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They eat hair jigs too, but it's a hair jig that is about 10x bigger and 10x heavier!

 

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 Nice Cobia ~ a really fun fish to target, catch and eat.

Although I do prefer them a little smaller than that tank for the table.

Congrats.

:smiley:

A-Jay

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I have no idea what that is,  but dang!! 💪

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22 hours ago, A-Jay said:

 Nice Cobia ~ a really fun fish to target, catch and eat.

Although I do prefer them a little smaller than that tank for the table.

Congrats.

:smiley:

A-Jay

An extremely fun fish to target! We fished two days on the Chesapeake Bay. Saw 70+ fish, landed 13, 3 legal. I almost got a small one to eat a 6" bull shad on the first day! Size limit right now is 40" so it takes a pretty big fish to get some for the table. The fish pictured was 47" 32lbs. Cobia are such a strange fish. Very strong and fast, but clumsy and dumb. They will turn completely upside down and even corkscrew while trying to eat a bucktail.

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8 minutes ago, everythingthatswims said:

An extremely fun fish to target! We fished two days on the Chesapeake Bay. Saw 70+ fish, landed 13, 3 legal. I almost got a small one to eat a 6" bull shad on the first day! Size limit right now is 40" so it takes a pretty big fish to get some for the table. The fish pictured was 47" 32lbs. Cobia are such a strange fish. Very strong and fast, but clumsy and dumb. They will turn completely upside down and even corkscrew while trying to eat a bucktail.

Agreed !~

We used to sight fish them with eels and live pin fish off the outer bank in NC.

 They would stick out like a sore thumb in that blue water.

I miss that action.

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A-Jay

 

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My second eldest son, heading off to college in August, went out

with his soccer buds in second week of June and caught a 49" Çobia

in the Chesapeake Bay.

 

Delish steaks.

 

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