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Ivo: Okay. That didn't take a long at all Doug. We just rig that viper up with the Mackerel and Doughy I got to say what, 60 seconds Doug.
Doug: Maybe. I didn't even have a chance to - as far as getting a hold of them.
Ivo: And we think he has got a Blue because we saw something come torpedoing out of the water. Now unless - it might be that striper we just saw moments ago too. Is it a blue? Okay. And that's the beauty of these viper spoons if you catch a bluefish while you're going for striper, you don't have to worry about getting caught off because of the titanium wire line.
Oops! Oh, that's a nice Blue Doughy. That's what I call a bluefish. Oh, yeah. Isn't that something? So again he is no weight on that viper at all because he wants to fish that bait suspended. Let me see what color viper did you have on Dougy?
Doug: I think it's a green.
Ivo: Green Mackerel, I see that buck tail version. Those Blue fish really love those buck tails too. Beautiful!
Doug: The viper is the one I am using.
Ivo: That's great Doug. Well we will keep throwing and we will keep having some more fun.
Doug: Yeah. I'd have more fun if you take my hook out of the net.
Ivo: We'll take care of that for you that Dougy. We'll get the viper spoon right back to you. Okay, Claudia(ph) is on again on the viper and Ginger just got a little scuff there, I see him in his feet. He has go to go back in. Claudia on that top water viper again. Boy! Oh boy! We've been getting the fish pretty steady. Claudia got that nice 20 pounds striper yesterday in this same area.
Oh! Those Blues are strong, I'll tell you. And they don't like the net. Nice. Which color viper you got there? Blue Sardine SP5, Beautiful! Blue that's alright. Nice. Good hit, good fight but can't beat it. I'm casting it out there as far as I can. I'm working basically the front on the boat. And as we're doing this drift, the boys are drifting with vipers and jigging spoons. They are working this are of water and I'm working from there over.
So it's another advantage with these no stretch line, it's not a problem. I can feel everybody and the distance is a not a fact there. Once I set the hook, it's solid. So just another -- oh! There is a good hit, just another advantage for using those stretch lines. Wow! That guy hit. Like I said I can set that hook instantly. Oh boy! Was that ever great? I can't tell you how many fish we've caught so far this morning. We can't film everything but I'm telling you, this is so much fun.
It's just a smaller fish but boy did he ever hit? Oh! It's a Blue. That's why he hit so aggressively. It's a Bluefish. And they don't like the boat, they don't like me. I'm just going to flip him in the boat. Boy was ever lucky not to get caught off. Boy was that ever something? Look at that. If you would have taken that bead any deeper I would have been cut off because their mouth is full of teeth.
Wow! Lots of fun, let's get this guy off. Look at that Blue. Wow!
Doug: Ivo, vipers strikes again.
Ivo: The viper spoon tip to the Mackerel.
Doug: Do you know what I think?
Ivo: Look at that Blue fish.
Male Speaker: There he is on top of the water.
Doug: You got it on them.
Ivo: Oh yeah. Look at that big swirl, nice. Here is the neck Claudia you can land them. Wow! So much action, I just caught this nice Sea Bass too.
Doug: What I'm supposed to say? He has got shoulders.
Ivo: Nice Blue Dougy. Holy cow!
Doug: This is on the silver and green Mackerel.
Ivo: That's the one you've been using the same viper spoon and you like that card.
Doug: Yeah I like that.
Ivo: Wow! Look at him go. Those things are built for speed and power.
Doug: Are you filming me?
Ivo: Oh he is filming Dougy.
Doug: Darn you, because you can bring the fish in if you want. I'm getting tired. Oh! He is a big one.
Ivo: That's a nice Blue Dougy.
Doug: Yeah she is a biggy.
Ivo: Look at that viper. Holy cow! Nice. Oh, we got to take a look at that one.
Doug: Thank you. Guess what, I set for the season this year.
Ivo: You are happy with that, are you?
Doug: Yeah I'm because we've got lots of fish. I'll be happy to watch the rest.
Ivo: You got to get the camera though so you got to hang on. Male Speaker: Okay. Even Ginger just struck with the viper. Fishing is suspended again and I'm going to show you what is been happening with my shad beads. I've gone through three shads already, I'm on my fourth one. Maybe while he is reeling that fish I'll just swing it here in front of the camera. You could see here, that's what keeps happening in my shads. So needless to say I'm not going to play around that bead, shads coming off. I got to put the buck tail back on. The boys are using viper spoons and jigging spoons so we're going to keep things mixed up here.
Again with that titanium wire line, on that viper spoon, the only thing that's going to be -- the only way you're going to miss that fish is if you don't fight him properly even generally. It won't be the lure's fault. Oh! They see the boat, they don't like the boat and they don't like the net. All I see is a flash down there. I see a viper flash and I see a Bluefish flash. Right over the net and in there he goes, beautiful. Nice job Magento. Let's take a look at him. Nice, Bluefish Magento.
Doug: Here is another one.
Ivo: Now, watch your fingers. Another striper. It's a striper. Where is the gaff? Oh! I got a gaff. That's okay. Get ahead at first and then grab the tail. Little Bass there. Nice shot! There is a nice striper. Wow!
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