Afternoon delight Thursday July 9th

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by Rambizzle, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. Rambizzle

    Rambizzle Newbie

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    Went out after a shortened work day. Cleared point Loma at 2. 5-7 deans but pretty healthy. Made our way to the south 9. Found a huge school of porpoise a mile or 2 inside. Dragged some cedar plugs and rapalas but no love. Tried to get in front and throw bait but the pod was massive and tough to figure out the main direction.

    Started to work our way north up the ridge on the 9 but more life back south so we picked up and ran to the Coronado canyon area. Lots of life, whales, Sun fish, hammer head. Finally found a smaller school of dolphins got in front first bait to hit the water gets inhaled i drop in and picked up instantly practically under the boat. We landed both yellow fin but the dolphin were moving fast and we lost the herd so those were are only opportunities for the day. Not many kelps out there. Awesome seeing the sunset while out fishing as we're usually back long before that on our normal am trips. [​IMG] [​IMG] content://media/external/file/11632
     
  2. Erawk

    Erawk Get bent!

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    Thanks for the report. How was the grade on the yf? Pics aren't loading for me.
     
  3. SpoonerMcGavin

    SpoonerMcGavin Newbie

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    Here is one of the images: [​IMG]

    Nice tunas! Thanks for the info
     
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  4. OneMoreDave

    OneMoreDave Newbie

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    Nice job Ryan! glad to see you getting out there and getting on the board. see you at the draft.-David.
     
  5. mike82

    mike82 Well-Known "Member"

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    Them some purdy fish! If I lived in diego id love going out on a whim for a few hrs. Thats super cool.
     
  6. Troy

    Troy Under the Radar

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    Nice. Headed out in an hour for the pm shift. Thx for report.
     
  7. @-EZ

    @-EZ Fail, try again.

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    Congrats and thanks for the info.
     
  8. Rambizzle

    Rambizzle Newbie

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    Yeah I'm not too good with loading pictures but the grade was probably 18-22 lb. If we would have been able to stay with that school of porpoise we could have put more on the boat. In retrospect it would have been wise to have the person not hooked up to constantly keeping a visual on the direction of the porpoise
     
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  9. Reel hip

    Reel hip Meet my "Well known Member"

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    Live and learn. You got 2 enjoys them! Not bad for a half day at work
     
  10. PrimoCut

    PrimoCut Homegrown Fishing

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    Nice fish Rambeau!
     

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