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    I'll see what's out there tomorrow....Bob

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    Good luck Bob. Chloro shot from last night looks interesting. Water surrounding the break all looks very dirty so maybe this will help concentrate the fish. Best water from the chloro shot looks to be 100-150 line at 100 fa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdu11 View Post
    I'll see what's out there tomorrow....Bob
    Bring back an 84" er!.

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    Looking at turbidity, it seems to clear up around 300 line at 100f. This also coincides with mid-way point between upwelling and downwelling if you believe in such things for finding fish.

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    I'm like a Harpoon Missile already dialed in .....Bob

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    Bob,

    Where you runnin to

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    as of now, 200 Line 100 fathoms...we'll see what happens with tonights OCeantemp shot

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    well...I can tell you that that water is holding Tons of YFT, Mako's, and Big ass blue Fin......caught em good around the 090 200 fathoms....Bob

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    Sunday is a no-go for me. The front pushed to the right and the window is very small. 6 x 6 is no fun. Dang north wind has settled in for the next week. Hope the eddie and tuna stick around until the next window.
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