San Quintin 9/21 thru 9/24

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Trip Planning' started by SeaDawg, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. SeaDawg
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    Leaving my house at approximately 0400 Thursday the 21st, plan on fishing Thursday afternoon, Friday, and Saturday..............Sunday will be a lazy drive home. I have Ed (theLingCodKillinMotherFucker), Jack, and some other guy I have not met yet on my ride.

    Heavenbound (remember him?) is taking his new ride down and Ramsey (ReelinGood) is pulling his rig down. So, anyone want to fall in line :) BTW, I will NOT be towing with my Baja Beater, Ed will tow with his Deisel :rockin:

    Anyhow, you guys who have been know the drill, San Quintin is always alot of fun and the fishing is usually very good :rockin:

    Course Ed and Jack have about 5 dozen jigs all poured and painted and ready to go :cheers:
  2. SeaDawg
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    Just got the following email from Don Eddie's in San Quintin :)

    On the full moon of this month we had approximately a 5 day spell of low
    catches of White Sea bass. We don't know if it was the full moon or the new
    moon that caused this phenomenon of a drastic drop of catches. But starting
    Tuesday they appeared with force; very plentiful and of good weight and
    number. On that short dry spell we sent scouts north and North West to scout
    new areas where the illusive whites could be; San Vicente all the way up to
    colonet;We didn't even see birds, much less whites. On the way back we asked
    some divers what they knew about the situation and they candidly told us
    'it's a full moon guys, go home and try again in a couple of days.'They must
    know something about these moon movements because we did try in a couple of
    days and low and behold they were back in el Socorro, el Rio Hondo, and in
    the usual places where this fish loves to be.
    So after that spell, on this first day of fishing the water was 64° to 66°
    in this particular spot. The water was clean and clear and no swells perse.
    Wind in the morning was 3 knots and in the evening around 7 knots. The
    temperature was in the low 80's and all around a very beautiful day for
    fishing. We arrived at the Rio Hondo around 7:30 am by 8 o clock we had our
    first white sea bass on the skip jack la Panchita. We stayed in the area
    until 1:30 in the afternoon when we considered was a very good catch; 12
    beautiful healthy White Sea bass ranging in weight from 14 to 42 lbs. The
    anglers on this trip were Roger Heath, Capt. Pancho Berrellesa and Mark
    Metten, from Fallbroock CA. They used blue and white irons, white and red
    irons (supermans), also used the krokodiles and live bait. Our other boats
    also had good catches of whites, yellowtails and one 40 lbs thresher. For
    those who went bottom fishing they all got their limits of reds,lingcods,
    and whites. Also there were 4 halibuts caught at the point (la barcha)
    ranging from 14 to 21 lbs.



    Don Eddie's Landing.
    Sarai Garcia
    Ph: 01152-616-16-56061
    01152-616-16-56062
    Have you checked out our web site yet?
    www.doneddies.com

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  3. Swazi
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    Oh man! I wish I could make it Harry! Bad timing for me, we had a blast last time.
    With the WSB bite the way it's been..I'm sure I'm gonna miss a great one.
  4. SeaDawg
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    Alright, 2 more days of work and we are down the road. Anyone want to tow down with us?
  5. Sluester
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    Give em hell Harry!

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