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Hit the Sea Hunter out of the Highlands and we all had stripers and gator blues you could want today. Most had a slot and several including myself had a fish over 34. At least 18 bass made 34 inches and the pool fish was about 17 pounds. We also released several 31-34 inchers to fight again. Metal and wildeyes did the trick on the incoming as we worked birdlife down the beach to the south. It was a bloodbath and the fish spit peanuts all over the place. One bass had 15 peanuts in it's belly. Finally some bigger fish, not giants, but bigger. :D Time to sleep.
 

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way to go leedz!!! Everybody took home some meat, striper if they were lucky and blue if not :D
 

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And many are still swimming. Got striper thumb?
 

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What do you use to weigh your fish. I just bought a 20 dollar hand scale, but I don't think it's accurate.

Let me know the brand name and model, if you would recommend your scale.

( Or do you just guess-stimate the weight, as you've been fishing so long. )

[ 11-20-2004, 10:38 PM: Message edited by: Dakota Rob ]
 

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Stren Scale on board or boga grip. After a while you get pretty good at guessing too. I was within 6 oz. on the pool fish. Would have been on the money but when they cleaned it a dozen baby bunkers spilled out. :D
 
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