I caught another shortly after that and it was in the 4 foot range. I dropped the bait again and the next one was a moby. I have video of this fish jumping and it was easily the biggest fish I have caught there. I fought it for several minutes with several jumps. It was a wild ride but I lost it. I had good tension on the line but it just unhooked.
The next fish was not real eventful. Pulled hard but no air time. This fish was about 5 foot.
The next one was a nice but I had the zoom too far in filming one of Joe's fish and the whole thing is blurry. The fish was a Sugar cube creek cookie about 4 to 5 foot.
My next fish is fish #6 and this one starts off with a temper tantrum on the top of the water that was awesome. This one was real close to the same length as my pole. I would put it at 6 and a half maybe better.
The next one was the same size over 6 foot and fat. I caught this one probably less than 10 minutes after I released the last one. This one starts off with an explosion on the surface. I didn't think this one was quite as big until it jumped right in front of the boat. It was that same size as the last one.
Fish # 8 was another cookie 4 to 5 footer. #9 was a little tiny guy about 2 foot long.
My last fish #10 was a 6 foot fish that I hooked in the left front fin. This fish had incredible ability's since it was not hooked in the mouth. I fought this fish for almost an hour. I finally ended up using the electric motor to fight the fish by dragging it. I got it tired out and got it unhooked. I ran out of battery before I got this one landed.
We ended up the day with 15 boated. We hooked and lost another 6 fish. It was an incredible day. I am going to be working on the video but it will be cut way short with mostly just jumps and splashes. Here are a couple pictures. Ron