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 Posted: Wed Jan 14th, 2015 11:53 am
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funagalore
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Hi All

Going to Hole in the Wall in February. Can any PM some waypoints for the area. Esp looking for the wreck of the Oceanos.

Thanks in advance

Dave

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 Posted: Wed Jan 14th, 2015 05:03 pm
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Unfortunastely dont have Oceanos waypoints with me, but do have them on my boat. I have fished the wreck quite a bit and am yet to get a fish off of her. She has claimed more tackle than I care to think about, but with very little return. I have always thought she should hold yellow tail like the natal wrecks and due to mbolompo being so close with the tail being there, but we are yet to get one off her. Tail seem to prefer the point for some reason.

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 Posted: Wed Jan 14th, 2015 05:03 pm
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Unfortunastely dont have Oceanos waypoints with me, but do have them on my boat. I have fished the wreck quite a bit and am yet to get a fish off of her. She has claimed more tackle than I care to think about, but with very little return. I have always thought she should hold yellow tail like the natal wrecks and due to mbolompo being so close with the tail being there, but we are yet to get one off her. Tail seem to prefer the point for some reason.

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 Posted: Wed Jan 14th, 2015 05:18 pm
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funagalore
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Thanks for the reply, my thoughts were to look for Yellowtail on the wreck. I was hoping it would hold something. Going to fish mbolompo as well. Heard that some yellowtail have been coming out there. Thanks for the advice.

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