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bryanr

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You couldn't even dream of that many sails out there. We must have seen a thousand. Big 70-85# females were biting. They were suckling down 1/2" bait as you literally were plowing through schools. I think the marlin moved up the coast. There are some bonita and sierra around. Some better dorado. We caught a 20 and 32# yesterday.

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Really looking forward to our trip with you this next week! Thank you for your support of the Ladies' International Tournament.
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We won the Rescate with 25 releases. Some 20# dorado. A few small tuna out there.
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Lots of sierra out there. Caught some small dorado in the Bay. A few Toros around. Marlin seen at the Seamounts. Pago mid-bay. Rough and windy, but I think the fish will get pushed in and the currents moving. Sounds like some tuna may be moving our way.
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Can't say enough about the great time we had going out  on Monday with Bryan and Arturo on Margarita V. (And thankful Bryan suggested to choose Monday instead of waiting to see if water got better! ) They made sure the grandkids caught some fish, the Sierra, then did some trolling for the big guys---but the dorado were perfect size for an 8 and 12 year old to bring in and great for dinner last night. We got to experience all the new whistles and bells in sportsfishing, as well as seeing a pro at "work". Gracias. 
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