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According to Chris's Bait and Tackle's report there was a 105LB cobia wieghed in at Wallaces yesterday. Looks like we have a new state record. The best news is that the cobia have hit the bay!!

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I heard about it yesterday around lunchtime. Record or not, big fish!

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its a very big fish. a buddy of mine caught 9 in the bay yesterday. the 4 biggest were 93, 74, 73, 56. A LOT of big fish this year. my guess, is from the lack of molestation on their way up. how did you hear about it sam?:icon_wink:

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Yeah...know someone who had one come unbuttoned in a yak today!

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its a very big fish. a buddy of mine caught 9 in the bay yesterday. the 4 biggest were 93, 74, 73, 56. A LOT of big fish this year. my guess, is from the lack of molestation on their way up. how did you hear about it sam?:icon_wink:
The south is starting to look very interesting to me... :happy8:

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I got to get that boat and start learning those waters!

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What is the state record on cobia then? Chris's Bait and tackle had it posted as such.

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What is the state record on cobia then? Chris's Bait and tackle had it posted as such.

109 lbs

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108 pounds jw berberich outta williamsburg

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not tryin to sound like a douche or anything but the current state record was just a hair over 109lb...weighed in at wallaces bait an tackle. it was caught during the hampton creek cobia tournament a few years back and not only was it the guys 1st cobia it was the 1st time he had ever been cobia fishing

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