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Re: Another huge 7-gill shark reported from OB Pie

Posted by Red Fish (Posts: 5857)
on May-27-08 8:56pm
(In reply to: Re: Another huge 7-gill shark reported from OB Pie posted by Red Fish on May-27-08 8:27pm)

Might as well throw out some more history on this shark trip...

BTW-90# coated wire is really the minimum if you want to consider yourself seriously fishing for sharks with teeth... 60# coated wire I have had shredded by almost five-footer, but got in. You could see where there was just a few thread holding 'em. Shallower depths, they don't have as much time or opportunity to roll-up and bite through the line as when they are in 30, 50..deeper feet of water. And, shallow water you can get away with a shorter trace, maybe even as short as a three-foot sturgeon leader whereas, deeper, 10, 13' or more is where it's at for the roll-up factor.

This guide is no joke: Catching SevenGill

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Another huge 7-gill shark reported from OB Pieró   Ken Jones - May-27-08 7:51pm
7-gills at San Clemente Pier   Ken Jones - May-27-08 8:11pm
Re: Another huge 7-gill shark reported from OB Pie   Red Fish - May-27-08 8:27pm
Re: Another huge 7-gill shark reported from OB Pie   Red Fish - May-27-08 8:56pm
Re: Another huge 7-gill shark reported from OB Pie   FakeFisherman - May-27-08 9:25pm


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