Mikey and the whole crew are Roots! classic BDers, I didnt stop laughing till they left monday.....Byeye is a madman but needs lots of water. All these guys were super cool.......(they tipped me extra to say that) and they fed me beer! Fri night the guys invited me and Chris (Pierce) over for a huge feast at Don Eddies (they did a great job, food was great) We had fresh fish caught by the Sea dog crew that day. Somehow the mariachi band ended up with BDs stickers on their guitars! Sat morn was flat glass, we made a few baits and headed out over glassy seas...no wind at all. We started at a spot about...390Âº from San Martin put a fat load of reds in da boat and went to a ling spot after that got some nice ones there too and were off to se if we could scratch up some Yellows. There were huge squid just about everywhere we went but they werent that much of a hassle. One of the guys made a bunch of custom jigs and we were all killin it with those things, a very effective rockfish jig i was impressed (I got a whole box too...hand made) as we arrived at the 15 there were no birds working so we fished the meter and found some yellows down off the back side at about 150-200ft We got a couple nice ones, Mikey got a fat toad on a green/yellow that was the largest fish of the trip.....good job Mike! We had a great day, tons of fish and lots of laughs . We did so well we went in early. Day two was another flat day and warm too, we were all stripping down to our Bloodydecks t-shirts by 8:00 am! We went staight for the Yellows this time and were greeted by surface boils and breezing fish!!! My son Oscar was out on the other Parker with a charter and as i called him onto the spot some of the other boats picked up the call and we got rushed a few times but eveyone seemed to be getting a few so we LET them fish us like a paddy. As usual they all gave up early in the game and left us to scratch up a couple more fish. Next we went to a spot called San Ramon and got wide open sand bass (released all but a few big grumpy ones) fished for some flatties wt no luck, then for calicos on backside San Martin (not working either) Lots of big cuda in cove at isla as well, kept some to donate to locals. Papa j and the seadog crew did great as well on big reds and lings a a spot down south they also got a bonus yellow while jigging up rockfish. It was a great two days, and the whole crew were great ( they gave a lot of fish the the locals and im sure it will be appreciated) Thanks Mikey and all you guys.......Byeye....you,re nuts! just blow up and get it over with! Hope to see you all soon! Salute!