Salt Creek shut down

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by ivanhoe, Jul 8, 2010.

  1. ivanhoe

    ivanhoe Newbie

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    Name:
    scott
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    Seahawg, 22' Cabo Cuddycon
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    Launched from the beach, sets were still fairly big and I had to time my launch. After 5 years I'm either gettin' good or lucky, made it out between the 4-5' set without a problem. Paddled out to the kelp with some frozen squid, hung that over the side with an egg sinker while I threw plastics. I saw a few PB out, but they didn't stay long. Which told me the fishin' was slow.

    I stayed put for 20-30 min each stop, no hits on the squid or plastics. After 3 hours finally caught a short sand bass. Wind was up so was the swell. At least I didn't get skunked. I'm going to try Laguna tomorrow.

    scott

    PS water was very clear and there was ample bait pop'n on the surface.
     
  2. grader 2750

    grader 2750 Newbie

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    brian
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    any idea on water, temp
     
  3. ITSAROD

    ITSAROD Newbie

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    chad
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    the water temp has been hanging around 66 degrees
     
  4. spike

    spike Well-Known "Member"

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    San Clemente CA
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    Spike Ivins
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    any chance I get
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    Good fishing on fin bait Wednesday, better luck next time, but at least you got out.
     

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