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No tuna, but still enjoyed fine seabass jigging in Martha's Vineyard


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#1 Kilsong

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Posted 23 July 2014 - 11:19 AM

The trip was for tuna and we ran over 100 miles to find tuna unsuccessfully.
But it was not a total loss.  We went seabass jigging around Martha's Vineyard and has a  great time as usually. After limiting seabass, we went fluking.  Fluke were there though we didn't catch any doormat. 
 
After fishing, we went a Chinese restaurant in Falmouth, Cape Cod. They cooked our seabass and fluke for us.  This has to be the highlight of the trip. Food are delicious and we had a great time as usual.
 
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I used Black Hole Silk 701 and JM PE2 for seabass jigging and fluking.
I am going to use the same setup for doormat fluke trip to Cultivator Shoal trip on the Viking Five Star starting from Sunday.
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Jimmy the Greek used new Black Hole Hurricane slow jigging rod. He just loves it.
 
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Park used Black Hole Magic Eye 571XXH and JM PE2 reel for seabass and fluke jigging.  He owns all kind of rods and reels for inshore fishing, but the setup becomes his favorite now.
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Nothing is like to eat fresh fish you catch. :)
 
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Jimmy, it is like today is your birthday. :)
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