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Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by JAR, Mar 30, 2009.
I've got a few tuna feathers hanging in my garage!!
Bula:1972 Boston Whaler
Houser: Put them in the water behind the Farallons!
Looks like fun, we stuck a line out a few weeks ago on a trip down to Port Huaneme but didn't get anything. I guess I'd have to go buy a dedicated tuna rig.
Looks like too much work for me, I'll get a can of Bumblebee
I assume you still need a CA fishing license 50 miles off the coast?
I don't know the sport fishing rules, but we had a couple license holders on the boat. I just kinda watched, I only fish for money!
As far as I know no fishing license is necessary for tuna and there is no limit.
I have never seen fish and game out there.
Less tuna talk, more tank pics and updates!
The coral just keeps growing and growing. It is almost boring.
I still look at the tank constantly though.
There's a limit but I am quite surprised that the number is high as 25. Also, I heard there was radiation from the Japan's quake detected in tuna found off here, so should be tasty.
As for your tank looking boring, you could always add a few angels.
Hmmm, my tank keeps looking better and better, I've been thinking I should hit you up for frags!
Maybe now is a good time!
Happy Thanksgiving tank shot
Looking good Jon !
That's some fine work there!
Is that a trio of royal grammas?
Any mating behaviors?
Very cool tank!
I took the pic in panoramic mode and it was 3 shots stitched together.
My Royal Gramma got in all three pics somehow! :bigsmile:
Nice as always
Still using all MH?