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Went out today with my pops and the man himself self jeff

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basshavior

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Solid day of fishing over all all three of us had some good catches. My dad who's never tuned a harbor popped his cherry. Caught 2 types of salty bass, sandy and spotty. I caught my very first ghost and was awesome to one up close. He hit the lure so hard the hook went through the eye socket I felt bad for the little guy he was only 15 inches. I released him he took off rather quick and seemed to be healthy enough, and I hope he survives, he probably is blind in that eye. Water temps in Newport were amazing, water was roughly 75 degrees, very little wind, tide was mellow. Bite was hot on the early slack tide. Awesome day overall[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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Sounds like it was a very good session for all! Thumbs Up
WSB are uniquely beautiful fish ... especially up close!

Thanx for the fish report w/ pic's!

SP Dan <"))><


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basshavior

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Yes WSB are very beautiful I almost thought it was a Corvina at first, but I realised we are to far north for those haha. Definitely an experience i won't forget!!!

jeffcpr

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Great to hit the water with you guys today and congrats on your WSB.


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basshavior

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Thanks man always a pleasure fishing with you!!! Hopefully I got my dad hooked on his first harbor sesh and salty bass catches.

Ornery Bob

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Great report, thanks! I've only seen the WSB in the summer months. I think they like the warmer water.

basshavior

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I'm not to sure but it was in open water no structure must have got him while he was cruising for a meal

TobyB

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awesome report. those liitle wsb can fight on light line.

basshavior

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Yea they sure do I was using 6lb mono on braid.

TobyB

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light line fishing is the best.

basshavior

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Yes until you start snapping off 7 dollar underspins

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