Thursday, October 28, 2010

A Fishing Report of A Memorable Day

Fishing Report
That was a bright and shiny day and this fishing report is about the days adventure. And this made me and all my fishing buddies up for a fishing outing. We were all set and motivated to see what brutes we could pull from the depths. We went out on a local shipwreck and we carried along some soft plastic jigging. The day was going to be truly fruitful and we understood it when our decky hooked up a really solid fish. We thought that would be a snapper. And it took us almost 15 minutes of struggle and finally get the fish, and guess what? It was not a snapper but was a huge 10kg golden trevally.

That made us very happy and we hunted for few more Goldies and within next 40 minutes we bagged 4 more solid fishes. We then headed out wider to one of the local island to try for some spanish mackeral. With two lures in tow, we worked the current lines that peeled off the island. On our second pass both rod simultaneosly loaded up and it was on again. We had gone through many fishing reports telling similar stories about the area.

After the first blistering run and the sheer fact that we had a double hookup – we were sure that 2 big macks had grabbed our lines. However after some times of hard deep dives and unstoppable runs we changed our tune. And we knew these were Big GTs. This one was terribly big and we tumbled for about 30 minutes to catch that. It weighed in at a hefty 32kg. After few times more, the second one hit the surface and went 29 kgs. Some truly awesome sport fishing and probably 2 of the biggest fish that all of us would ever likely to catch. Later on in the day we tried our luck for a few snapper but only managed one smallish fish of about 2.5kg. Another awesome day to remember.

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