YT Scraps

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  1. TheCuban1040

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    I was lucky enough to hook into a few yellowtail today, but unfortunately trash day was yesterday...

    I have a trash bag full of scraps taking up space in the freezer. Not sure if it makes good lobster bait, but if anyone wants it, let me know!

    You have until Tuesday (trash day) next week!
     
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    Dump it near some rocks and you'll be catching fish for days.
     
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    I know you have a kayak.. Go out where the NSF is filleting catch, toss a whole head, or a carcass over.. Or just a long skin strip with ribs attached.. Biggest things you've never hooked from the Yak are possible..
     
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    YT Bones, head and tail work on lobsters just as well as Mackerel IMO......
     
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    I'm guessing I wouldn't want to bring the #6 mosquito hooks for this one?
     
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    Might leave the bass reel at home for such a mission.. I used to run straight 80 on a 6/0 with a 5 gallon jug (full of air) on a running rig..
     

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