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Thread: Ready too rumble !!!!

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2014

    Default Ready too rumble !!!!

    These Cam Sigler Poppers are heading to Mag Bay to hopefully get eaten by a few marlin. They have a double 6/0-6/0 hook connected with 62lb Malin single strand wire and a leader with 80lb mono.
    These are for a customer, I'll be tying up a few for my trip in 9 days to La Ventana.
    Just heard there were wahoo eating purple trolled rapala's off Cerralvo Island. One boat landed 4 decent fish and lost 2. Maybe, just maybe they might hit a purple/white cam sigler popper. Tease them up with a live skip jack then have the fly ready to cast. Also a few yellow fin in the area along with some big roosters and dorado.
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Neither new or improved, but now in Redmond OR


    Good luck Jay. I think wahoo on fly is one of the hardest fish to hook-up, hardest of most tuna/mackerel for sure. They're so fast and rarely hang around in one spot long enough to get a fly in front of them. Post a pick and tell the tale if you get one or more.

    I've been tying dark green crabs for a Cuba trip next week.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	19031 The stone crabs close to the mangroves are dark with lighter legs, compared to the crabs out on the sand flats. I'm bringing both. Gotta play the game at least.
    Last edited by DLJeff; 05-21-2023 at 05:22 PM.


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