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Sunday(01-28) Report.

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tearin' lips

Well here it is just like I promised. We got back to D-town around 8:00. We ended up going out of Hunter's Point...Sorry Jim, we were going to go out of appledoorn's, but I was developing a game plan off of a pattern that a buddy was starting to observe.

Anyhow here is how it went...We got fishing a little later than I wanted(8:30), but that's how it goes. Had two eye's fight off the bat. The first in 24' and the second in 30'. Then nothing...after many, many, many holes I found a good school of jumbos at 11:00 in 32-34' of water off the edge of the reef. We caught some really nice jumbos(11-13 inch) for the next four hours. It wasn't fast and furious but the size was excellent and we were happy with what we ended up with. Should have had more and I wanted to work the break for some 'eyes, but around 2:00 the vex decided not to work anymore.

All in all not a bad day on the water. We graphed a lot of fish on the shallower break, but nothing would hit and when the wind came up around 4:00 everything totally shut down for us. It is like someone hit the "off" switch. Definately looking forward to getting down there again soon, in some warmer and more stable weather.

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Coach1310

Thanks for the report. Glad it went well. I was out chasing gills yesterday and decided to just fish outside and deal with it. Had to go in the truck a couple of times to warm up, but brought home some nice fish so it was worth it. Were there marked roads to where you went? Thanks again for the report!

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tearin' lips

Yeah hunters did a good job of marking the roads, it was really nice to have the plows out right away in the morning to clear them. Good to hear that you got into some nice fish as well Coach!

Take Care and Good Luck Fishing!!

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