Discussion in 'Used Boating Accessories For Sale' started by Jonathan Jensen, Mar 21, 2016.
What kind of bait are you talking about........ sardines?
The unknown fisherman
Flow. Not all marinas have proper flow to keep bait alive. Inner marinas in mission bay are no go. I know from experience.
The bait in mine tends to change with the color of the tank..I don't know if it's all in my head but after the bait gets transferred from my receiver to my boat bait tank it seems to lighten up over time and then darken back up after it's been in the receiver. I keep my receiver under my dock in the dark between the floats most of the time . After the bait color changes I bought dark grey bilge coat paint for the inside of my tanks and have just never gotten around to painting the inside of my tanks. Last spring I had some big healthy anchovies that were a real deep dark purple after being in the receiver a couple days.my son did really well on the halibut in the harbor on those baits. I seams to me that the harbor caught green smelt we catch in the harbor here on the mainland out perform the local smelt when fishing catalina I have noticed a lot of the new tanks going out of Pacific edge have a blue inside paint upgrade . I think they look cool and I believe they work but what do I know hope that helps
I played with the flow issue for years . I was in sunset channel in hunt harb. ( probably as bad as flow gets. For years I had a submersible kodiack pump wired to a battery and charger in my dock box that provided water movement. It seamed like I only needed this when the water was really warm at that time. Other things I learned were that anchovies and sardines did not usually do well.Mackerel and smelt cured well and once my kids had the ecosystem going I didn't need to run a pump. My son just brought to my attention he had a couple nice sand bass and spotted bay bass in in there too.on a couple occasions friends of my kids that we're visiting didn't see me pin the bass on their line when they weren't looking for a good first fish experience. After awhile all these fish were like pets.During times of heavy rain and higher water temps I removed the floats and sank the receiver down about about 2 feet. The fresh water and warm water tend to float on top of the cooler salt water and the fish appeared to do better.
Man, this guys post got rapped.
In that case...... Boom chic a boom.........
His name was Jonathen, last name Jensen, he put up a post, that was cool by most, then along came Drumford spouting his crap, and the next thing ya know, Jensens post got rapped
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The unknown fisherman
I just wish some one would wrap it up, and take it. Thats a good deal.
I have been trying to buy it but just haven't been able to get up to Glendale to get it. Anyone coming down to San Diego want to grab it for me? I buy you a scoop of bait!
Hi im interested in the receiver. Is it still available
Can the person that makes the receiver or someone that knows who does get me the contact info? I need a lid for the one I have.
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