Seadogg

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After a week worth of insane schoolie activity it looks like some bigger fish are setting up in the area. Tried out a spot close to home on account of the wind and it paid off. Got a few on topwater in the 30” range so I decided to try the long rod. Got this guy on the first drift, 38”. Moved into a sheltered cove afterwards and came across some big blues finning and tailing. Reminded me of little tarpon. If the lure didn’t land right on their head they’d ignore it, and even then it wasn’t guaranteed. Lots of attacks but I only landed one. This is the first area I find bluefish every season. They’re always big, like 10+ lbs, and they’re always finicky. Makes them a lot more fun to target, I think. I ran out of time so unfortunately I couldn’t get one on the flyrod. Can’t wait to get that done.

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A fine, fat, healthy looking fish. Color me envious. :-)

 

Steve Culton

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Solid one, nice seadogg.

 

Fish from a boat don't count, needs to be from the surf. :)

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Nice!!! Those bluefish will cooperate sometime and give you a great fight on the fly.

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Yah baby! Maybe there's hope for us up here in the frozen wasteland of the North Shore....

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