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May 28, 2002
for those spearos not cursed this time of year how bout a recent expedition for the poor tortured souls...in other words, anybody had an interesting hunt lately?:D
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Thanks Abri...yeah, but its hard to feel old with Andrsn around:D

Happy B day Rig.

I have a hunting story from my last trip but I cant really retell a story good.

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recent hunt

I'll try again

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Re: recent hunt

Originally posted by fijifreediver
They say a picture is worth a thousand words!



Not good enough ...;)
Thanks for the awesome picture ,Jim ; but we would really appreciate the words as well .
Where ; how ;weight ...ect .
If you have any more photo's lying around (and you probably do ) please submit some to the "spearing photo's " thread . it's gone a bit quiet recently .
Again , congratulations on a splendid catch .:king
Real Nice JIM !!!!

Let me guess, I think this is about 60-65KG. More guess people, just wanna see if we have hunter's potential weight-by-sight capability. ABRI, and the rest make your guess...................

Can you send better image quality so that I can fill up one pail with my drool.... :p
Where my hunter's intuition is lacking, my common sense picks up the slack... Most scales are set to common increments....5kg, 10kg, 20 kg, 50 kg, 100kg, 200kg. You rarely see a 125kg or a 73.6kg :D. Using this info, we can see that the scale dial has gone about 1/3. Fiji looks to be about 70-80kg and the fish looks to be about half his mass. This would further reinforce my belief that the scale is a 100kg scale; making the fish about 35kg. I know that this whole line of thinking is thrown out if the scale is in pounds, but since fijidiver isn't from the U.S. (and to a lesser degree, the UK), it should be in kg ;)......unless he picked it up in Austrailia.......Historically, England has thrown lots of junk they don't want anymore on that rock :hmm rofl.

............and fuzz thinks he has too much time on his hands :eek:.

....................orrrrrr.........I could just read the name of the photo :duh rofl.........I need a drink.
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I just used my smarts. :D

Look at the name of the picture - it's called "37.5kg dogtooth"


the pic of that wahoo is at www.momentoffame.com ...go to the fishing section and then to wahoo. maybe one of you guys with too much time and more brain cells than me could import it here...:confused:
Here ya go rig...

1 out of 2 ain't bad ;).
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That's 200#? :confused:

Doesn't look that big. Well, big, but not 200# big.

Edit: Eh, I guess looking at it compared to the guy, it could very well be.
trust me...it's BIG!:D

look at some of the other hoo pics at the site to get a reference, that is the biggest hoo I've ever seen:cool:
Gee, u r right Fuzz. The picture is named : 37.5kg......wha ha ha. I tried to save it and the name pop out.:head

This doggie must be on a diet cause if it is that long 50kg is very possible. If that is a Yellow Fin tuna,60-70kg is very real too. Used to sell Yellow Fin Tuna for a living once (for about 2 years ) and I am quite familiar with its weight.

Poor thin doggie. JIM, is it really 37.5KG ????? Lie to us please...:D :D

Gee..... I think if I see a wahoo this big and only have one float with me, I probably think 10 times before I shoot it.
Happy birthday rig, sorry it's late, but I've been busy spearing fish w/ Aquiles down in Florida. I'll try to post some pics tomorrow.

And hey, about my age comment.... you're only as old as the women you feel! :t

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