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Old 06-09-2010, 12:19 PM
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anyone one looking for me, I'll be the one in the red kayak

.... last week there was a report of 'massive schools of 200 lb giant blue fin tuna and 30 lb bass feeding on thick schools of sea herring on the surface' just outside of the harbor. .....

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Paul have a GREAT trip! And be safe out there.

Oh and here's a link for a NMFS rec tuna permit for your yak

https://hmspermits.noaa.gov/PermitList.asp
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Paul: I sure hope the fish are still there feeding and hook into them. Good fishing!

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200 Lb.

That could take awhile, better take snack's
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Man that thing could win just by default! Yeah you have hooked me but I am dragging your butt out to sea! That would be one heck of a ride/tow!
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