I have found that when I switch to flip flops and take off my boots, once I come back up to fish, the deck and my feet become bloody in a matter of minutes. I'm not sure if this works all the time, but I have found it to be an effective method to get the fish going after a slow bite.
Hello everyone, a friend reached out to me over the weekend and asked if I knew any good shops/mechanics to work on his Volvo Penta engine. He lives in the Upland CA area, but he can trailer it to areas in the So Cal area. Thanks in advance for your feedback.
Here's a tip for finding yellows at the island. Slow troll a dine or mackerel. Also, you're wasting time trolling the banks when you should be looking for paddies. You need to cover as much water as possible and trolling only slows the search. Best of luck on your next trip!!!
Without a proper scale, every yellow is over 25lbs....don't you know that by now?? Regardless, it was a nice fish! Instead of bowling over the rental rods, wouldn't have been simpler and probably safer to simply go over the top or underneath? Good times! :D