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Old 10-29-2019, 04:11 PM   #1
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Any floater reports

I was planning on going out to BV last Sunday and had to go to work instead. Wondering if I missed anything?
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Old 10-29-2019, 04:16 PM   #2
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No report but hope you are having a Happy Birthday.
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Old 10-30-2019, 07:36 AM   #3
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I don't know how it was at BV but all three Port A head boats did well at Perdido. I was on the Gulf Eagle. We started at Hoover and it was dead. We moved to Perdido. The big girl in the middle was 150#

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Old 10-30-2019, 08:45 AM   #4
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Was at Hoover, Boomvang and Nansen Sunday night. It was dead.

There was some small blackfin not fast and furious but some. The thing is out of the 25 I hooked only one made it too the box without a cuda taking everything but the head.

Very slow fishing. Tons of cuda.
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Old 10-30-2019, 09:16 AM   #5
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I don't know if you buy into altimetry and currents affecting fishing, but Perdido appeared to be the best spot compared to BV/Nancen, Hoover, and Gunnison. Based on the first hand accounts, my interpretation of the map's data appears to concur with Sunday's bite, or lack thereof. The RipCharts map is from Sunday, 10/27/19.
  • BV/Nancen had pretty weak current from onshore along with a downwelling.
  • Hoover had more current but still mostly coming from inshore and was in the downwelling.
  • Perdido had stronger offshore flow and was on the edge of a strong upwelling. Perdido is the lower left hand corner
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I don't know if you buy into altimetry and currents affecting fishing, but Perdido appeared to be the best spot compared to BV/Nancen, Hoover, and Gunnison. Based on the first hand accounts, my interpretation of the map's data appears to concur with Sunday's bite, or lack thereof. The RipCharts map is from Sunday, 10/27/19.
  • BV/Nancen had pretty weak current from onshore along with a downwelling.
  • Hoover had more current but still mostly coming from inshore and was in the downwelling.
  • Perdido had stronger offshore flow and was on the edge of a strong upwelling. Perdido is the lower left hand corner
I have never looked at the altimetry charts but I can confirm there was not much current at all.
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Old 10-30-2019, 01:32 PM   #7
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Yes altimetry matters. Our part of the gulf doesnt have any upwellings which is no bueno.


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I don't know if you buy into altimetry and currents affecting fishing, but Perdido appeared to be the best spot compared to BV/Nancen, Hoover, and Gunnison. Based on the first hand accounts, my interpretation of the map's data appears to concur with Sunday's bite, or lack thereof. The RipCharts map is from Sunday, 10/27/19.
  • BV/Nancen had pretty weak current from onshore along with a downwelling.
  • Hoover had more current but still mostly coming from inshore and was in the downwelling.
  • Perdido had stronger offshore flow and was on the edge of a strong upwelling. Perdido is the lower left hand corner
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Yes altimetry matters. Our part of the gulf doesnt have any upwellings which is no bueno.
I did not say it doesn't. I try to use it to my advantage and check it before almost every trip. The altimetry moves around and isn't a static vertical current. I have definitely seen an upwelling move towards BV/Nancen. Often these rigs are at the convergence of the upwelling and downwelling, which is supposed to be ideal. I saw it this year but these rigs were dead. I think the lack of current each time I was out contributed more to the slow fishing than anything. The fish were there (and thick) but were hanging out at or below the thermocline.
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I don't know how it was at BV but all three Port A head boats did well at Perdido. I was on the Gulf Eagle. We started at Hoover and it was dead. We moved to Perdido. The big girl in the middle was 150#

Correction: the big one was 130# not 150#
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I don't know if you buy into altimetry and currents affecting fishing, but Perdido appeared to be the best spot compared to BV/Nancen, Hoover, and Gunnison. Based on the first hand accounts, my interpretation of the map's data appears to concur with Sunday's bite, or lack thereof. The RipCharts map is from Sunday, 10/27/19.


  • BV/Nancen had pretty weak current from onshore along with a downwelling.


  • Hoover had more current but still mostly coming from inshore and was in the downwelling.


  • Perdido had stronger offshore flow and was on the edge of a strong upwelling. Perdido is the lower left hand corner


How did you go about getting your spots into FishTrack? I have all my spots in Hilton’s but fishtrack is much more user friendly especially on mobile. Just curious..


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