8/16 yellow tail

Discussion in 'Washington Saltwater Reports' started by silver slayer, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. silver slayer

    silver slayer I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    fished out of the cr on monday first fish was a yt caught it in the troll by a kelp pattie on a blue x rap. rest of the day sucked scratched up 8 albies to end the day with another 9 for the fish count had a great time though ocean was like a lake and had good company.
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  2. Roll the Bones

    Roll the Bones Dr. Fong

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    Nice work on the Yellow. How bout some numbers where you were, Temp and water color? We are headed to WP for Saturday, Sunday and with the SST's not available for the last few days it would be good to get some recent intel.
     
  3. fishchasr

    fishchasr Member

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    Awesome! Another species checked off the list. :)
     
  4. Easytosee

    Easytosee Member

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    fucking badASS. lucky son of a bitch
     
  5. bopalmer30

    bopalmer30 Advertiser Advertiser

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    Nice job on the Yellow! I am going to have to try to target some up here. I have caught a lot of them down south, but never up here. Sorry to hear about the scratchy fishing, but the Yellow atleast makes up for it a little.
     
  6. silver slayer

    silver slayer I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    10/40 for the yt 58.4, 18/48 for the albies 59.8 all bright blue water

    yeah the yt was cool the really cool part is 2 of the crew had never caught a tuna before and rob got to reel in the yt and some albies on his first trip.
     
  7. lingasaurus

    lingasaurus Newbie

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    Nice job on the yellow thats a real one!!!, glad it wasn't one off those Juv Jack Mackrel guys have been calling Yellows since they look so close but don't taste the same. hamachi tonight???
     
  8. jskfish

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    nice yellow. There seems to be a lot of paddies around this year and plan to stop on many next week to see if he has relatives in the neighborhood. Good job, jsk
     
  9. Titan

    Titan Well-Known "Member"

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    Great report. You never know what you're going to pull out of the ocean. I always get a kick when we catch something unexpected.
     
  10. kuyamonster

    kuyamonster I only wishes to catch some fishes...

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    Holy Smokes, Indy! I thought this report was misplaced! Catch em all the time here on the iron jigs, really fun. Bigger mossbacks pull hard and strong too! NOW I AM moving to the PNW! THX for the inspiration, gotta kill some tuna now too...
     
  11. spize909

    spize909 Well-Known "Member"

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    One more reason to leave Socalexico!
    Very cool, I had no idea they were that far north.........and a bad day is 8 albies.
     
  12. Tower Todd

    Tower Todd Number #2

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    Too bad that wasn't during the WTC- you would have won the Mystery Pot!

    TT
     
  13. zmanszmail

    zmanszmail Zman

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    Cool catch! We don't hear about these guys up here to often
     
  14. got2fishsd

    got2fishsd Member

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    First you lucky fuckers are all over the albacore this year but now our yellowtail as well.

    I need to move!!!
     
  15. silver slayer

    silver slayer I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    great just what we need more transplants LOL no really come on up

    yes 8 is a bad day, no need to move though. my buddy in san diego says the same thing I told him quit wasting his money on the 2 dayers and come up here I think he's gonna next year

    tower todd
    yeah it woulda been cool to catch it during the otc but oh well maybe next year
     

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