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Old 09-10-2015, 09:37 AM   #1
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Fishbucket Canyon trip Sept 2015

first some mahi mayhem:


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Night swordfish, 1st on the Bucket:


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Canyon life, under the Bucket with a hanging bar jack bait attracking a school of file fish then lots of various life under the weed patches


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Good thing you had on the fighting belt for those mahi's

Glad it was a fun trip

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Good thing you had on the fighting belt for those mahi's

Glad it was a fun trip
Tautog: did you notice the reel/pole: Daiwa Shock rated for 2-4lb which I spooled with 6lb PowerPro. Might have been a little outgunned even if the line didn't break on another line

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Throwing Timber on the white marlin. Too bad I didn't get video of the strike and the initial run/fight where I held the rod Key is teamwork in these bluewater fish battles.


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Great time out there with you guys. Thanks again. Thanks for the video Phil!
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Awesome!! Great job guys

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Good to see you guys at Menemsha. Glad your trip was fun. It's always an adventure that is for sure.
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Nice footage Mike great job as always
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