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 Posted: Thu Jun 7th, 2018 01:54 am
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The seaweed and most the bait pushed on. One good report .. from 50 miles. Some sail packs in close but they were focused on small bait balls. Would have been fun to jump in on. A few dorado and billfish. No current breaks or upwellings. Beautiful blue water. The dolphin were having fun. Nice slight cloud cover and comfy seas. Could use some more catching though. One friend tried jigging the Island with no luck. Good skipjack bite there :).

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Some seaweed the last few days. Good and bright and full of bait. Tons of nice tripletail on patches. Saw huge schools of ballyhoo getting worked. Some bigger marlin. Some within a couple miles. Great bonita bite at San Antonio. A few yellowtail at the Island. Lots of sails. Casey got one close to 40# today and we caught a 25# on the popper. A few dorado around. They saw one big school unwilling to bite. Heard that some were stuffed with squid.


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A few big ones at the docks today.

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Heard of another 40# yesterday.

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