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#1345983 - 05/28/09 05:13 PM Sebastien Inlet, Florida
Tubakka
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These are some snook [and one red 37"...got a 50" but I can't find the pic. I think biglures has it somewhere] I got the last 2 trips to sebastien inlet while I was in Florida. Incredible fishery. Nothing like incoming tide, 1 am on the catwalk, you and 3 laotians running back and forth over and around each other trying to keep your fish off the fender. Dem snook eez smawt. I hope to go down this summer when the big females are in. My buddy Rodney had 2 he couldn't turn the other night, and has taken fish down there to 50", on artificials. these were caught on big bucktails thrown into the current and presented just ticking the bottom. Takes a little practice but once you get it, and the fish are there, it's so much fun.











....apparently Rodney says the same approach works for the stripers up here below the dams...to the tune of 20 fish days between 20-40 pounds, and his biggest is 55 pounds. I think that was at Loudon though, but he's done well at Cordell and Melton. I hope to find out first hand real soon...

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#1345986 - 05/28/09 05:15 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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The snook btw, ran between 38-42". WAY too big for the slot. There were a few guys down there that were MASTERS at nailing that slot. I got one one time that was 27 1/2" no matter how hard I pinched the tail...28-32"...


And just to make it clear, Spoonplugging helped me catch these fish. But I didn't use spoonplugs. It was the knowledge and the application of the right tackle.


Edited by Tubakka (05/28/09 05:23 PM)

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#1345999 - 05/28/09 05:37 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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I'm sorry, I know this is a Tn fishing forum, but I thought some people might enjoy seeing this. Seriously if you're ever down in Florida, check out sebastien inlet. I'll be happy to give you any info, but I can tell you...you better go after dark.

Edited by Tubakka (05/28/09 05:38 PM)

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#1346009 - 05/28/09 05:51 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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Cool fish
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#1346031 - 05/28/09 06:19 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: trealtree]
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sounds like some big fun!
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#1346077 - 05/28/09 07:22 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: ]
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My parnets live in Sebastian.Too many people fish the inlet already.Quit trying to LURE more down there.
I like the inlet but hate the crowds that show up sometimes.
I've become a RiverRat the last few years running the river and fishing around the islands.
I usally plan my trip in Jan or Dec then in the Spring.
Thanks for posting .
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#1346162 - 05/28/09 08:29 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: WestTn Huntin'man]
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#1346369 - 05/28/09 09:58 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: ]
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Can't tell you how many snook I've caught in and around that inlet. Spent a lot of my youth between that inlet and Fort Pierce inlet. One of the best fish you will ever eat. Sure do miss saltwater fishin sometimes.
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#1346488 - 05/29/09 01:47 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: ]
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Corey,
Those are some really solid snook. They are a lot of fun to catch on bucktails as you described have done it many times myself. I am sure glad that the state of florida has a slot limit on both the reds and the snook so that lots of people can enjoy catching them many times.

I used to run around with some people who were good friends with one of the biologists in the snook program down there. They have a very intensive research project to manage the population. They consistently harvest around 100% of the allowable fish in the fishery each year (from what I recall), meaning just enough legal fish make it through the harvest period alive to reach good spawning size like the fish you were catching. People still get to enjoy cathing snook throughout the year especially during the spawn when they are easier to target and can be caught in huge numbers.

Lots of people get to eat snook and the population remains healthy. The snook population had a lot of issues in the past when people could kill all the large fish.

Did you get offshore at all?

I find the carbon disk drag comments funny for freshwater fish in your other thread. I don't think any freashwater fish need a great drag system....

These fish need carbon disk drags......
Scrubs

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#1346501 - 05/29/09 05:12 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: stillinscrubs]
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cool pic's ,i lived in melborne for 2 years back in the 70's,fished the inlet every chance i could,spent many a weekend fishing off the jetty & getting eat up by the seemenots \:\) ,went back fishing in the early 80's & could'nt beleive how much it had changed,i go to the west coast of fla as the fishing is normaly better,need to make it back down there & walk that bridge in the dark & see if its still as scary \:\) ,mike243
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#1346885 - 05/29/09 10:36 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: mike243]
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Scrubs,
Good to have you back man. I mean it...yeah, it was a new experience for me. It took me a couple trips, and then it finally clicked. I had to fork out for a new rod, which for me at the time was a big deal...but I managed to get it off of Rodney at a much reduced price. A big 'ol Fenwick inshore 8'6"...and a matching Abu Garcia 706. The selling point was the fact that I could use it for rockfish below the dams up here when they run. I look forward to that. Rodney compares them to reds...strong but kinda stupid. It was great because any time you hooked a snook off the catwalk you KNEW it was a snook because it would run straight for the fender ...reminds me of Jaws..."...this is a smart fish chief...a very smart fish...".

I was too preoccupied with other things to really do much fishing until about a month before I left. I look forward to going back though, and would like to go fish Pierce as well. Apparently...there are some nice snook to be had below the bridges in the keys too...but first off, I want to get some big rockfish up here.

Scrubs, I was talking about the carbon matrix drag in relation to catching a rockfish, which is technically an anadromous saltwater fish, stocked as a landlocked sport fishery. So I'll give you half a point.

I'd argue that there is another freshwater fish that requires a carbon matrix drag....large paddlefish. It's a shame they're so easily depleted. Unlike alot of folks, I think snagging for specific species IS sporting, when regulated. And a great way to create a fishery out of undesirables too. I use to snag TONS of bigheads in Illinois on my lunch break in college and knife them just to watch them swim off to their death. Fight like hell though...and the whole hooking them in the back or tail makes it all the more epic. The few paddlefish I've been able to snag which weren't monumental, maybe up to 30 pounds, were terrific fighters. I'd dare say a full grown 80-100 pounder hooked in the tail would be a terrific fight. They clear the water too, which is spectacular.

Mike,
yeah I'm not going to lie, I've been out there a couple weeknight evenings, when I'm the only guy on the north jetty. I wasn't as creeped out by it until Rodney told me about the rogue wave that hit it one time in the middle of the night a few years back and washed some people off and sent alot of people to the hospital. NO fatalities, but not for lack of trying. I did get to see an unscheduled shuttle launch off the pier at night back in April. That was tight.

No, Scrubs, I didn't get to go out deep sea. I'd love to do it for hte fight, but to be honest...when someone has to drive the boat, take me to the spot, and all that, I kinda lose a piece of myself. Also, I think the FIGHT in offshore is fantastic and I'd love to hook up with a big billfish, but alot of the species it just kinda seems like...you go to the wreck, and if they're there, you get them, you know? Tons of fun I bet, but not a whole lot of brains past just knowing where to go. I may be TOTALLY wrong, but that's the impression I get. I think billfish might be a bit different but for most, basically presentation seems to be drop it down there and wait. I can't wait for the tarpon to run in the winter. I'm definitely going back down for that. I think Rodney said his biggest at Sebastien was 155 pounds, but he says he's jumped ones way bigger that he could do little with and just cut the line so he didn't lose 50 dollars in microfuse to a fish he had no chance with.

Beautiful yellowfin btw. Good eatin'...

This post has already run pretty long, as always, but you were talking about the regs. Rodney has fished the inlet since the 50's and frankly probably knows it better than anyone, or just as well. he's modest, but I've seen the writeups about him in the Miami Herald and Orlando Sentinel as well as Inshore Angler and a couple other saltwater mags...his take on alot of what has happened to these regs, I respect, and makes sense. Alot of these fish, he says, have no been depleted by the anglers, so much, but by the predators that are protected from angling, namely the jewfish. I talked to a gentleman who snorkels the inlet on dead tide in the summer, and says there are at least 20 jewfish under the north jetty all over a 100 pounds and some nearing 3-400. They eat snook and reds, and in fact, rather often fish retrieved to the jetty awaiting a drop net will get slurped up, or if released carelessly from the jetty and in momentary shock, will get eaten in that state before they can react. I'm not saying we clean out the jewfish, but I think it is a bit foolish for a fish to be completely protected against harvest when it has virtually no other natural predators besides humans, and remains indefinitely and completely protected by regulations put into affect decades ago due to SPEAR fishing harvest, not rod and reel. It makes sense to me that a concentrated population of giant jewfish at a crucial intercept point like an inlet where snook and reds enter and leave the river and the ocean, could greatly affect the population if left unchecked. Lets face it, they're way better at what they do than we are, and it takes alot of meat to feed a 300 pound grouper. And last time I checked the slot limit doesn't apply to them. I may be wrong, but it made alot of sense to me.


Edited by Tubakka (05/29/09 10:38 AM)

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#1347074 - 05/29/09 01:10 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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Yeah I think you miss the point. Carbon fiber drags are great for fish that can pull off a ton of drag quickly and not just tire themselves out by runnning around, it is not the size of the fish but its power. Even inshore snook don't have the power needed for high end drags.....they are nice when turning them away from structure but not needed. Ask the Cubans who catch them with coffee cans and some string. The carbon fiber drags don't have the same thermal breakdown issues as other drags and can be replaced easily and cheaply when they do eventually breakdown as when used for larger pelagics. No freshwater fish have that, maybe 10 foot sturgeon on the Columbia.....but I haven't fished for them. I know what you were referring to Corey, stripes don't fight worth a turd in freshwater. Better in salt, but not by much....bluefish of the same size are much better. Try a party boat in New Jersey for that....in the fall good stuff.

As for offshore fishing being easy. If you hire a guide and they hook the fish and you hold it up for a picture, or they bait the hook and you hold it up for a picture. Could be said that isn't really fishing but reeling. Same for in freshwater.....catfish come to mind.

Go out on a party boat out of south florida or better the Keys in winter and see if skill is not involved. After you get owned a few times you'll change your tune. Try the Yankee Captains out of Key West, I highly encourage you to try this...it will be humbling for you. Look at the website to see what I mean or search on floridasportsman for threads about the trips. Get on the boat and spout off you line of BS before you even start fishing. At least you'll get a few laughs. Heck just show up with your snook rod and reel.....that should catch anything.....

Here is the link, don't want to make you work too hard. http://www.yankeecapts.com/ Go to the links section and click on reports on the right......

Ignorance is bliss......


The jewfish were almost wiped out by meat hogs and guys like you who like to hold up big fish (I think I remember a muskie you killed for no good reason) and still are afforded major protection. That should change with time, but they will need good management since they are vulnerable to overharvest.

You are the Mark the shark of Tennessee. Go to floridasportsman.com and find out who he is....


Edited by stillinscrubs (05/29/09 01:30 PM)

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#1347578 - 05/29/09 08:55 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: stillinscrubs]
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Wow, guess I was wrong. Same ol' condescending scrubs.

The trips I was talking about where the ones you were referring to, where the take you out hook the fish, hold it up etc...didn't know there was any other KIND of offshore.

About the power of a large rockfish, not the kind I hooked...why don't you talk to Fred McClintock sometime? Ask him about a few of his "one-that-got-away" stories. Because we all know you routinely pull giant fish out of Tennessee.

I harvested a musky and ate it. One. It tasted good. Not going to lie. I've only kept two ever. Out of 50-60 caught. That day we floated a small section of river and saw over 20 fish between 30"-46" or so. In a creek no more than 8 feet deep. Sound like a balance of fish to you? There is WAY too much poaching going on there, and I hear that the fish are being shot in the summertime, which needs to be taken care of, but seriously...that fishery has endured and thrived in WAY more than what little ol' me did on one occasion. I ain't da devil, and I did use the fish. it didn't go to waste. That's not bad, and the only time I'll do it again is if I get one over 52". Or I go back to a lake in Illinois where they're stocking farm ponds with more fish than the entire state of Tennessee then I might harvest a few.

...they were almost wiped out due to no regulation, and not by rod and reel anglers, by guys with spear guns. I never said wipe them. You're a very black-and-white kinda guy. Just because a few fish are taken doesn't mean its' evil. In this case it would be beneficial.


Speaking of which I released a 27" brown today on the Caney...and I have the video to prove it. Beautiful male. But nowhere near what I want.

I release most of my browns now, but if they fall in that 22-23" slot...they're going on the grill. Sorry. Perfect size. Any bigger, too much, any smaller, not enough.


Edited by Tubakka (05/29/09 08:58 PM)

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#1347602 - 05/29/09 09:09 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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#1347747 - 05/29/09 11:00 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: RUGER]
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http://blogs.discovery.com/.a/6a00d8341bf67c53ef011168a9aacc970c-500wi

Rod and reel in one day. One from 1957 anf the second from 1958. Same family. You think they used all that meat?
This is just the first low hanging fruit to pop up on the google search.

They were caught on rod and reel.

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#1347902 - 05/30/09 08:42 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: stillinscrubs]
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I was told spear fishing is what did most of it. But as we all know that was a different time. It was foolish and lacked foresight, but it shifted the pendulum the entirely opposite way, to where now we have people like you who think that taking fish especially from fisheries where they're stocked 40,000+ a year, is some kind of destructive and outright cro magnon practice, which is absurd, and now...well, hell Scrubs, look at those fish. How much do you think each one of them could eat in a day? And they don't discriminate. If snook and reds are there, they're going to eat snook and reds. I'm not saying that we should wipe them out at all, but a fish that large completely protected from any kind of harvest management, could get out of hand, and apparently at some of the inlets, it has.


 Originally Posted By: stillinscrubs
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The jewfish were almost wiped out by meat hogs and guys like you who like to hold up big fish...


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...guys like...WHO?

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#1347943 - 05/30/09 09:44 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: ]
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thats some great snook. thanks for sharing. i just got back from louisiana where 3 of us caught our 75 trout in 1 hour, then we went after redfish and found them also
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#1348042 - 05/30/09 11:05 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: LA man]
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I've wanted to go down and fish them there. Sounds like fu. Althugh I hear the biggest reds on in the Carolinas.
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#1348068 - 05/30/09 11:55 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: stillinscrubs]
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 Originally Posted By: stillinscrubs



http://blogs.discovery.com/.a/6a00d8341bf67c53ef011168a9aacc970c-500wi

Rod and reel in one day. One from 1957 anf the second from 1958. Same family. You think they used all that meat?
This is just the first low hanging fruit to pop up on the google search.

They were caught on rod and reel.
That's a lot of meat as well as a lot of money right there. I used to sell jewfish back in the days. Plenty of them out there. In some waters, they are as bad as sharks and cudas.

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#1348163 - 05/30/09 03:58 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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 Originally Posted By: Tubakka
...guys like...WHO?



Oh, snappity snap snap SNAP!



God, this place is like an old biker lady's boobs. I know I'm never going to see anything good, but I still just can't look away.

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#1348314 - 05/30/09 08:22 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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 Originally Posted By: Tubakka
now we have people like you who think that taking fish especially from fisheries where they're stocked 40,000+ a year, is some kind of destructive and outright cro magnon practice.


I have never suggested anything but wise management. Such as slot limits. I have never used the term cro magnon to describe "meat fisherman". I do think a sport fish such as trout, in a much more heavily pressured fishery, are better utilized if caught more than once. They cost money to stock, why not get more than one catch out of most of them? The rockfish/stripers are also stocked, are an alien species, and are afforded more protection by the state. Why is this?

I included a picture of a fish I caught and killed....so I would imagine this excludes me from the catch and release only crowd. And if you make it out to Louisiana or where I caught my tuna keep up to the legal limit. The tuna in the USA have a 3 per person day/trip limit. And there are a lot more of them than trout in the Caney.

I still think releasing most of the sport fish caught in the Caney is a better use of the resource. I have never asked for or suggested catch and release only. But, I have also never harvested over the limit. And the 40,000+ fish aren't stocked at 18 inches. Much closer to 4 or 5 inches. How many make it to 18 inches?


Back to the Jewfish. I am not against their harvest. I have been tormented by them eating grouper, snapper, and other species of fish I have hooked. Wise resource management would be a good idea I think. Both spear fisherman and rod and reel fisherman contributed to their decline. While some were sold for consumption. Even guys like I believe Roland Martin will admit they caught them and threw them away in the past. I may have my fisher personality confused, but wanton waste did not help the population.

BD, I would have guessed you would be making ambulance chasing analogies, not old biker chick comments. Anything to keep your mind off work?

Scrubs

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#1348496 - 05/31/09 12:25 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: stillinscrubs]
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Scrubs,
My only issue with any management input on the Caney thus far, as I think a 20-24" slot to keep, protected 24-30" and one above that limit would be great on Caney...

...is that all the time...everywhere....us "meat hunters" get slammed for harvesting a fish every now and then, and get labeled therefore as mindless butchers of "rare" fish...by people that aren't even aware of how to consistently catch them. Most of them anyway...

...even worse, we're labeled as the anglers with the extended foreheads who pick fleas off each other's backs as we float down the river, but hey...I didn't see any drift boats out fishing under the 22K cfs conditions, or even under the two. You may not like us, you may not care to do it yourself, but you gotta give us credit...we put in time, and we try our best to learn, and occasionally we bear pretty good fruit...at least for the little over a year and a half we've actually hit the river pretty hard [actually, that's about 7 months for me personally...I was gone to the continental fallis for a few months]. Instead of being valued as a regular reported of river conditions under a variety of conditions, and offering up some pretty valid and valuable creel information, we just get slammed. We're not the best, but hey we're out there. Kinda gets old...but whatever.

...anyways, the claims don't add up. I hear that harvest has increased as well as pressure towards larger fish, but after being gone a year and not really gaining any ground on the fishery in knowledge, I come back catching more and bigger fish than ever. Hmmmm...so apparently, harvest doesn't destroy a fishery stocked with 40,000 browns a year. And frankly, I think a good portion of those fish reach the adult size. Just because you ain't seein' them, doesn't mean they aren't there. Big trout don't live in the runs, Scrubs. They live in the holes. Just because you pop a few nice bass or muskies up on the weedbed, that doesn't mean you're aware of the school of them waiting off the first or secondary breakline [yes you heard right, muskies live in schools]

Comparing an open ocean pelagic species with literally billions of square miles and thousands of feet in depth to roam and chase baitfish and hide from lines and hooks in numbers, compared to a river with a maximum depth of maybe...MAAAAAAYBE 20 feet...only 26 miles long, and stocked with over 120,000 trout a year...I'd say taking the volume of water in question between the two, that the trout are much more highly condensed in population than the tuna. Ergo, more easily targeted I suppose, but only so many people can fish a river. It's like saying there's more mosquitoes in a swamp in Florida than there are penguins in the arctic exhibit at Sea World, and that somehow being profound in nature.

...let's be frank, Scrubs. Most of the guys who act like a 20" brown is some "diamon d in the rough" and miracle story of survival, when the limit protects them to 18"...really doesn't know much about trout fishing. At all. 20" browns are morons...with about as much reserve as a horomonal teenager chasing after a jerkbait like the first girl in class to bump up to a B cup. Ya gotta put a little pivot in those hips, but they come runnin'. A little bigger and they get more settled....

...then there's the ones like shore hooked into today....

...that thing could've mugged a full grown rockfish.


...so I couldn't help but read the synopsis for the TU Brooktrout plate at Happy Hollow...which I sincerely mean when I say looks superb and would like to purchase one myself..of course I'd like to paint a little circle hook through his nose and X's over his eyes his eyes [KIDDING...kidding...], but the proceeds are still good...it is a great thing, and a very attractive piece of artwork. But in the prose so eloquently written [again, not actually being a sarcastic jerk], it states in one sentence how the appalachian brook trout is a symbol of American determination, dedication, and perseverance...or some general idea of that phrase. Then in the next sentence, how...apparently a testament to the aforementioned ideals represented...it has been reduced to a mere 9% of its former natural habitat. Even though that is tragic and utterly ridiculous, and I think the little guys are cool for holdin' out so long and need to be protected...isn't that kinda like putting a thylacine on the Australian flag, or a passenger pigeon on our own? Food for thought...


I'd like to add in parenthetical that this entire post was made at 1 am after enjoying a bit of leftover Wild Turkey Honey Bourbon...

...hey it helps with the cough...


Edited by Tubakka (05/31/09 12:59 AM)

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#1348608 - 05/31/09 09:00 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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Corey,
It comes to mind that you seem to stick to the jerkbait fishing
technique as strongly as you claim flyfisherman stick to flyfishing.
While all the while flyfisherman on here state they fly fish becuase they enjoy flyfishing.
Yet you claim you use jerk baits because it is the way to catch the biggest fish,
but you don't catch the biggest fish.....am I missing something?

Or are you?

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#1348707 - 05/31/09 11:17 AM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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#1348821 - 05/31/09 02:05 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: buckhorn40]
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hey scrubs,
Who does Scrubs? YOU? HAHAHAHAHA, yeah okay...sure thing, buckaroo.

...give it time, friend. I've only fished that river 8 months, total, and just got back with the tools that allow me to fish it to the level I need to efficiently. While I love going after other fish, I'm pretty set on figuring out the secrets to that fishery. Sure there are guys out there that catch a few bigger fish than me, but I have a pretty dang good size average...

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#1348823 - 05/31/09 02:10 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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Gettin' kinda tense aren't cha? It must be so sad that you get so riled up over the rantings of a little redneck kid...

...I love every minute of it. Keep steppin' in it man.

Btw, man...if you're going to be a freak show and try to discern my name from people you know who have fished with me, and then refer to me by my name on a messageboard as some form of pathetic Hannibal Lector "Hello Clarisse" bs...at least spell it right...

...C....O...R...Y....

...I think I hit a nerve with the brook trout comment.

And I do think in fact those are the guys catching the larger fish. Guess I know what I must do....


Edited by Tubakka (05/31/09 02:21 PM)

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#1348850 - 05/31/09 03:31 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: Tubakka]
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You aren't a redneck, you're a Yankee.
Worse you are a Yankee from Illinois.

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#1348866 - 05/31/09 04:29 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: stillinscrubs]
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The discussion above clearly illustrates that this forum would be better if you guys had the balls to post your full names.

Oh, and maybe specifics about your medical error rates and malpractice coverage.

 Originally Posted By: stillinscrubs

BD, I would have guessed you would be making ambulance chasing analogies, not old biker chick comments. Anything to keep your mind off work?


Closer to what you had in mind?



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#1349022 - 05/31/09 07:43 PM Re: Sebastien Inlet, Florida [Re: B.D.]
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By the way, if we're going to get this thread to 4 pages, could we possibly NOT repost the picture of the jewfish, so that this discussion isn't about 3 monitor screens wide?

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Edited by Brian Dunigan (05/31/09 07:43 PM)

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