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Re: Fish!

Post by 44808 » Mon Aug 31, 2009 6:38 pm

evbouret wrote:was around the 40fathom line...less than a mile out.

I hope you got a rudder system :oops: could've got you going in a bad angle and flipped you. Maybe lose some gear in the meantime. Good to hear you got out of that safe :)


Goodluck & be careful out there.
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Re: Fish!

Post by evbouret » Wed Sep 02, 2009 9:25 am

Maybe some guys want to tangle with a billfish on their kayaks. But personally I want nothing to do with one. I'm happy it snapped off but am also happy I hooked into it and got to watch it ***p it's lid. I keep the drag light enough that I won't huli, You can't have the drag locked down like on a boat.

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Re: Fish!

Post by Ken » Fri Sep 11, 2009 4:00 am

Hey Ev, Ken from Canada here. Nice to hear from you and back in BI now, huh? Gotta love BI with that deep water close to shore. Never know what you are going to hook into. What did you use for bait? I assume you were trolling?

Glad you didn't huli or get tow out to sea. :D

There may be a conference that I could attend in Maui next Sept/Oct...and I'll try real hard to convince my professor to let me attend. If I do, depends on where you are living at the time, maybe we hook up and holoholo again. :D

Anyways, take care my friend. Send me your new BI address on AH and if I found some cool flies or tied some new ones, I'll send them over and let you try them out. :wink:

A hui hou brah!

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Re: Fish!

Post by evbouret » Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:27 am

yeeeeha!!!! :) :P

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Re: Fish!

Post by 44808 » Wed Oct 21, 2009 1:57 pm

Nice fish 8) thats dinner for the next week ina half.
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Re: Fish!

Post by 808kurtissman » Sat Nov 03, 2012 7:24 am

evbouret wrote:First day out on my new boat, was windy so I stayed inside the bay.

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The fish turned that color because freshwater has alot of mud in it absorbing into the fishes skin or scales turning it brown like that.thats why a lot of freshwater fish turn brown
i get nomo natin means i get somtin.double negative.tell your fam when wen you catch a fish dat you get nomo natin :)

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