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Re: Monster at S tower

PostPosted: June 24th, 2020, 9:45 am
by Srbenda
EddieJoe wrote:FWIW, my opinion is not a cuda. I’ve easily caught log sized versions at the towers and using a big spinner they make one big run, maybe two, then give up. Really fairly wimpy.

Again, bull shark. If dolphins are seen actually taking hooked fish than maybe.
Goliaths go down to structure. AJ go down, make short runs, but stay down. Big cobia will make big runs, then surface.
Big smoker kings will make the longest mid water runs. It’s all fairly predictable tower stuff.
What did you catch the cuda on? Saw some monsters at K and threw spoons, live bait, but nothing interested them.

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Re: Monster at S tower

PostPosted: June 24th, 2020, 9:57 pm
by Jhults11
Shark...Bull would be my best guess :thumbup:

Re: Monster at S tower

PostPosted: June 26th, 2020, 8:31 pm
by EddieJoe
Srbenda wrote:
EddieJoe wrote:FWIW, my opinion is not a cuda. I’ve easily caught log sized versions at the towers and using a big spinner they make one big run, maybe two, then give up. Really fairly wimpy.

Again, bull shark. If dolphins are seen actually taking hooked fish than maybe.
Goliaths go down to structure. AJ go down, make short runs, but stay down. Big cobia will make big runs, then surface.
Big smoker kings will make the longest mid water runs. It’s all fairly predictable tower stuff.
What did you catch the cuda on? Saw some monsters at K and threw spoons, live bait, but nothing interested them.

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Tube lure. Or a hot blue runner. Use a short wire and a stinger. After one is caught on the tube they usually wise up for a while.

It’s almost impossible to catch them live
bait using all mono. They will hit and cut. Real short wire will sometimes work if you cast away from the boat esp on a hot runner. But they are pretty wise.