Saltwater Fishing Report: Sorry, Char...

Saltwater Fishing Report: Sorry, Charlie, tuna bite is about to begin

There are 1 comment on the Courier-Post story from Sep 27, 2013, titled Saltwater Fishing Report: Sorry, Charlie, tuna bite is about to begin. In it, Courier-Post reports that:

"The back bays are showing good numbers of stripers hitting on live mullet and, believe it or not, chunked sardines," said Cathy Algard, Sterling Harbor Bait and Tackle, Wildwood.

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PDX Dave

Portland, OR

#1 Sep 28, 2013
What! Using live mullet as bait? You run hooks and everything is still living fish, troll it behind your boat using them as BAIT for the bigger tuna to come up and chomp on them while they're still alive? Hideous! Cruel and inhuman! Where's PETA when you need them! LoL that's almost as bad is using earthworms in the same way. Worms are people too, they have rights! I think some young beautiful women should get topless and protest this 8-)

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