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Tuna trip 1-17-'15 #10552804 01/19/15 07:06 PM
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Went with Deep Sea Headquarters 1-17-15. My experience.....Awesome!! Calm beautiful seas, nice 60 degree temps fishing. Little rough on way home, but not bad. Boat total, 151 blackfin tuna, 6 amberjack, few bonita, small sharks, trash fish. New captain Andy, crew absolutely 100% fabulous. The best.... No B.S. ! If you haven't ever done this... you gotta' try it. Tuna were hot on mid sized 6-8 oz. flashy jigs. It was great!


Dryberry was the last lake God created, and it took the entire seventh day.

Dryberry Lake, Sioux Narrows, Ontario, Canada (a.k.a. Heaven)
Re: Tuna trip 1-17-'15 [Re: Dryberry] #10556806 01/21/15 12:08 PM
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Re: Tuna trip 1-17-'15 [Re: Dryberry] #10559470 01/22/15 03:30 AM
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curious, what depth did you catch the fish at?
And i assume the capt/deck hands tell you what depths the fish are showing up on sonar?



Re: Tuna trip 1-17-'15 [Re: Dryberry] #10561415 01/22/15 09:51 PM
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VERY NICE!


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Re: Tuna trip 1-17-'15 [Re: Dryberry] #10561927 01/23/15 01:06 AM
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Those blackfin will put the hurt on you after you land a couple


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Re: Tuna trip 1-17-'15 [Re: Dryberry] #10583887 01/31/15 09:45 PM
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Looks like a blast

Re: Tuna trip 1-17-'15 [Re: Dryberry] #10585293 02/01/15 02:59 PM
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How many people were on that trip?

Re: Tuna trip 1-17-'15 [Re: 2FlyFish4] #10645994 02/25/15 04:29 AM
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The depth of tuna shows up on sonar, captain tells anglers how deep to drop their jigs. Black fin tuna stay in 100 to 300 feet deep. Black fin tunas caught on top water are usually bigger than those caught deep.


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