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Chesapeake Cobia and Fly Design: What fly pattern works best (Part 2)

Another summer gone by, and another handful of shots at cobia under my belt.  Each year I learn a little more, and each year I contemplate taking more time off work to chase these weird, brown fish. 464 more words

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Kuala Rompin (07-11.08.17)

I started thinking about the possibility of doing a 5 day trip to Rompin whilst on a previous visit here in September last year. I discussed the possibility with a few mates but I realised that it would be difficult to get people together on the same schedule. 2,379 more words

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Cobia – In-Shore Monsters

The coastal in-shore waters of the Gulf of Mexico are some of the most exciting and productive sport fishing areas found anywhere in the world. Throughout much of the estuaries, salt marshes, beaches and mangroves of the Gulf the most common angling targets include species well-known in shallow waters like Red Drum, Flounder and Spotted Seatrout. 603 more words

Just Fishing

Local Fish Barramundi, Salmon (Blue & King), Javelin (Grunter), Fingermark (Golden Snapper), Cobia, Spanish Mackerel, and Black JewFish

Local Fish Barramundi, Salmon (Blue & King), Javelin (Grunter), Fingermark (Golden Snapper), Cobia, Spanish Mackerel, and Black JewFish

Local Fish in Karumba

There are so many options when it comes to fishing at Karumba that sometimes it’s hard to know where to begin! 952 more words

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New regulations for cobia imposed for N.C. waters

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Reprinted  courtesy of the  Outer Banks Voice 

New regulations for cobia begin this week in the state’s coastal waters.

The recreational limit is one fish per person per day, with a maximum of four cobia per boat if more than four people are on board, and a minimum fork length of 36 inches. 39 more words

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