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 Post subject: Back on the boat
PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 11:52 am 
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Hi guys,

Got back on the boat after almost 6 weeks in INdia.

Did a couple of hours yesterday morning.The sea was full of sardines and the pelagics were bloated and hence a little reluctant to take artificals.

I was casting a sinking plug about 3" and Rahul tried a small popper he picked up.



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cheers,

Jeen


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 11:57 am 
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That's a WOW catch, Jeen.

You guys are definitely make the most out of your angling times.

Cheers mate some real good fish there.

Adieus - DeZZ


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HI Jeen,
long time since caught up with you guys... had a 4-5kg spanish mack on a home made
spoon. Was told not to take it home because of the ciguatera.Do you guys have the same problem in the gulf?

Axx


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 2:14 pm 
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Asif, I think the Aussies over react with ciguatera, at the rate they are going you are not going to be able to eat any pelagics or reef fish soon :lol:

Jeen, awsone stuff again...


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 3:25 pm 
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Congrats for the nice catch.

Cheers,
Apoo


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Bobby wrote:
Asif, I think the Aussies over react with ciguatera, at the rate they are going you are not going to be able to eat any pelagics or reef fish soon :lol:

Jeen, awsone stuff again...


Bobby, did I tell you about my first Spanish mack? about 3kg, made great fillets a la home style surmai.
Jeen & Rahul-Keep on doing it guys


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 6:15 pm 
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Congrats Jeen nice fish you got there and its equally nice to see you back on your favourite hunting ground :-)


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Gread Going Jeen/ Rahul,

fantastic fishes and Great photos.

Keep it up.
:P

Regards,

Ali. :P


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Thanks guys,

Doc, THe toxin I understand is mainly from the fish in question feeding on other reef fish containing the poison. We, here in the gulf have very little reef and hence no exposure. The persian gulf is generally mostly sandy bottom or sea grass with very few structures. Thats another reason why we have nearly no fish in the summer as the water temerature gets rater high and not conducive for reef nor fish. The average depth is about 15 meters!!


Jeen


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Good Jeen, no fears then. Me? I read and re read the text book 4-5 times in the 3-4 days after I finished my Spanish fillets -no weakness, am doing fine.have an off tomorrow lets see if I can do something at high tide.The pier was being renovated-the usual 100 yearly stuff 8)


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Great Stuff Jeen, like always.

regards,
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Will somebody please stop these guys!

Oh Well! Great show. Fantastic pictures. Wonderful fish. And I am a deeper shade of green.


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Superb


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Jeen, for Kens benefit
GREAT PICS, GREAT CATCH
CONGRATS

:;):


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jeen wrote:
Thanks guys,

Doc, THe toxin I understand is mainly from the fish in question feeding on other reef fish containing the poison. We, here in the gulf have very little reef and hence no exposure. The persian gulf is generally mostly sandy bottom or sea grass with very few structures. Thats another reason why we have nearly no fish in the summer as the water temerature gets rater high and not conducive for reef nor fish. The average depth is about 15 meters!!


Jeen


From what I have read, it comes from corral, on which some fish/creatures feed and are in turn fed upon.


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Jeen as usual you guys rock [smilie=coolup.gif]


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