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    Posted: 29 October 2017 at 8:02am
Fished the nw places yesterday. Kings were thick. Boats hooked up every where. Bite was little slow for us. Fish wanted live baits. We had ballyhoo. Plus I was thinking deep pulling 2 planners. But they wanted it on top. Once we figure that out did better landing 4 missed couple more . Could have done better if I figured things out sooner. But we got fish. Hit the bottom some also but the sharks owned that.
You Can,t catch a fish unless your lines in the water ( 21 cuddy cab trophy )Water Bug Also 14 ft John boat
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We caught them there last week and the week before, fished pogies last week had 9 by 2:00 headed in, pulled dead cigar minnows week before got 6 and was back at the dock just before 12:00, they are there but also the sharks are to, all we fished was on top.
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Fished Thursday with twenty-five other boats at NWP#1.  Constant action on Hank Brown rigs with ballyhoo.  Put six in the box and released another six at the boat.  Perfect eating size.  Many thanks to a great friend and one of the best fishermen I know for turning me on to dead bait.  He just broke me from being a live bait snob. Smile  How easy can it get!

What's for dinner?  Perfect eating size, smoked fresh king mack!




 











Edited by Rick - 06 November 2017 at 9:33am
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NC Fisheries Management- Motto: Too Little, Too Late, Too Bad   Slogan: Shrimp On! Mission Statement: Enable Commercial Fishing At Any and All Cost, Regardless of Impact to the Resource.
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Murder is killing but all killing is not murder
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