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Why are WSB fisherman so secretive?

Is it because the species was decimated and is still rebounding?
Is it because the WSB IS that elusive?
Is it because they taste great, and are less filling?
Is it because some fisherman supplement their cash-flow catching them?
Is it because Party Boats and six-pak charters get more return clients when catching them?
Is it because WSB very rarely put on a bite for more then 3 consecutive days?
Is it because when WSB go on the chew they are almost suicidal and will stop at nothing to get the bait?
Is it ANY combination of the above?
Is it ALL of the above?

Thank You for your feedback!

John.
Parker 2320 'FloMar'.
 

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Sorry,,, I can't answer your questions... it's a secret :D .


P.M.'s and cell phones are your best friends during WSB season.
 

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Wait a minute . . .
WSB season is . . ALL . . YEAR . . LONG, except for 3 months where the limit is one.
So are you saying NOT to call you between March 15 and June 15? :eek:

John.
 

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Don't make me put a 'Frank' clause in my post!
Nobody wants their name associated with an asterik. :p

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Good one scooby.

The hardcore seabass fisherman learned this ages ago.

The new hoop netters are slow learners.
It takes them about three or four years.
(that's about three or four years to late)
 

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Your wrong Hotdog.
Some of the newbies
will never learn.
When some of the
chosen few do they
will never admit it.
Mike
 
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