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#1 Dec-14-11 10:32AM

redskinsfan360
Patagonian Toothfish
From: VA
Registered: Mar-10-08
Posts: 1389

HRBT 12-14

Got off work at 10 then made my way to the HRBT.  I took my friend out who is still down here in Newport News that fishes when he is back home usually, but I had extra yaks at my house and I have extra gear so I took him with me.  We started off slow, but then the tide really started moving.  Caught a bunch of fish!  We each caught 10+ stripers and a few blues.  We were home by 3 am to.  All the fish were caught from 12 30 to 1 30.  The biggest was 27 inches, nothing was under 20 and we caught some really fat ones!

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Just finished filleting them out back..

Last edited by redskinsfan360 (Dec-14-11 1:01PM)

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#2 Dec-14-11 10:44AM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 12567

Re: HRBT 12-14

Persistence pays off....good work Charlie!!!


Time to go fishin' again!

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#3 Dec-14-11 12:10PM

Bryan
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Bealeton, VA
Registered: Mar-18-11
Posts: 879

Re: HRBT 12-14

Whoa, that one on the bottom right is especially fat. Nice catchin.


tight lines

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#4 Dec-14-11 1:02PM

redskinsfan360
Patagonian Toothfish
From: VA
Registered: Mar-10-08
Posts: 1389

Re: HRBT 12-14

Oh and I forgot to mention the best part, some other yakers gave us there fish!  Decided they didnt want to deal with them...

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#5 Dec-16-11 9:47AM

ComeOnFish
Northern Snakehead
Registered: Sep-30-10
Posts: 199

Re: HRBT 12-14

Good job!

I guess you still have few day catch a big one before you come home.

Joe

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