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Hard day of fishing
The day started very early on the R.P., and we had a good bite going by 4 A.M. Unfortunately we still haven't found the size of fish we are hoping for and the majority of this morning's fish were in the 30 to 70 pound range. As has been the case so far this trip, the majority of the larger fish are coming off the kite, and although we couldn't reach the 200 mark today, we did have some excellent kite fish. Rob Creek scored an estimated 150 pounder and almost simultaneously Brent Hough landed one on the other kite about 10 pounds larger. For the bait fishermen it was another very tough day of scratch fishing with a lot of fish from 30 to 50 and few 70 to 100. For the day we had 70 tuna and five very nice wahoo. Ed Delaney got an exceptionally large one on iron that may be around 70 pounds. It appears so far this trip that we've got our work cut out for us but all we need is a little luck and some increased cooperation from the jumbos, because mentally you can be sure we're up for the task.
POEM FOR THE DAY:
The tuna gave a hard strike
Spit the hook out, laughed,and said "Psych!"
"Adios gotta run
But if you had fun
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