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Fishing for Skipjack and Blackfin Tuna in the Florida Keys

Fishing for Skipjack and Blackfin Tuna in the Florida Keys


(Calm music begins) J.J.: What kind of speed do you run? Margie:
I like anywhere between 5.5 and 6. (Fast music starts) (Commotion from the crew)
Lori: Let him run. Don’t cut your finger. Margie: Skippy. Jeremy: Is that a teaser?
Ooh blackfin. Margie: Oh one of each. Nice sized one too.
Lori: Tuna time! (Laughter) Margie: That tuna is beating Lindsey to death! J.J.: Fish on, fish on! Margie: Fish on! J.J.: What do you think?
Its tough. Don: Got it! In the net. High 5 it girl! (Crew celebrating!) Don: He got it, whoa! Good job Jimmy. How’s
your shoulder Jimmy? J.J.: Good. I think he is tail hooked.
Lori: Look at him, he is coming in backwards. Lori: No its in the mouth. He got him in the eye. Margie: We’re having a great day. 409 Hump.
Right off Islamorada. 5 on ice. J.J.: No yours, yours. J.J.: Right in the bucket, right in the bucket. J.J.: She says she only catches Blackfin.
That was on the Ballyhoo wasn’t it? J.J.: He don’t want none of this! J.J.: Ready, ready?

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