Daily Double fish report AM 5-5

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by poncherello, May 5, 2006.

  1. poncherello

    poncherello I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    san Diego
    Name:
    Jerry
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    Went out this morning on the DD with Fred at the helm, Mike on deck and Bruce in the galley. Went out with 25 or so folks, mainly rent rodders and a few kids. Bait was mainly chovies with a few sardines in the mix. Destination was to head south near IB. Got in some shallow spots and had a steady picking of rock fish. At this spot, there was also some sandies in the mix. After we fill up with some rockfish, we head south west in about 100 feet of water. A few more sandies and a few calicos. Its been so long, I forgot what a calico looks like. A rent rodder gets a nice size ling on a small piece of squid. He's a for sure winner for the JP. Then Gina, (A Fisherman III and DD regular) scores a ling.
    I ask myself WTF, what am I doing wrong? Fred sets us up on our last stop with about 5 minutes to go and all of a sudden, BAM!! Huh, its a ling, but felt like a big sandbass. What is it? Turns out, its a 26 inch Cabezon, weighed about 10 or so pounds. I've never caught one this size before, and apparently Bruce and Mike have never seen one this big. Mike snapped a digital of it and hopefully I'll get it emailed and post it. It now sits in my stomach, yummeee!
    Weather was cloudy with a light wind, and water was a dark green and clear. Water temp down south stayed at a steady 60.5 degrees. Great trip as usual with a great crew and good folks on the boat who fished. Best wishes to all who head out this week!!!
     
  2. Fishburger

    Fishburger Burger Flipper

    Location:
    RB
    Name:
    Aaron
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    oh how I miss you!
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    Nice post. Can't wait to see the pics!
     
  3. Spyder

    Spyder There Can Be Only One....

    Location:
    Down in Fraggle Rock
    Name:
    Jim
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    COBRA FISH & DIVE
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    Sounds like a good day on the water. Can't wait to see the pic of the big Cabbie.
     
  4. Stanley

    Stanley Pro Boat Scrubber

    Location:
    Agua Hedionda
    Name:
    Spooker
    Boat:
    24' Skipjack FB, 19.5' Glastron SE and a ScupperPro TW
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    10 lb. Cabbie? This I gotta see!
     
  5. Smudge

    Smudge Moderate

    Location:
    Hollywood, FL
    Name:
    Matt
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    I'm just a deckhand...
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    Nice one Jerry! That's a HUGE cabby!!
     
  6. JTAP

    JTAP Newbie

    Location:
    Bonita
    Name:
    Guapo Sancho
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    Sportboats
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    Cant wait to see it. Thanks for the report.
     
  7. bloodyboot

    bloodyboot wtf over

    Location:
    Santee
    Name:
    Gus
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    15 westcoaster
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    killer job. Thanks for the report
     
  8. poncherello

    poncherello I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Jerry
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    Hey Smudgers, if you see Mike this weekend, ask him if he can send you the image. I don't have his phone number. Thanks
     
  9. Smudge

    Smudge Moderate

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    Matt
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    Right on...
     

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