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Ran jugs Friday, put them out Friday night, picked them up Saturday morning, 10 jugs, 1 MIA, 10 keeper blues

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The wife and I strolled the decks, looking at neighbors boats and found a trotline hung up on the dock and look what was still attached

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it went 28 lbs, swam away just fine when I released it

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Good thing too! Pancho says only guides can keep flatheads.
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good to know, would not want a ticket from Pancho, I would have felt funny keeping it, and it was so healthy, I was happy to release it.  Never tasted flat head, but I had a 27 lb blue a couple of years ago that was delicious, caught him slow rolling a sassy in December
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Flatheads are the best, of course I was the only one to keep them. Ha!
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Retail_Geek, what marina do you go out of?
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Hi Pancho I'm out of Cedar Mills
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Flathead belly meat is hard to beat.  Joe Slab educated me on that.  Nice thick fillets!!  Good job on catching!!!
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