9jan19 small craft advisory live edition point lloma

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by duckbutter6a, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. duckbutter6a

    duckbutter6a Florida man living in SoCal

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    Really nice out here. All plastics no bait.

    Had a whale swim under the boat and snag one of my lead heads. Broke the line. Water clarity is 50ft plus.

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  2. tom cindric

    tom cindric Tom-broke-off

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    Nicely done... That's a whale of story.
     
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  3. cc_gip

    cc_gip Newbie

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    Nice bass!
     
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  4. scoop

    scoop 100 Ton Captain

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    Any waves breaking just inside the point yet? Yesterday I scooped some perfect chum sized chovies that were balled up under the birds getting pushed by larger model bonito a couple miles outside the kelp. Calicos exploded on it by the handfuls.
     
  5. duckbutter6a

    duckbutter6a Florida man living in SoCal

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    Getting bigger 15470632524241256501788.jpg
     
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  6. duckbutter6a

    duckbutter6a Florida man living in SoCal

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  7. pacificscout

    pacificscout Hey! You got any frozen ice?

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    Looks like a great day afloat.
    Thanks for sharing
     
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  8. NoLDR

    NoLDR OG BD member

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    Be very careful this is ugly

    One product issued by NWS for: 12NM SSE Malibu CA
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    Marine Weather Statement
    Marine Weather Statement
    National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
    703 AM PST Wed Jan 9 2019

    PZZ645-650-655-670-673-676-092315-
    Point Piedras Blancas to Point Sal westward out to 10 NM-
    East Santa Barbara Channel from Pt. Conception to Pt. Mugu CA
    including Santa Cruz Island-
    Inner waters from Point Mugu to San Mateo Pt. CA including Santa
    Catalina and Anacapa Islands-
    Point Piedras Blancas to Point Sal from 10 to 60 NM-
    Waters from Pt. Sal to Santa Cruz Island CA and westward 60 nm
    including San Miguel and Santa Rosa Islands-
    Outer waters from Santa Cruz Island to San Clemente Island to
    60 NM offshore including San Nicolas and Santa Barbara Islands-
    703 AM PST Wed Jan 9 2019

    ...HAZARDOUS MARINE CONDITIONS EXPECTED DUE TO A LARGE WESTERLY
    SWELL TONIGHT THROUGH LATE WEDNESDAY...

    ...PATCHY DENSE FOG WILL REDUCE VISIBILITIES ACROSS SECTIONS OF
    THE COASTAL WATERS THIS MORNING...

    A large westerly swell is expected to produce breaking waves at
    the Morro Bay and Ventura Harbor entrances into Thursday. These
    conditions have a history of capsizing vessels of various sizes
    resulting in serious injury or death, even to the most experienced
    mariners. Mariners are urged to stay clear of these harbor
    entrances.

    In addition to the large westerly swell, patchy dense fog has
    developed across portions of the coastal waters this morning.
    Mariners should be prepared for abrupt visibility changes down to
    one nautical mile or less. Reduce speeds and be on the lookout for
    exposed rocks and other vessels, including large ships in the
    shipping lanes. Use radar or GPS navigation if available, and
    consider remaining in harbor if such equipment is unavailable.

    For more information, contact the local harbor patrol or coast
    guard station...and continue to monitor NOAA Weather Radio for the
    latest weather information.
     
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  9. 1steveT

    1steveT Member

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    Harvest Bouy — 20' @ 18sec.
    It's going to be crackn' tomorrow
     
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  10. duckbutter6a

    duckbutter6a Florida man living in SoCal

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    Off the water. Wind picked up and I got hungry.
     
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  11. Paddyman1

    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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  12. the SLIDER

    the SLIDER https://multimediabylj.com

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    Quality bass Butter Boy

    I call BS on the Whale W/O pictures :rofl:
     
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  13. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Nice Bass fishing, your report title makes no sense, what small craft advisory?
     
  14. duckbutter6a

    duckbutter6a Florida man living in SoCal

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    No pics but a freaking gray whale swam under my boat. I was in 120 foot or so of water. Minding my business looking at the fish finder wondering what all the fuzz is on the screen. I look down and right and see this gray blob far away under water. At first I thought it was a big bait ball. Then right as it glided under the boat I saw the flippers, tail, barnacles and all. Then my rod went bendo.

    I went through a range of emotions. Mostly i was hoping it wouldnt get a itch and use my boat to scratch it... i started my outboard just in case lol

    If black sea bass are like hooking up to a truck than a big ass whale is like a freight train slowly cruising on by.

    I hope the hook didnt do any damage. My line looked like maybe a barnacle sliced it. Clean looking cut.
     
  15. clevel

    clevel Captain in Learning

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    All right, not too many people can claim their line got cut by a WHALE!
     
  16. C-4 Fishing

    C-4 Fishing Well-Known "Member"

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    Nice fishing bud
    Thanks for the report
     
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  17. Donkey Nick

    Donkey Nick Well-Known "Member"

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  18. charliecat

    charliecat on a fishin' mission

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    Nice report and creative title. Glad you got fish and stayed safe
     

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