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Well we just wrapped up a 4 day trip with slow action . No real reason for the sporadic action we have had most of the season either. Usually on slow days we could always find some dolphin action but even they have been tough to come by this year. On Friday we had great action catching yellowfin to 60 lbs. and dolphin to 35 lbs. We also saw our first blue marlin of the season hitting a cedar plug , which we pulled off shortly after. We expected the same action the following day but struggled to even get bites. The positive to having slow trolling action in the Bahamas is we can always count on excellent bottom fishing for grouper and snapper. We also have been doing a fair amount of diving for lobster on our slower days. Back at it again Friday and expecting the fishing to pick up a bit.
 

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Sorrry to hear guys! Keep your heads up.. fishing down there as you know can be like a light switch.. 9am no fish.. 10 am double blues and tons of dolphin and tuna!!

go get em and throw up some pics so we can all get jealous and cry. lol
 

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amen to that twocrows!!!

I would rather be sweating and trying to hit minnows with a spear gun then up here staring into lifeless water! hahaha
 
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