguy

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    Its mine. a buddy made it for me. He's instagram is called

    @legendaryplierwerks

    super cheap and great work
     
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  17. fishkilr

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    Understate much??
     
  18. Tunahead

    Tunahead Long Time Tuna Abused Member

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    NO SHIT. We used to roll out to the Tanner from LA with Rick Slavkin on SeaHawk,
    fish bluefin in knarley Victory at Sea conditions. Hell he took O95 out there in
    that cement mixer yesterday too. They scored pretty good considering.
    One fishy guy. Not for the faint of heart the Tanner when weather up. LOL
     
  19. svue

    svue I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    The night we chose to go was glassy condition, we could see the reflection of the moon on the surface... With our smaller boat we have to watch the weather at all time... hence we Cancelled twice before actually making the decision to roll out.
    My buddy Matt was out there on his 20' anderson...He also killed the BFT.
     
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  20. fishkilr

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    You are welcome to risk your life anytime you want to however trying to justify doing that could convince some of the Schmoes out there to do the same and makes you look silly...
     

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