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7 mins ago, FishRatz said:

From my post, top to bottom:

Bonita

Spanish Mackerel

False Albacore

 

You always can tell Bones with the shaded vertical bars and conical teeth

 

 

 

Great tip!  Thank you.  Hopefully I remember and don't come back with "why does my fish taste like canned friskies?"

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2 hours ago, jettyjockey18 said:

is that a juvy albie or a frigate mac? 

Frigate I think ...no spots

 

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2 hours ago, jettyjockey18 said:

is that a juvy albie or a frigate mac? 

 

2 hours ago, nicknotsebastian said:

i would agree.  look at that eye.

 

27 mins ago, The Riddler said:

Frigate I think ...no spots

 

Yup Frigate. I was wrong. Took a quick gander and didn't look close enough.

 

Huge eye and widely spaced dorsal fins. Plus the colors look a little funny.. and not in a funnyfish way

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2 hours ago, FishRatz said:

From my post, top to bottom:

Bonita

Spanish Mackerel

False Albacore

I caught a decent sized spanish mackeral last September from a beach. I didn't know if they were good eating so I let it go. Then a few days later when I was at Whole Foods I saw whole spanish mackeral at the fish counter. I should have kept it. D'oh!  :)

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18 hours ago, FishRatz said:

Last year, I caught all 3 of these, in the same cove location, the same day, within the same hour, I think on the same school of bait, because I used the same lure...:howdy:

2 were delicious! Other was dog food.

 

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Did that a few times last year. Not in the same hour though and only ate the Bone. 

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14 hours ago, Tailslap said:

Is that Sebile a 110 fast sink? About 3/4oz? 4 1/2in. 
If so I have 2 BNIB for you. Both white. 

I’ll have to weigh but sounds about right.  I got it for signing up for the on the water cup thing years ago. I’d love to get them if your willing to part with them. Name  your price. P. 

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1 hour ago, Steel Pulse said:

I’ll have to weigh but sounds about right.  I got it for signing up for the on the water cup thing years ago. I’d love to get them if your willing to part with them. Name  your price. P. 

The bait should say 110 FSK on underside of tail. If not scratched off by teeth. Let me know. 

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i think 2018 was the most spectacular in recent years for me.  had a couple days with 6+ species from the same rock depending on what you threw to target... albies, spanish, school bass, blues, fluke, shad, blacktips...

 

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2 hours ago, Tailslap said:

The bait should say 110 FSK on underside of tail. If not scratched off by teeth. Let me know. 

Just looked. Yes it is. 

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20 mins ago, Running Ape said:

Nick that is one impressive species total. 

thanks.

its not uncommon at that spot for a couple “regulars“ who are familiar with the variety and whats around when.  its my favorite place to go when i just wanna take a nice walk and go shore fishing.

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