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Cape Henry 23 feb 2008 - Virginia Beach

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Cape Henry 23 feb 2008 - Virginia Beach

Postby RACN35 » Sun Feb 24, 2008 8:26 am

as Quoted by Tony :::

[QUOTE=tonydivefish] hit the ocean out of c.c. @ about 715 am & went straight toward the green can with jamie(racn35), bob(finnbob) aboard. did'nt make it quite that far as we ran over a large pod of bait so we dropped lines & started trolling right about the bay/ocean line. hooked up on the 1st fish right away. seas were dead calm & raining. guess i can't say they don't bite in a low pressure cell anymore. brought home 5 w/ one lost @ the boat & several missed hits. most of the bite came in the early morning. all fish were caught on the 3-way mojo (28 oz) with the exception of one on the trailer tomic. mojo colors were chartreuse,red & white, & blue & white. tomic was a 7" red & white. all fish were between 36 & 41 inches. lots of bait in the afternoon but no bite for us then. talked to several bretheren out there & it seems like everyone had a good day. finally a calm day! well, i guess you can tell who caught the smallest fish!


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Re: Cape Henry 23 feb 2008 - Virginia Beach

Postby allingeneral » Sun Feb 24, 2008 6:23 pm

Nicely done Jamie! :clapping:
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