Charleston 60


A great day to fish offshore. First-timers out to the Charleston 60. What kind of fish is this? Thanks!![file ]error[/file]
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Jolthead Porgy

Eat em.

NN
Thank you, NN, cooking them up right now!!
Wait, you harvested a fish that you didn’t know what it was?


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Mike Martinez

"Team Hookers Dream”

2017 Robalo R302 twin 300 yams “Roballin”
Wait, you harvested a fish that you didn’t know what it was?


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Mike Martinez

"Team Hookers Dream”

2017 Robalo R302 twin 300 yams “Roballin”Originally posted by FLORIDA_BOY2


You ever been down that road, FB?? I'm sure if you didn't know, you released. Always!

He's learning.

No harm, no foul....

NN

Good eats for sure! Nice catching!


~ If they ain’t hating, you ain’t doing something right...
Wait, you harvested a fish that you didn’t know what it was?


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Mike Martinez

"Team Hookers Dream”

2017 Robalo R302 twin 300 yams “Roballin”Originally posted by FLORIDA_BOY2


How quickly you went from Florida Boy fame to looking down your nose at folks....


Southern Comfort
You always known everything you caught? Don't think so

Wait, you harvested a fish that you didn’t know what it was?


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Mike Martinez

"Team Hookers Dream”

2017 Robalo R302 twin 300 yams “Roballin”Originally posted by FLORIDA_BOY2
Not speaking for or about anyone just adding my piece. No one knows everything they catch but you should know everything keep. With the way regs are today you got to be careful. Porgy's are good eating though and I like them better then snapper because they are a little firmer meat then snappers, they are similar to sheephead in food quality.
Did you get any keeper black Sea bass? Thinking about making a trip out there soon but want it to be worth it. Thanks!
 

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