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Spent a great day on the water with my two closest friends. Todd and I go back 50 years and Glenn met us maybe 40 years ago in high school. We ran from Mashpee, MA on Cape out to The Hooter to troll for a mix of sea bass, Bonita and blues with lots of doubles. We took a bunch for dinner and threw most back. 
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awesome fish - would much rather jig them though, was that even an option?

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Looks like a great time Brian!

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Awesome. First I herd of someone trolling for seabass

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Looks like a great day. Congrats

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17 hours ago, JHbowhunter said:

awesome fish - would much rather jig them though, was that even an option?

Probably, but sea bass were not our target species. We were after the Bonita and Spanish mackerel.  So that’s a trolling game.  But the sea bass were everywhere.  I bet we landed 20 or more and all while trolling. 

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