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shooting dog-snappers with rob allen 130

subversive

subversive

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..one very tasty snapper is the dog-snapper (lutjanus jocu). not the most difficult snapper to hunt . but sometimes you just dont see them , because they stay in their holes and caves.
but once they are out you have a fair chance to get them. enjoy..

 
marco15499

marco15499

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Nice videos! My recomendation would be to use a single wrap when hunting in reefs. Two wraps is too much and you won't be able to stop a fish to get into a cave.
A single wrap in a 130 is equivalet to shooting from a distance of 5.50 meters (18 feet). More than enough.
 
subversive

subversive

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Sep 14, 2010
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Nice videos! My recomendation would be to use a single wrap when hunting in reefs. Two wraps is too much and you won't be able to stop a fish to get into a cave.
A single wrap in a 130 is equivalet to shooting from a distance of 5.50 meters (18 feet). More than enough.
..i glad you like the video. the first fish was shot at an offshore bank. at this place you can expect wahoos, kingfish, big jacks and other pelagics to show up anytime. and it have some massive barracudas around there. at this place i normally go with a double wrap just in case....
at the second shot i actually used a single wrap. its more a coastal reef area.
 
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