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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15352894 10/27/20
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What time is dinner?


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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15352911 10/27/20
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Throwing a bone to the guys who think that eating fish any way but cooked is savage. smile

Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15352919 10/27/20
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Insane pics! Way cool L!


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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15352936 10/27/20
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Incredible and unfair! 😀

Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15352960 10/27/20
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Congratulations -- great fish and thanks for taking the time to put up the pictures and story. Very nice.


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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15352979 10/27/20
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Great stuff KG as usual

Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353028 10/27/20
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just think if we hadn't seen petey trying to bury that hat.


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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353071 10/27/20
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Good read and nice fish.

Remember the gaff next time. grin

Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353091 10/27/20
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Wow, great story. Congrats. What do you do with the ribs and carcass or is it just waste?

Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353141 10/27/20
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Each time you raise the bar over your last thread. Reminds me of The Old Man and the Sea. Outstanding.

So I watch that Wicked Tuna program with those folks running out of Gloucester I think. I assume they're fishing commercially with, it seems, a very similar set up to yours. I can't imagine the investment to fish recreationally, when these WT guys might go 2 weeks without a hook-up burning fuel and bait in the meantime. And then when they do bring a fish to port it can go north of $20K, which pays for that high dollar gear. The recreational guy gets a pat on the back, a quick photo op, and good eats for a week. Not for the faint of heart.


How does that one stack up to the one in your Avatar?

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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353177 10/27/20
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As always wonderful pictures and a well-told story. (I can't believe that you would go to all the trouble to arrange those slices so neatly on a plate before cooking them. wink blush from the world's most landed lubber)


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I can tuna guitar.

You can tuna fish.

A screechin’ drag is beautiful music.


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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353200 10/27/20
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Very cool.

Thanks for taking us along on the trip.



But damn, man, throw that cap in the wash...



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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: CharlieFoxtrot] #15353246 10/27/20
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Originally Posted by CharlieFoxtrot
Each time you raise the bar over your last thread. Reminds me of The Old Man and the Sea. Outstanding.

So I watch that Wicked Tuna program with those folks running out of Gloucester I think. I assume they're fishing commercially with, it seems, a very similar set up to yours. I can't imagine the investment to fish recreationally, when these WT guys might go 2 weeks without a hook-up burning fuel and bait in the meantime. And then when they do bring a fish to port it can go north of $20K, which pays for that high dollar gear. The recreational guy gets a pat on the back, a quick photo op, and good eats for a week. Not for the faint of heart.


How does that one stack up to the one in your Avatar?

that show is not reality.


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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: stxhunter] #15353287 10/27/20
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Originally Posted by stxhunter
Originally Posted by CharlieFoxtrot
Each time you raise the bar over your last thread. Reminds me of The Old Man and the Sea. Outstanding.

So I watch that Wicked Tuna program with those folks running out of Gloucester I think. I assume they're fishing commercially with, it seems, a very similar set up to yours. I can't imagine the investment to fish recreationally, when these WT guys might go 2 weeks without a hook-up burning fuel and bait in the meantime. And then when they do bring a fish to port it can go north of $20K, which pays for that high dollar gear. The recreational guy gets a pat on the back, a quick photo op, and good eats for a week. Not for the faint of heart.


How does that one stack up to the one in your Avatar?

that show is not reality.



Figured as much.

Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353294 10/27/20
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Congratulations ! Nice fish and the dinners look to die for ! Makes me want to start fishing offshore again. Reality is my back wouldn’t hold up for a single day and a fish like that would wreck me.
That belly looks incredible ! Melt in your heaven !

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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353334 10/27/20
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Simply fantastic.Your photo journals are always exceptional. Thanks for taking the time to bring us along!


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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353534 10/27/20
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Excellent work and teamwork on that fish! Those tailers really come in handy at times. Looks like y’all enjoyed the spoils. I love how she has the spoon out for the rib/bone meat. Hope you took the collar, it’s great on the bbq.


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Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353588 10/27/20
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Great fishing story, Kamo. Congrats on a great catch!

Re: The Lucky Hat Strikes Again [Re: kamo_gari] #15353679 10/27/20
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