BAJA BASS Catch

Discussion in 'The Bass Fishing Club' started by steelfish, Jul 23, 2009.

  1. steelfish

    steelfish the BBB, Baja Bass Boy..

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    if your dont mind, here I will put some Bass caught on BAJA most of them (if not all) caugh in the Californian gulf, at this side of the baja we dont have the big brothers sand bass or calico bass, but we do have spotted bass everywhere and a buch of "cochitos" triggerfish.

    Im totally new in fishing with plastics but I already had had some with swimbaits, this forum have a lot of tips from your reports that I need to put on practice soon as well as I need to try Pearl, TJW, BH, and more plastics, I will try to post as soon as I have more reports to show you some Baja bass catch.

    your are more than welcome to post here any of your of Bass caught on the Baja route pasific ocean or californian gulf.


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    Scorpion fish with a FW jig on the puertecitos area

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    caught on the surf with a 10ft rod, 10#line, 15# topshot and a 1/2oz mirrodine, just in front of "Huerfanito" island.

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    these were just in front of San felipe town, if you take your boat 40 mins drive to east (rockie point) is the Consag rock, nice fishing there if you havent tryied.
    that is a Frankenstein swimbait I made with a 6" plastic and 1.5oz jighead

    happy fishing from BAJA
     
  2. rdrrm8e

    rdrrm8e Fucking Stan

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    I've never seen the swivel to leadhead dealio....

    Thanks for the post!
     
  3. Dust Devil

    Dust Devil Newbie

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    Nice work!
     
  4. DENEK

    DENEK LIL' DENEK included

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    Looks like you good some good spottie fishing down there.
    Thanks for the report.
     
  5. steelfish

    steelfish the BBB, Baja Bass Boy..

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    sometimes I feel lazy when Im using straight spectra line and that was the only swivel on hand that day, not always tho ;)
     
  6. VITO

    VITO Newbie

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    eso es todo Alex
    try the Reebs lures you will like them!!
     
  7. steelfish

    steelfish the BBB, Baja Bass Boy..

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    hey Vito,

    glad to see you here, let's try those Reebs lures then!!

    saludos compa
     
  8. fishpainter

    fishpainter Pro bed wetter

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    The triggers take sandwich bites out of the plastics.Stick with the hardbaits.
     
  9. steelfish

    steelfish the BBB, Baja Bass Boy..

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    I know what you're saying matt

    same history everywhere
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    BTW, terrific paints you have on your website I love them all , specially the paint named "pig" of the spotted eating an octopus
     
  10. steelfish

    steelfish the BBB, Baja Bass Boy..

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    some weeks ago me & my family went fishing, I was after some spotties with soft plastics with no luck the whole day, my wife and kids were fishing with bait, they cought a lot of small spotties that were C&R, but there was one that make a small taptap on the bait and after some seconds she felt a BIG bite on the line so she make the hook up and screamed that she got a big one, then she reeled the line just to found out that she captured a cannibal toad spottie; curious, isnt it??

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    look the size of that mouth !!

    as you can see, another small spottie bit the bait first but then a big hungry one ate the whole small spottie, I have to say that the little one was stuck on the throat of the big one and was imposible to take it out fast enought to send them both back alive
     
  11. Capt. G

    Capt. G BD Outdoors Contributor

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    Years ago, when I was running the Freedom, and fishing the yearly 2 week showing of bluefin tuna at Black Rock (they still show there, btw) I saw a guy tie a 4 oz. pyramid sinker to his spinning outfit (he used it with the reel pointed up at the sky). He then attached a nylon covered, six inch wire leader to the eye of the sinker (not much separation, doncha think?).
    He went to the bow, and pinned on a "squid-o" (chunk of squid/squid ring).

    20 min. later, he was up on the bow, calling for a net (I think he meant gaff). I figured a batray.
    Nope.
    a 28 lb. bluefin tuna.
    Go figure.
     

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