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Old 09-15-2007, 01:25 AM
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Catch 100 peacock bass in a day? How about just in the afternoon?

I really have no idea how many fish we all caught, but the two young men fishing off the point (Secret Spot) caught more than 100. (using live bait and lures) The kids in the boat were hooked up to a fish every time I looked up. They would position the boat, cast, and hook up... Dale (on the kayak) and I were not doing to shaby ourselves.

From the time I got there (Secret Spot) around 3:00 until I left around 6:00 it was constant action. We all caught fish around one pound, but I would guess the average at closer to 2 pounds. My largest was 3 and one of the guys on shore caught a 5 pounder. But the exciting thing was the constant action. I'm enjoying the action while the weather is hot. In Jan. when the water temperature drops to 78 degrees, these schooling fish will only be a memory.

Oh, Blue Boat Point already had 3 boats fishing there.... (read really catching lots fish) that's why we moved on up to Morgan's Pt. (Secret Spot)

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Looks like big fun! good to know there's some tradeoffs to y'alls gas prices
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What lake is this?
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Old 12-14-2007, 02:15 PM
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I fished this lake, i think. Isnt this on Oahu? Lake Wilson I think. I caught a few but the uide said it was a slow day for some reason. I am coming back this summer and will try again. Those fish are a blast to watch come attack your bait and it is hard not to anticipate the strike and yank it right out of their mouth.
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