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    Posted: 13 Feb 2018 at 6:10pm
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Another video trip report with some tuna and snapper action from out west

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Another fun vid Coxie. (Liked).
It's good that you leave the 'clicker' on the reel as it enhances the soundtrack and gives a better feeling for the fight in the fish.
I hope you didn't lose your lure at 6:00. Those are decent Snaps. Your 'Spot X' is a doozy.
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Thanks mate. Funny you say that because the clicker on that reel is actually siezed on at the moment haha, it's in bad need of a service. But I do normally have the clickers on when trolling so you can hear if you get a strike. 
Just pulled the hooks on that fish, got the lure back safe n sound
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Originally posted by coxie coxie wrote:

Thanks mate. Funny you say that because the clicker on that reel is actually siezed on at the moment haha, it's in bad need of a service. But I do normally have the clickers on when trolling so you can hear if you get a strike. 
Just pulled the hooks on that fish, got the lure back safe n sound
Well get it serviced but no need to repair the clicker.
Glad you got your lure back. I hate it when I lose a softbait head & Z-man tail to a snag or a bust-off  (once Embarrassed ) as that's five bucks in 'round figures'. A lost lure is about $20 - so that'd hurt!
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Nice work Coxie. Enjoyed the vid keep em coming
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Some primo snaps there.........I always used skippy off the bricks but fresh skippy must be "snapper candy".
Once the idiots turn up..Im outta here...No time for Drama Queens.
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Yep it sure is, I think it stays on the hook better when fresh too
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Damn filthy bait fishing LOL
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