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Old 07-02-2012, 10:48 AM
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I've just returned from a delightful week in the Cook Islands staying on Aitutaki.
I managed ( read negotiated with SWMBO) 2 days guided fishing with Itu Davey.
Now I have to admit to be a freshwater angler and had some problems (read couldn't do) with casting a 9 weight 30 > 35 yards....
However, I did manage to land 2 nice bones - each weighing in between 9> 10 lb...

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Those are HUGE!! I bought the Itu's Bones dvd from Carl not to long ago and it was really interesting to watch and too see those fish. Im glad they are doing well and the fishing still exists.
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Old 07-02-2012, 12:58 PM
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honestly those are the biggest bones i have ever seen.
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I don't get much opportunity to fish the saltwater, but try to make the most of it when I get the chance.

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Wow, didn't know they got that big!
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Those are HUGE!! I bought the Itu's Bones dvd from Carl not to long ago and it was really interesting to watch and too see those fish. Im glad they are doing well and the fishing still exists.
Nice bones man!
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Here's a few oddballs for you guys

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Nice oddities Marco, is that Galvan new? Looks great on the two hander!
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Nice oddities Marco, is that Galvan new? Looks great on the two hander!
Thanks AJ, I went on a buying spree a few months ago and picked up a few. Couldn't help myself
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Unfortunately, sea robins are not an oddity
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Unfortunately, sea robins are not an oddity
They're not to us, but to someone who's not from the NE imagine how weird they look. Nevermind the sound! arrr, arrr, arrr
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I don't have to imagine that they look weird... I know it.
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