After Rockfish shutdown?

Omarkayak

I've posted enough I should know better...
Jul 26, 2007
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Northridge, CA
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Donald W. Clarke III
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11+ ft, Ocean Kayak Scrambler, P 'N' Queue Pod
Maintenance, rockfish and yellos in Mexican waters, and maybe sand dabs locally whoo hoo! Odd yello run in US waters.

Good fishin'!
BDC OK
 
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SouthBayKiller

I Post A Lot But I Can't Edit This
Mar 27, 2003
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Formerly Long Beach, now Fort Lauderdale area
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Robert
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A lot of Sculpin and San Dabs. Also a little bit of Halibut derby fishing and some Sand Bass. The majority of the local overnight fleet will normally do their maintenance and take a break until spring. For San Diego the overnight boats might start Colonet trips and maybe even a little prospecting offshore still.
 
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joelgame

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Sep 9, 2009
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Oceanside, CA
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Joel
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Royal Star, 2310 Parker, Tomahawk
Bluefin

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Paddyman1

Island yellows do not hibernate like bears. They actually eat all year long. You just got to look a little harder.

About 10 years ago when I joined this crazy board, there used to be a dude who posted winter time yellowtail reports at Catalina, and they were massive toads. He provided plenty of Intel on fishing deeper water and your best odds of locating them. Wish I could remember the name, as they were great reads. Maybe Mr Visser might remember.
 
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joelgame

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Sep 9, 2009
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Oceanside, CA
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Joel
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Royal Star, 2310 Parker, Tomahawk
This is from yesterday off the Tomahawk. After catching rock cod and yellowtail at colonet they went offshore and found some bluefin. They didn’t want to bite. One of these Colonet trips is going to find some biters.

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