MA 7 2/10 Two keepers

Discussion in 'Washington Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by fishinden, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. fishinden

    fishinden Member

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    Dennis
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    Put in Wash. Pk. 0645, with a exshipmate, ran to Eagle Bluff,fished through the slack. Started trolling south,I hit the small one just north of Tide Pt. my buddy got the bigger one about 15 min. later. Beautiful calm clear day. Both fish caught on herring.
    Mine was 7# my buddys fish was 13#
     

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  2. Jermz

    Jermz Slay'in and fillet'in

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    Very nice.

    Keep up the good work.
     
  3. Pete1313

    Pete1313 Newbie

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    Great shot with the ferry going behind you...
     
  4. fishchasr

    fishchasr Member

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    Well done!
     
  5. Very nice!! Looks like Mt. native's Ocean Pro behind ya...Great job and beautiful fish.
     
  6. Salmon Addict

    Salmon Addict Newbie

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    Nice work! Were they caught on a cut plug? I'm so jealous I hate working when the weather is perfect for fishing. I'm off for a couple weeks I hope to see you out there. Too bad the marine forecast went to shit. My luck!
     
  7. JKIII

    JKIII FISHNFU

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    nice fish!
     
  8. Quan

    Quan I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Nice! I'm glad someone is out there slaying them in that beautiful weather. My daily commute takes me past the bay and it has been GLASS out there... oh, to yearn... If it weren't so busy here at work, I would have definitely been taking some days off.
     
  9. Cornfed

    Cornfed CAPTAIN | TEAM USUAL SUSPECTS Has Moderator Powers

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    NICE WORK DENNIS! Second pic is the best. Looks like a bad ass. Good to see someone out enjoying the sun and water.
     
  10. Dances with Fish

    Dances with Fish Newbie

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    You guys are cleaning up, congrats and nice fish pictures.
     
  11. wood2turn

    wood2turn Well-Known "Member"

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    My partner backed out on me today so...I stayed home and took care of some chores instead. Couldn't find sanyone else to go with me. Due to my surgery I just didn't feel safe going it alone yet.

    Nice fish man!!!!
    Terry B.
     
  12. Siv

    Siv I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Well done..really nice winter day. We are lucky, they have 6 feet of snow on th ground in 1/2 the country and my lawn is green.
     
  13. Odin7

    Odin7 Odin7

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    Yeah, those are O.K. if you like beautiful scenery and shiny fish in late winter and you need a reason to remember that better days are on the way...

    ...thanks
     
  14. fishinden

    fishinden Member

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    Yeah, Cut plug, I use a home made "spinner". "Every Dog has his day"
     
  15. Fish_kid

    Fish_kid The Right Angler

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    Nice job, Den! Wish I could sneak out of work and hit a calm day!
     
  16. rockwithfish

    rockwithfish Newbie

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    How come your buddy looks so grumpy after outfishing you, thats hard to do. Smile dude, thats a nice fish!
     
  17. Nookie Hooker

    Nookie Hooker Aquatic Slayer

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    Fishinden,

    Must have been you I was watching pull in the feeshes on Thursday. We worked Eagle Bluff/Tide Point with hardware all morning, and came up empty. Tide change, and a phone call with encouraging news from Pt. Lawerence, got us moving that way, and a change to cut plugs kicked out a mid-teener for us. There appeared to be a pretty good, though short, bite on.

    Sorry no fish porn, technologically challenged.........
     

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