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    I fished yesterday at Piney Point...tried 3 inch fat Sam mullet on jighead- no thanks, 4 inch Diesel minnow ZMan Opening Night on a 1/4 oz jighead- no thanks- XR10 Blue Silver and a bunker color XR10 XRap caught 16 stripers- nothing else had a hit...fishing is pretty basic- match the hatch...
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    X2 1000 over..
    Quote Originally Posted by hookmeup View Post
    Curly tail grub whether it's mr twister, Zman, gulp or younameitbrand. Very versatile!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaultmtd View Post
    ...fishing is pretty basic- match the hatch...
    Except for this inconvenient truth...nothing that swims in nature is chartreuse.
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    Mark- I caught the most brilliant colored Bull Dorado (dolphin- mahi-mahi) that had vivid shades of chartreuse off Virginia Beach trolling a Green Machine for tuna...so...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaultmtd View Post
    Mark- I caught the most brilliant colored Bull Dorado (dolphin- mahi-mahi) that had vivid shades of chartreuse off Virginia Beach trolling a Green Machine for tuna...so...
    I stand corrected!

    But I bet Pickerels and LM and SM Bass have never seen a Bull Dorado.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaultmtd View Post
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    My most versatile lure is a 4" gulp mullet in chartreuse. Catches everything in the bay.
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