2012.06.10 Fishing with John

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by .:LOLLY:., Jun 11, 2012.

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  1. .:LOLLY:.

    .:LOLLY:. Member

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    Thanks for the ones with the positive comments.

    Nothing went to waste and I'm typically catch and release.

    This was just something on my bucket list.
     
  2. Mischief

    Mischief EST. 1980

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    LOL

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  3. flytyer

    flytyer Newbie

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    Mischief--too funny!

    No strong feelings either way--the take was legal, so it's really none of my business. Just because I would have likely C&R'ed them doesn't mean that everyone needs to.
     
  4. Rocketscyther

    Rocketscyther Newbie

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    It the Popcorn still popping?

    Good to know :) Makes us feel better.

    ... Too bad the Baby Makos did not have a chance to Kill a Seal or two, before it "Kicked the Bucket" :(

    We need to stick to catching more of the Elusive Game like the Thresher Sharks. More of a Challenge to Catch, Great Jumpers, Great Eating, and completely useless to thining out the Seal Population.

    Or we can even the playing field... Jump in the water with two short daggers in each hand and tie a Tuna Carcass to ones waist and back.

    Be sure to also wear a GoPro...
     
  5. makohunterz

    makohunterz I'm that one guy

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    googan
     
  6. spike

    spike Well-Known "Member"

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    Best Thread of 2012 !!!!!

    Congrats looks like time well spent!!!!
     
  7. nick17yz

    nick17yz TUNA TOKER

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    delicious.. (The popcorn that is)
     
  8. phingst

    phingst Newbie

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  9. jscrib

    jscrib Whale Cock

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    If I'm going to keep a mako to eat, that is the perfect size. Thanks for sharing and enjoy. :hali_olutta:

    j
     
  10. flyliner

    flyliner @therealflyliner

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    Ditto.

    Congrats and enjoy the steaks! Hard to beat on the grill with butter and garlic.
     
  11. dkd711

    dkd711 Skunk Master...

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    I'd keep a small one and let all the big ones go myself. Congrats on the BBQ!
     
  12. Trayscool

    Trayscool Captain

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    you ever caught a big one:rofl:
     
  13. Fin Fever

    Fin Fever Newbie

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    you would be wise not to post any pics of dead fish on this site
     
  14. FINADDICT*

    FINADDICT* SKIPPER

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    You cant be serious right?Did you see the date on that post?Um i think it was April 1st???You didnt really believe they were actually going to open up sealhunting??That pretty sad,those baby makos didnt have a chance..Just curious but why two?Ive seen some small makos but they werent under about 125.what were those,about 35 or 40 #'s?I understand the excitment and all but,you know how long it takes for those to repopulate?like ten years unlike other species.I mean great catch,but i hope your done for the year,mama has to do double time now.:finger:
     
  15. plj46

    plj46 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Wow, you guys know how to slay the big ones:rofl: i wont comment any further
     
  16. dkd711

    dkd711 Skunk Master...

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    Lets go Travis! Let do this bro!
     
  17. HBfisherman

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    Whatever you guys do, I highly recommend to NOT use spectra. Travis can shed some light on that one. :rofl:
     
  18. dkd711

    dkd711 Skunk Master...

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    What happened Mike? Don't tell me you tried to Leader the spectra with your bare hands? :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
  19. happy idiot

    happy idiot Newbie

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    Seals ...What seals???
     
  20. Jason

    Jason I break stuff @ BD Admin

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    Just a tip, as soon as the mako calms down you need to get the guts out. The guts will spoil the meat. Then pack ice in the body and throw a wet towel over the top to keep the sun off of it, pour water on it to keep it moist.

    Those sharks were eating fish, not seals.

    I wish one of the swordfish boats that was off Oceanside 2 weeks ago would have taken a picture and posted. 30+ Makos that size in 1 day on the deck all dressed out for market.
     
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