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    1. yuhina

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      Date: 7-17-11
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    Next time I'm in Baja I'd love to dive/swim with them.
    #1 7-17-11 6:46pm


    Fish Slayer
    14WT work ok for that guy??
    They are pretty cool!!!
    #2 7-18-11 5:06pm


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    HA... thanks! I should have bring a 14 weight! seriously, 6 foot tiger shark also around the boat for a while...
    #3 7-19-11 1:01pm


    Fish Slayer
    OOohhh!! Put a seal fly on with a big ol' nasty hook!!

    Just make sure you dont try to bring it on the boat. There would be more than one dumb tourist that would want a shot of his 'chompers' and stick the camera too close and get it bit...
    #4 7-19-11 5:13pm


    Sculpin Enterprises
    Yeah, but to catch a filter-feeder like a whale shark, you would need to use a krill fly, a large scud, or even a clustered Daphnia (waterflea) fly.

    #5 7-24-11 10:24pm


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    Ha... so it would require 6x tippet to tie those flies... LOL...
    well... according the new video footage from the Planet Earth. some whale shark does take bait fishes if opportunity comes... so it might be possible to catch them on larger bait fish flies... @@ 40 weight rod might be... : )
    #6 7-25-11 8:21am

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