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    Anthony hooked 3 kept 2, the first one he hook was at 35 feet, it came to the surface and it looked like it was about 25 pounds, minutes later he hooked a 45 at 24 feet. Killer whales moved in, so we moved and found a 35 pounder. We kept 5 cod and released 5 million. Lost a lot of exoensive bait today!
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    Your killing me Jeff! Nice pics.
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    Nice fish.

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    congrats on the nice fish!!!

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    Very Nice! Big Brite King

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    so hey, looks like a clippie ... no adipose fin or is that just the camera angle?
    did you turn in the head? always curious which of those canadian hatcheries i should be send money to...
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    Another couple dandys Jeff.I suppose you`ll be switching to all mooching rigs now <grin>>Wondering whats you`re best setup for this time of year?Thanks for the pics. Fishon!!

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    The best setup is one that catches fish, to do that I keep a mix in the water, herring, spoons, apex, granslam bucktails, fast slow, long short, big small, just keep a good mix and whatever works switch, it always changes and we need to remember that.
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