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    Quote Originally Posted by kuljc View Post
    Seems like you got a lot of opinions... not about transporting fish...

    If you ever go down to FL to fish the pelagics they use one of the very large cooler bags that strap to the front of the yak. You can look some up by Reliable Fishing or ice Mule. if the fish doesn't fit, just leave the tail hanging out. But these get expensive, and are mainly used to keep fish cold for 6 hours+ of florida heat.

    But realistically around here, you won't be too far from shore and it won't be too hot when the big rocks are around. So you can just kill it, strap it to the back of your yak, and head back to shore.
    Exactly. But its getting warm out now. Strapping a fish on the yak will draw bugs in. Been there. You dont want that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3NAL1 View Post
    Cobia were out by the target ship last year
    How far of a trip is that from the nearest launch for a kayak? I've heard of it but I've never seen it/fished it. I was wondering why you've been posting less and less in the forum, and I agree, people can be very opinionated (myself included). I might be coming down to southern MD a few times this year to fish, I will contact you if I do, the spot you let me fish at last summer was great! I think I caught my first keeper rockfish there, but from then on, the magothy and the severn kept producing keepers for me, so I never ventured farther south. Thanks again for letting me fish there.

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    What is this "target ship" people keep talking about??
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    Quote Originally Posted by yakscientist View Post
    How far of a trip is that from the nearest launch for a kayak? I've heard of it but I've never seen it/fished it. I was wondering why you've been posting less and less in the forum, and I agree, people can be very opinionated (myself included). I might be coming down to southern MD a few times this year to fish, I will contact you if I do, the spot you let me fish at last summer was great! I think I caught my first keeper rockfish there, but from then on, the magothy and the severn kept producing keepers for me, so I never ventured farther south. Thanks again for letting me fish there.
    Im in calvert now, but still have access to that spot. Fished there once this year but tons of jellies all over. If you add me on facebook and instagram you can see all my catches there. Been slaying it.
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    Nearest launch is point lookout. Its about 8 miles to it. Gotta be very careful, its past the shipping channel. Straight east from point lookout.

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    X is point lookout, o is targetship
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    A few made their way up close to PLO- The Target ship has been the worst kept cobia secret over the years although the US Navy usually runs folks off a few times a week for gunnery practice...
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    USAS American Mariner - scuttled in shallow water. Commonly referred to as Old Hannibal.

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    I would not recommend anyone kayak out to it...unless you "mothership"...and opinions are like ears-everyone has at least one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaultmtd View Post
    I would not recommend anyone kayak out to it...unless you "mothership"
    Absolutely, you can get stuck out there. How you been ron, im launching in the morning from my house. Just gna check what rockfish are around
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3NAL1 View Post
    Absolutely, you can get stuck out there. How you been ron, im launching in the morning from my house. Just gna check what rockfish are around
    Come on fish Joe has paddled out to the Target ships

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