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my first fish

Postby keepinitreel » Wed Dec 05, 2012 1:16 am

first time fishing at anglins pier caught big grouper.
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Re: my first fish

Postby gruntking » Wed Dec 05, 2012 8:18 am

looks huge how was it for dinner
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Re: my first fish

Postby keepinitreel » Wed Dec 05, 2012 3:17 pm

gruntking wrote:looks huge how was it for dinner

put it like this im 24 nd that was the first fish i ate in my life now im hooked it taste better than chicken nd yea he was huge 25 inches long nd fat it ate a whole 6 in live grunt on the bottom.
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Re: my first fish

Postby jbuck501 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 3:25 pm

keepinitreel wrote:
gruntking wrote:looks huge how was it for dinner

put it like this im 24 nd that was the first fish i ate in my life now im hooked it taste better than chicken nd yea he was huge 25 inches long nd fat it ate a whole 6 in live grunt on the bottom.


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Re: my first fish

Postby keepinitreel » Wed Dec 05, 2012 3:33 pm

jbuck501 wrote:
keepinitreel wrote:
gruntking wrote:looks huge how was it for dinner

put it like this im 24 nd that was the first fish i ate in my life now im hooked it taste better than chicken nd yea he was huge 25 inches long nd fat it ate a whole 6 in live grunt on the bottom.


The beginning of a progressive incureable disease that cost a lot of money to treat. LOL>LOL
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already can tell between my rods nd setting up my tackle I spent about $400.00 this month nd every trip I realize somethings still missing but its been worth every penny having a blast.
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Re: my first fish

Postby keepinitreel » Wed Dec 05, 2012 10:47 pm

rare wrote:Very nice catch! :toast:

Thanks I just hope it wasn't beginners luck and I get another big fight soon.
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Re: my first fish

Postby krash » Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:33 am

Nice grouper, but if that's your first fish how'd you get the grunt used for bait ?
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Re: my first fish

Postby keepinitreel » Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:27 am

krash wrote:Nice grouper, but if that's your first fish how'd you get the grunt used for bait ?

my buddy went the day b4 to dania pier and had a live well with little grunts nd baitfish it was his first time at anglin he didnt now they had bait everywhere...but i gusss that grouper liked the imported fish from the other side.....he joked that he wasnt so happy he did all the work the day b4 nd i got lucky.
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Re: my first fish

Postby nschaff20 » Sat Feb 16, 2013 4:02 pm

Wow! Very impressive, what was your rod and reel set up? And how did you rig the bait?
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Re: my first fish

Postby Username28 » Sat Feb 16, 2013 4:31 pm

Nice...
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Re: my first fish

Postby keepinitreel » Sat Feb 16, 2013 10:44 pm

nschaff20 wrote:Wow! Very impressive, what was your rod and reel set up? And how did you rig the bait?


This was before I got my fancy equipment I used a penn special senator 6.0 with 80 test and I used a 3 ounce lead with a pre made wire snare with a 2.0 hook I got at walmart. As for the bait it was a small grunt hooked to the tip of the nose
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Re: my first fish

Postby keepinitreel » Sat Feb 16, 2013 10:46 pm

Username28 wrote:Nice...

Thanks bro cant wait for the season to open to get another been pulling them up every week now off the boat there's plenty for when season comes. I just think this one was special since it was off the pier
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