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#11530777 - 04/08/16 11:49 PM Gar Question
Kayak-Hooligan Offline
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Registered: 10/12/11
Posts: 794
Loc: Plano TX
Was out on the lake today chasing whites but that didn't go to well, I was heading back into the marina when I came across a large school of long nose gars. are they spawning right now or what's the deal? they were everywhere surfacing I could see them come up for air and had there nose up pretty high these ️thing are pretty huge. So my question is how do I target these fish when they are surfacing like that? Or they just coming up for air?
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#11530885 - 04/09/16 07:32 AM Re: Gar Question [Re: Kayak-Hooligan]
Dawson Hefner Online   content
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Registered: 09/10/09
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Loc: Brownsboro, Tx
When they break surface they are air gulping. If they are thick you can get them on rope lures or live bait. With live bait they must be allowed to run for a long time to eat bait. Teeth on longnose will tangle in a piece of brushed nylon rope.
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#11531960 - 04/09/16 10:49 PM Re: Gar Question [Re: Dawson Hefner]
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Originally Posted By: Dawson Hefner
When they break surface they are air gulping. If they are thick you can get them on rope lures or live bait. With live bait they must be allowed to run for a long time to eat bait. Teeth on longnose will tangle in a piece of brushed nylon rope.
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