A couple questions

Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by Abaco, Jun 4, 2015.

  1. Abaco

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    Hey, since us LRers might be fishing near SD are we supposed to be in possession of an ocean stamp on our fishing licenses? I am not too familiar with the stamps now but remember catching wind of such a stamp when I got my license for this year.

    Also - here's a weird thing. I was watching a tuna show about commercial guys down in Australia and it showed a crew member washing his clothes by putting them in a mesh bag and having them trail in the prop wash. Anybody ever do this or see this? Hehe...strange one, huh?
     
  2. albacore11

    albacore11 Member Intrepid 200# Club

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    If you are fishing in US waters, off of California, you will definitely need the Ocean Enhancement Stamp.

    I am planning on having my license with me this year as it looks like we may be fishing just off San Diego at some point on my 8-day.
     
  3. backlashjack

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    If you are fishing in California waters you need an ocean enhancement on your California fishing license.
     
  4. backlashjack

    backlashjack Scallywag

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    Someone beat me to the "enter" button

    BTW, never seen anyone wash their clothes off the back of the boat, just people peeing off the back of the boat (or trolling)
     
  5. beavisjohn

    beavisjohn Newbie

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    I've seen Roy Rose do it.
     
  6. Workplacesafety

    Workplacesafety Reducing workplace injuries and illnesses

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    Thanks for that. Don't know how I missed the Ocean Enhancement.....Lord
     
  7. egarratt

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    Last I checked, that be salt water behind the boat, and if I wash my clothes in salt water, they might not be all comfy and such.
     
  8. Chasntuna

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    Dave - I did it when you were on the boat; takes the FUNK out of the clothes before the plane ride home so mama wasn't as mad when I got back.
     
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  9. Abaco

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    Yeah, it's easy to miss. I think it's fairly new. I just remember the curvy, young blond lady I bought my license from mentioning it in passing and me going, "huh...what?" Another errand before the trip.
     
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    I don't clean my shirts, socks, or chones on my trips. I always bring my old stuff and throw them away at the end of the day. I do wash my fishing shorts each night when in the shower or in the stateroom sink and let it dry for a day or two. I always bring at least 3 fishing shorts.

    Jerry
     
  11. Chris Penning

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    The cleaning clothes in the prop wash is a legitimate techinque. The hyper oxygenated water (think Oxy-clean or Hydrogen preoxide) will get ANY stain what so ever out. But yes, it's salt water so it they would still need a fresh water rinse afterward.

    Regards,
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  12. DannyNoonan

    DannyNoonan Smarter than I look...

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    Seen deckhands wash their clothes that way a couple of times...

    Although if you're contemplating it, I'd be a little careful until you get a better handle on your RP Knot question...

    Just sayin, Dave!
     
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    CaptJgray I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Put all of the clothes in a bucket with some simple green, tie it onto your 100 pound stick and drop it back about 100 feet and then put it in gear....:D
     
  14. pgangler

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    What's the right setup for that? Do I go with a 20 loaded with 80lb braid, or do I need to break out a 50W for that?? My clothes are BIG...
    Any excuse to buy another rod/reel.
     
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    CaptJgray I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Definitely go with the 50, your gonna need the extra line capacity
     
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    When I was in the Marine Corps the senior guys were called Salty. That's because back in the days they would get a laundry bag full of clothes and put it behind the ship. When the clothes dried the salt would still be on their clothes.
     
  17. albacore11

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    Don't most of the LR boats have washers and dryers on board these days for the crews' use? I know the boat I fish does.
     
  18. pmurphy

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    If you're using a "circular" bucket, don't set the hook. Just point the rod tip at it and grind.
     
  19. chamackO

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    Would you set the laundry way way back to avoid messing up the spread?
     

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