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Subject: Halibut line shy.. yay or nay???
Name: buzzcatcher
Date: May-20-08 10:13am

Just wondering if you guys think or know if halibut are line shy.. I read in some other forum that they are sensitive to line.... Any inputs???

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Subject: Re: Halibut line shy.. yay or nay???
Name: Lagodon
Date: May-20-08 11:09am

I almost got one from the shore using black fireline. They not shy if they are busting, me thinks.

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Subject: Depends a lot on water clarity
Name: ol dirty basser
Date: May-20-08 12:36pm

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Subject: Re: Halibut line shy.. yay or nay???
Name: kingjester13
Date: May-23-08 1:25am

Yes, they are... they are A sight feeder. plus a thicker line is tough for live bait to drag around. I know a guy that uses 2# test and has landed many a keeper. I like 6-12# test main line with a 8# test "Vanish" leader.
I'ev fished between two guys once that had the same bait(smelt) and they couldn't git bit, so they asked me what I was doing that they wern't ??? I showed them the small spool of Vanish florocarbon in my pocket, Its worth every penny in my book. Then again like any fish If hungry and your in the rite place at the rite time with the rite bait...FISH ON!!!


Tight Linez,
KJ138)

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