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Thread: Hobie halibut

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    Default Hobie halibut

    Post from last weekend fished Saturday/live bait/
    2 legals 28"&26" on the drift. fishing in Santa Barbara. Both fish were caught between 15 and 20 feet of water at a drop off
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    good stuff there for sure

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    Looks like you taco hunting paid off there,been thinking about a kayak,I no longer own a skiff after about 40+yrs of having one,man I miss being on the water sooo much!

    Cya Tuna Vic

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUNAVIC View Post
    Looks like you taco hunting paid off there,been thinking about a kayak,I no longer own a skiff after about 40+yrs of having one,man I miss being on the water sooo much!

    Cya Tuna Vic
    I love my hobie PA . Theres a lot you can do with them. Plus good exercise. I am thinking about trading it in and getting the islander model. Can go to Nine Mile Bank or Catalina with that sucker!!

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