4/15 pv kelp beds

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by uglyducky, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. charliecat

    charliecat on a fishin' mission

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    Maybe loosen drag up? Not sure if that was the issue but could be?
     
  2. uglyducky

    uglyducky Member

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    Possibly but they were pulling a lot of line off my reel. Def worth trying looser and letting them run even more. I’m coming back with some serious gear this weekend, I’ll report back
     
  3. the SLIDER

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    Lots of different possibilities for the malfunction in the kelp. Most likely the beast swallowed the hook. WSB, Butt, YT, BSB, even Kelp Wahoo.. All have the teeth to saw you off. Shark, highly unlikely.
     
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  4. watersdeep

    watersdeep I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I hope you can make it happen, Heck yes report back. good luck.
     
  5. DreamFish

    DreamFish Newbie

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    When I was a kid, Mom put them in a meat loaf or banana bread pan and either poured a can of Mushroom or Tomato soup and baked it. Still pretty good way to do the slimy buggers. :-)
     
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  6. Andrey320

    Andrey320 Newbie

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    Jason, are you saying he's a lobster? (Take another, closer look at the pic...)
     
  7. K.W.

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    Pretty sure it was my mom, she has sharp teeth and 2 of her best friends are wahoo.


     
  8. ja73

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    :rofl:! "Snot stick", I never heard that one, but definitely a correct description of them!
     
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  9. Jason

    Jason I break stuff @ BD Admin

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    Hah, I thought it was a rubber glove that teeth would go right through.
     
  10. Crankbaitmaster52387

    Crankbaitmaster52387 Newbie

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    If it's any consolation first time I fished salt on my OP ed n bow i thought i had several small yellowtail.... A guy at the boat ramp chuckled and told me they were Mack's
     
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  11. JIM E

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    Any possibility it was a seal ? ...though unlikely, they been known to eat a bait on occasion...
     
  12. Andrey320

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    Nice....
    Since all these stories are coming out... I started fishing 4/5 years ago when the sea bass were off Hueneme. No fishing friends, so no clue what I was doing. After a morning sitting in the "parking lot" of boats catching giants, a boat pulls up on their way in and asks, "How'd you do?". I say, "Alright, just too many baby halibut around here." They didn't laugh (like I probably would now) and told me those were sand dabs. My response? I could've kept those!?!!!
     
  13. 909MARIO

    909MARIO Well-Known "Member"

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    Maybe a Megalodon
     
  14. 909MARIO

    909MARIO Well-Known "Member"

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    ROFl:hali_ruahahaha::nutkick: That's what I was thinking when I read his post. Who fishes 100/60 in the kelp, then Lips a "waahoo".
     
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  15. uglyducky

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    I did see a husky frame on the shore earlier cramming itself into wh
    to be fair I tried to take home a drag queen whilst drunk one night as a teenager. So, there’s that too. Although my friends were adamant it was a woman. More importantly, who derives their self worth from taking a piss on a guy who is out having fun and engaged in a hobby? That’s the question I keep going back to. Sad dudes. Lol.
     
  16. uglyducky

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    That joke was like 7 posts ago. Try to keep current and original if possible
     
  17. mhanson59hb

    mhanson59hb Fear No Fish

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    My take on the picture is that's an extremely rare lizardfish/wahoo hybrid, which is almost indistinguishable from the common barracuda except by experts. However, when in spawning mode, they have distinct vertical bars in florescent pink to match the Mylar balloon hatch.

    Welcome to Bloody Decks! Looking forward to your next report! :D
     
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  18. the SLIDER

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    :hali_ruahahaha:

    to be fair I tried to take home a drag queen whilst drunk one night as a teenager. So, there’s that too. Although my friends were adamant it was a woman. More importantly, who derives their self worth from taking a piss on a guy who is out having fun and engaged in a hobby? That’s the question I keep going back to. Sad dudes. Lol.

    :eek:
     
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  19. PullOnThis

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    This thread is absolutely bonkers. :indabutt:

    Wahoo, lizardfish, cuda... whatever you wanna call it, it’s more than I’ve caught recently so I can’t really say much. Good on ya.
     
  20. Tin Pangas

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    "Now you didn't ask, but I'm gonna tell you anyway...This ain't no story 'bout the one that got away...Now them mean 'ol barries...bit off on every bait...ain't caught a THING...and it's gettin' late...I got the Barracuda Blues!" They're mean and they're fast...they're a pain in the...ASK ME 'bout the Barracuda Blues!"
     
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