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Solomon's Sunday 11/25/07

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Took the long land ride down to Solomon's with a few friends. A friend of a friend has a nice 45' Chesapeake that he just took down the day before. Got a late start and didn't get all lines in until a little after 8am. Trolling in 40'-110', all day, within a few miles of the HI bouy. A slow but steady pick of our limit on large, with 1 in the slot; 26.5", 32", 32.5", 2 X 36.5", and a fat 40.5" for my friend Gary (the guy with the big smile and big fish) and 3 "releases". white and chartruse, umbrellas and parachutes, long and short lines, low-high tide; didn't seem to be any real pattern other than the ovals the Captain Mike was making. All but the 26.5" had sea lice. A beautiful late November day on the bay, we could've tried for another 4 in the slot, but were more than happy with the meat in the box, back to the dock by 3pm. I've been paying a lot more dues than normal this year, it was awesome to actually take some fish home.

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Saturday

 

Point Lookout/Point No Point fishing between bouys 70 and 72

50-100' water. 6am-10 we caught them in 100+ water. They were holding about 30-40'. White and chartreuse umbrellas.

 

Afternoon between 12pm and 3pm - no more bites in deep water so we went in to 50' Fish were marking at 10-20-30'. Stayed in 50' and caught the next 3

 

All fish had lice.

 

(note - none were caught on the flat long lines)

 

am - 3 fish 36-39-40

pm - 3 fish 39-41-42

 

Beautiful day

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I don't think I've seen any Lice on the fish I'm catching down by the mouth of the bay. I have been impressed witht the health of the fish population this year or at least the ones I've seen, not sores and while the river schoolies seem a little thing the ones I caught in the bay this weekend were all nice and fat even the little 20" was nice and round. pig2.gif

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