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Topic: A collection of speared fish....  (Read 8734 times)

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Fish Master1

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Didnt see one of these catergories yet! :smt006...... Here are some footballs I shot..Andy


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Nice stringer Andy. I haven't ever fished or speared down in your area. I need to get down there.

Your good enough now to start shooting them in the head. Quit shooting holes in the fillets!!
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 :smt005... I told myself the same thing when I was filleting them! Head shots for now on! :salut:


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Head Shots! :smt002


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Nice catch hope to start doing that next year.
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Confirmed kill.


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Now if I could just figure out why there are always fish when I dont have the gun and all over the place when I leave it in hanging from the tube. :smt044 :smt044
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Now if I could just figure out why there are always fish when I dont have the gun and all over the place when I leave it in hanging from the tube. :smt044 :smt044

thats easy, they are watching.  And some say fish are dumb  :smt003
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New Zealand yellowtail ;

I shot it in 1983 off the Three Kings Islands far out to sea off the top of the country.
It was the biggest yellowtail I have ever seen....and became just part of the catch on the grouper boat I was working on.
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New Zealand yellowtail ;

I shot it in 1983 off the Three Kings Islands far out to sea off the top of the country.
It was the biggest yellowtail I have ever seen....and became just part of the catch on the grouper boat I was working on.
Steve


nice fish, any idea what it weighed? Did you have a reel/floatline or did you shortline it?
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Back then we didn't have the float lines.
 We just horsed em in and took our chances.
 I had a Prodanovich gun which was very hard to get and valueable so that fact alone ment I would never let go.
I found that no fish could pull me for long and not wear himself out.[ no, never went for bluefin tuna!]
If it ever came to it...I would jettison my weight belt and really fight em floating but it never did. A full 7mm wetsuit on me w/out weights is really hard to submerge for long.
That thing really was big and must've weight 65+ lbs.
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Back then we didn't have the float lines.
 We just horsed em in and took our chances.
 I had a Prodanovich gun which was very hard to get and valueable so that fact alone ment I would never let go.
I found that no fish could pull me for long and not wear himself out.[ no, never went for bluefin tuna!]
If it ever came to it...I would jettison my weight belt and really fight em floating but it never did. A full 7mm wetsuit on me w/out weights is really hard to submerge for long.
That thing really was big and must've weight 65+ lbs.
Steve
Well nice fish, I'd love a shot at a forked tail of that magnitude. Still have that Prodanovich? I've got one that I don't use, just a wall hanger.
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