She smells a little fishy.

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daer1303

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Feb 23, 2009
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hacienda heights ca
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tim
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24' skippy flybridge "Two Shaè"
Finally after the last few trips of wind and mixed swell we got a day on Lake pacific with glass water. Ran up from San Pedro 2 Rocky Point area and took the old lady along. Metered around and found the bass just stacked up on the bottom. She had never used plastics before so I figured I would give her a try and a little lesson. We end up making multiple drifts and have non-stop action from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. apparently she's a natural at using Plastics because she kicked my ass all day long on big fish. For the first time I had to tell her we have to stop fishing and head back and she kept saying no just one more drift.(who are you and what have you done with ny girlfriend) All fish were well over legal and didn't catch anything small other than a few rockfish mixed in. Everything taken on sardine colored big hammers tipped with squid. Ended the night at White's Island trying for halibut since we had a full tank of bait still but nothing but rays.
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ShadBurke

Just a Guy and his Boston Whaler
Oct 28, 2005
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Shad Burke
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22' Boston Whaler Guardian
your wife has definitely aged much better than axle rose has.......love the shirt......
 
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Reel hip

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Feb 19, 2008
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Doug
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25ft Skipjack fly
Had to view the pics twice. 2nd time I noticed the fish. Good job on the plastics
 
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FloMar

Hired Gun!
Apr 28, 2004
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John Collar
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Parker 2320
IMO, for what that's worth, women that enjoy fishing are a dime a dozen.
Buuuuut, women that can catch'em and put'em on the deck when the captain finds'em are worth their weight in gold.
And she appears to like loud and abrasive music based on her shirt, you must be in Heaven. :rockin:
Personally, I'd have looked at Freeman before White for a Halibut . . . again IMO.
You must have had a great day from what you've shared, very nice indeed.
 
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