6/22 BFT and Fails Video

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by Fishdood, Jun 23, 2019.

  1. Fishdood

    Fishdood Fishgistics

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    It was a LONG day, headed south west in the morning and started looking. Limits of boats. Decided to look around for our own stuff. Mostly dry kelps, one 15lb YT on a sinker rig after drifting off a kelp.

    Plan was to stay all day no matter what. Burned more fuel and found a couple deep marks but couldn't get anything to go and nothing was up all day besides the football YFT that have now learned from their cousins how to put on a show and not touch anything with a hook. I believe they have had a gender/species change from BFT to YFT and thats why they are acting like that.

    FINALLY at 6:30PM we found a real spot up, game on and let the fails begin. After having nothing to do all day I decided to go into full amateur hour and at least it made for some good video! My buddy didn't fail and we were able to put one nice one (80-90lb) on the boat on the long rod in under 5 min.

    Heres your good laugh below (turn on 4K video setting), the best is the full foamer just cruising by 5 ft from the boat as I pick my nest.

    Time for redemption this week.



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  2. TunaChaser20

    TunaChaser20 Captain

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    Way to get them guys
     
  3. Bwood

    Bwood Well-Known "Member"

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    Too funny. At least the boat got one
     
  4. dctalk523

    dctalk523 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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  5. downtime

    downtime I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Nice work!
    Very frustrating tossing right into em and nothing!
    Way to keep after it!
     
  6. Professionull1

    Professionull1 Preservation

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    Austin, wind that crap up and grab another stick dood.
     
  7. Postal719

    Postal719 Well-Known "Member"

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    Nicely done!
     
  8. aguachico

    aguachico I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Very cool!
     
  9. mhanson59hb

    mhanson59hb Fear No Fish

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    It's not a fail when one comes over the rail.

    Nice job guys!
     
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  10. Paddyman1

    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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    Outstanding! Calm, cool, and collected...
     
  11. watersdeep

    watersdeep I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    What rod did he land the fish with?
    And jig?
     
  12. aguachico

    aguachico I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Sticking it out for 12 hours getting a fish on the deck. Looks good to me. Watching the young boys scamper around a cuddy with the long rods, "youth is wasted on the young".
    Good job.
     
  13. Fishdood

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    ULUA with some off the tip.
     
  14. the SLIDER

    the SLIDER https://multimediabylj.com

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    God Job getting one on deck guys!

    No way am I casting from the top of the cuddy when I can cast from the deck much further. You did not make up the extra 10' by being awkwardly closer to the foamers.
     
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  15. soul troller

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    Sick video . I can relate . Hard to describe to a non fisherman the adrenaline rush of the school popping up like that.
    Congrats on killing a fat one.
     
  16. Smiler1958

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    Nicely done!
     
  17. chamackO

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    This is exactly why I'm a fan of spinning gear for smaller boats!
     
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  18. El Chiva

    El Chiva Member

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    F’ing epic and hilarious.

    I am pretty much the master at full speed bird nests while under pressure.
     
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  19. mtb_prodigy

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    This was pretty much how Sunday went for me. Was a good time
     
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