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For Trade / Re: Free - Rotella T6 oil.
« on: October 04, 2018, 04:42:46 PM »
I have an unopened 1 gallon jug. For diesels or motorcycles.
Free weekend? Interested

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I do. Plus tow rope, flare and others

3
Damn! Lots of additions

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Gearing Up and Rigging Up / Re: Rod Holder for Ugly Stik Tiger
« on: September 09, 2018, 08:44:15 PM »
I dipped on hot water and widen it a bit. Problem solved

5
General Fishing Tips / Re: Replacing neck gasket on Kokatat Meridian
« on: August 28, 2018, 08:16:14 AM »
Ty for the link

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Fish Talk / Re: Rockfish ID Chart available again.
« on: August 27, 2018, 07:56:02 PM »
Good link to identify rockfish.  But chart is a good idea handy while fishing

https://www.eikojonesphotography.com/rockfish-of-the-pacific-northwest/

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General Talk / Re: Caribbean shore or dock fishing lic?
« on: August 09, 2018, 09:35:15 PM »
That sounds like a blast. When I went my go-to rod was a little fast-action telescoping rod, I think made by Shimano. I had a 500 size reel spun with 4lb mono and a 2500 size reel spun with 14lb braid, although I think the larger reel stayed in my bag most of the time. I didn’t play around with artificials too much, but I had great luck with squid, shrimp, and bread on a Carolina rig. I think I used 1/2oz to 1oz egg sinkers and small hooks (size 6 to 1/0). There’s tons of fun, small stuff that hangs out below the docks and fights like hell on light gear (the typical small reef stuff like squirrelfish and sergeant majors, snappers of various species to a pound or two, triggerfish, and the occasional bonefish). The only time I got into trouble was when a big barracuda hit a snapper I’d hooked, but it didn’t hit far enough back to bite through the line. Needless to say, I got spooled bad (but the line eventually broke at the hook and I got it all back).

If you’re looking for more of a fight, we did have tarpon and sharks under the dock most nights, but honestly I thought the small stuff on light tackle was a lot more fun.
Oh wow! Now im more looking forward with this trip. Dang! Sounds like a very good time. TY bro

 :thumleft:

If you're into species fishing at all, I'd highly recommend picking up this book: https://www.amazon.com/Field-Guide-Coastal-Fishes-Maine/dp/0801898382. The author has one for California, too, but the east coast one was really invaluable for IDs since I was totally unfamiliar with the fish out there.
Ty for the link. Will do

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General Talk / Re: Caribbean shore or dock fishing lic?
« on: August 09, 2018, 08:27:06 PM »
That sounds like a blast. When I went my go-to rod was a little fast-action telescoping rod, I think made by Shimano. I had a 500 size reel spun with 4lb mono and a 2500 size reel spun with 14lb braid, although I think the larger reel stayed in my bag most of the time. I didn’t play around with artificials too much, but I had great luck with squid, shrimp, and bread on a Carolina rig. I think I used 1/2oz to 1oz egg sinkers and small hooks (size 6 to 1/0). There’s tons of fun, small stuff that hangs out below the docks and fights like hell on light gear (the typical small reef stuff like squirrelfish and sergeant majors, snappers of various species to a pound or two, triggerfish, and the occasional bonefish). The only time I got into trouble was when a big barracuda hit a snapper I’d hooked, but it didn’t hit far enough back to bite through the line. Needless to say, I got spooled bad (but the line eventually broke at the hook and I got it all back).

If you’re looking for more of a fight, we did have tarpon and sharks under the dock most nights, but honestly I thought the small stuff on light tackle was a lot more fun.
Oh wow! Now im more looking forward with this trip. Dang! Sounds like a very good time. TY bro

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General Talk / Re: Caribbean shore or dock fishing lic?
« on: August 09, 2018, 02:09:37 PM »
Where in the Caribbean? I took a couple trips to the Bahamas (specifically, Bimini) a few years back, and they required a license (which oddly enough was included in our hotel fee). That said, enforcement was nonexistent and I don't think we ever carried our licenses with us when we fished from the dock. I'd still get one, though.
Ty for reply. Im going on a cruise for our anniversay. Im thinking to unwind if the ship is on dock(imma miss the salmon bites here ). My trip is Eastern Caribbean. Still not sure where i can fish on shore or dock, but will try. I just want to know if others hav tried shore/dock fishing. Not planning to fish at florida, not enuf time. im bringing a gx2 travel rod MH 66 4pcs, so at least i can still hav one in my luggage.

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General Talk / Caribbean shore or dock fishing lic?
« on: August 08, 2018, 05:39:58 PM »
Planning to go Caribbean next week. Does anybody tried to go there and need fishing license if u only plan to fish on the shore or dock? Any reponse would much appreciated. Ty

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Fishing Pics / Re: A collection of striper pics from NCKA.org
« on: August 05, 2018, 11:07:49 PM »
My first Striper and Saba on a yak

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General Talk / Re: First time at Ocean Cove
« on: July 29, 2018, 05:53:32 PM »
Camped at Ocean Cove with friends and family 7/27-29. Less wind and less swell than reported. We launched by 7am. Ding a Ling limit of lings and a cabe, i limit on rockcods, and litonglito caught good size rockcods. Had a good fight with some big fish(probably ling or cabe) u till lne snapped couple of times. Still good. Back by 1-2pm. Had a blast.


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For Sale / Re: Couple reels
« on: July 19, 2018, 05:20:40 PM »
Abu 5600AB - $15
Daiwa strikeforce - $10
Abu 5600 BCX - $20
Abu 6500-C3 - $15

all in used working condition, price is for pickup. Can ship but buyer pays,

Thanks

Aloha

Isao

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CONGRATULATIONS on ur newborn baby ISAO!

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General Fishing Tips / Re: Lowrance Hook 5 GPS not functioning...
« on: July 19, 2018, 09:12:44 AM »
Hmm... I tried to update it yesterday evening but it didn’t work. I downloaded the update file, put it on a memory card, put the cards in the slot, and turned the head unit on. It just turned on like usual and didn’t do any kind of updating... GPS still not working.

I’ll contact Lowrance today. Looks like I’ll be fishing w/o GPS again on saturday...

Did u Try a different memory card? This happend to me too.

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For Sale / Couple reels
« on: July 16, 2018, 05:07:52 PM »
ill take the remaining abu’’s if ur at sf area or near. If both fails then ill take all except the spinning reel

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