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Date posted October 9, 2004 8:51 PM
Posted by B.Attitude
Report location New York > Debs/Jones > Cholera/H.A. buoy
Fishing method Boat
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Well I couldn't get the gas jugs in time to make the run to the Bacardi so we did our last trolling trip of the season.We found nice water about 5 miles south of Cholera (dirty brown closer inshore today).We headed south to the HA where we had a few false albies.Thats it,no other forms of life to be seen.Beautiful cobolt blue water at the HA,64-65 degree temps.Time for another shark trip and then get the wire out for some bassing.


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Joined: 07/01/2002
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Location: Growing up, 11756.....growing old, 11741
 10/10/2004 07:50 AM  

Cobalt blue ~ 64-65? That means MAKO TIME!

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Joined: 03/22/2004
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 10/10/2004 08:45 AM  

Good report Paulie, Haven't been offshore in two weeks, but with that report of blue water and temps, it looks like the Mako's should be right there...
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