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 Posted: Mon Apr 24th, 2017 11:49 pm
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Went to 22 and nada. Probably tails around the Reef or on the inside. Some minimal sargasso and a few sardine schools. In time! Was doing great on yellowtail off the Seamounts. Might be too warm now. A few cabrilla, one 55# grouper,  and a handful of the family are sporting 30' Raps.
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Has there been any reports of dodos or sails being caught? is the Sargasso starting to congerate yet or still to early?

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Lotsof sargasso, but the water is still cold, especially for sails. May 15 is when you normally see the dodo herd in my experience in close, farther south sooner.

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Dead winter seaweed out there. Reports of sargasso and dorado building off one island down by La Paz.
Very good jig bite at the Island. One marlin passed by. Didn't try the Reef much. Maybe tomorrow, or the Horseshoe.

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is the weed starting to come together

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Tiny pieces in the warmer currents.

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Any news?!! saw that fernando caught a nice one! Whats new

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Decent bites at the Island. Luna Sea got one about 30#. We got to play with the orcas. Went south today and saw tons of bait. Maybe the tuna come up in the afternoon. Blue and 78 coming in.

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We passed one patch on the Reef with a couple hundred babies.

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any dodos in the area

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They weren't baby humans. Baby dorados.

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Bhaaaaaaaa ! Thats some funny stuff right there !

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hahaha were talking about tuna so that what i thought you were suggesting you never specified:cool:

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And thing going on down there?

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They are waiting for you. Give Casey a call, he knows the current report.
Played along with a few Humpbacks at the Island. Lots of mantas. Slow on the Tail. Lots of baby yellowtail on the Seamounts.

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Bryan they better. HaHa nothing better than searching for that gold. But have heard know one has been out because it has been to windy. Just cant wait

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Island and Pando were good today

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Good numbers of big yellowtail off the Tetekawi to San Antonio after noon to 3:00. A few big ones on the outside Seamounts. 

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