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    Default inshore troll report 7/10

    Did a quick early morning trolling trip , left Absecon at 7am , out to GE reef area lines in. water temp 75 , clear, some bunker pods , a few Dolphin, trolled usual Clark spoons and Daisy chain plastics..loads of small Blues , kept a few larger cocktail size ones..trolled offshore and up the beach along the first jump, picked up 2 Spanish Mackeral and more Blues...pulled in lines at 10 am and back in the slip 10:50 am...

    I will be doing these trolling trips almost every Sunday morning 7am back at the dock by 11am ..Cant get offshore much more since I have to be at work by noon...I will be on 68 ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob View Post
    Nice Joe... you did a time jump into the future!
    Fixed it

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    I always enjoyed the inclose trolling. I heard they were catching spanish macs in Corson's inlet.
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    Joe how deep do you run most of ur Clark spoon and what size drial weights do you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zthedude View Post
    Joe how deep do you run most of ur Clark spoon and what size drial weights do you use?
    4 to 6 oz trolling sinker ,,6 or 7 feet ahead of clark spoon..

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    Never have used a weight for spanish mackerel. We are using very light spinning tackle and small Johnson spoons and feather lures. Just make sure to use a ball bearing swivel on those spoons if your going without a weight. It's a lot of fun on very light tackle as most of the fish will be well under 10 pounds.

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    Chrome gotcha plugs for the spanish.

    Im going to try some inshore trolling tomorrow morning then hit the reefs. Green heads have been fierce in the back

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    Joe I got my 1st false albacore last Tuesday. I’m going to try again Saturday. Just wondering do you use ballyhoo on any of ur offerings
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    Quote Originally Posted by zthedude View Post
    Joe I got my 1st false albacore last Tuesday. Iím going to try again Saturday. Just wondering do you use ballyhoo on any of ur offerings
    not worth the work and cost for inshore.. small ballyhoo are good for Mahi but most Dolphin are small inshore...I keep things on the small side , small squid daisy chains or bars , Clark spoons on the flat lines.,Sometimes I run a larger lure way back down the center if seas allow .I have caught a few Tuna inshore on the old green machine or a chain of skirts behind a bird way way back ..you can also cut strip baits off those false albacore and ad the strip to a Jap feather or sea witch...but in truth you dont need anything fancy for our area inshore...

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    plan on hitting the inshore lumps saturday

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    Joe thanks for all the help and info. jdps are you out of the AC area too?
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    yep Little egg
    Plan on getting to the lobster hole, that dropoff just south east of it & triple lumps
    Will be on 9, Reely Blessed

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    Will be out in that area around 7 till about 11 when we give up and start bottom fishing. I will stay on 9 and reach out if we get into anything.
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    Sunday Morning only if its calm for my old self and crew...LOL troll for 2.5 hours then run in to work by noon
    will be on 68

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    I would like to give this a try in my boat. How fast are u pulling ur spread?

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