Bluefin bite all day @43 (except for us)

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by Fishinjunkie, Sep 5, 2017.

  1. bajabills

    bajabills Well-Known "Member"

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    Forget the rubber boots, I need a rubber suit......
    Here we go again...

    Ok if you buy my books , I will throw in a free
    Sport fishing regulation book, just pay for my shipping and handling charges.

    But wait... act in the next 30seconds and you will receive a free cod descender just pay shipping and handling. All organic, but we don't guarantee the cods eyeballs will ever be the same......oh too late.

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  2. oh da shiz

    oh da shiz did you say go pheeesh

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    Actually, the boat I fish salt out of does have one on it because I put it there. If my memory serves me correct, as of 3/1/17 anyone who fishes for rock fish is required to have one per the new DFW regs.

    I've got no words for you last statement except, quit while you're ahead :doh:
     
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  3. Fishinjunkie

    Fishinjunkie Well-Known "Member"

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    Selling e-book is not going to make me rich. This was a fun side project that I wanted to do for a long time. With the opportunity of a great catch, I decided to finally write the e-book. It's all about timing! If I really wanted to make money I would've listed my e-book for $20 instead of $7. For only $7 some people would find my info useful. Can't satisfy everyone right? If you don't find the info useful maybe learning new recipes from the e-book is for you. Heck, maybe I'll just give away my e-book just for a day so members here can read it and judge for themselves. What I can guarantee is you will walk away with some knowledge that you didn't know before. It could be tips and techniques, gear selection, or recipes. The $7 doesn't even cover the cost of my time and effort to write the book and get it published. Maybe you should write your own e-book Croaker_King since you're a :frehya2: and know so much.
     
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  4. longboard85

    longboard85 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I understand that rockfish will be caught by accident while fishing the ff or sinker rig while on the high spot. I was more concerned that they were properly released but by the sounds of it they were not. Also I do own a descending device and it's on my boat always I use it when fishing yellows with the yoyo between January and march!
     
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  5. sdjfish

    sdjfish Deck Ape

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    Fishinjunky we can all read and remember Shi$# between the pages of this thread. Take it and move on.
     
  6. Azarkon

    Azarkon I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    In Oregon and Washington, not in California. Although I wouldn't mind having the rule here, but I doubt it'd actually help and I don't think we'll get anything out of it.
     
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  7. kindafishy

    kindafishy I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    so theres a cow tuna bite happening on the bottom in 400'??? :D no wonder i cant get bit....
     
  8. Croaker_King

    Croaker_King Legendary Plier Werks

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    Yup... as you read he deployed the kite to fish it too
     
  9. Long Beach Bob

    Long Beach Bob Member

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    There is an old saying:" Those who can, do; those who can't, become instant critics.....or, as my friend Rodney would say, "Can't we all just get along?.....
     
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  10. luckyfisher7

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    I hear those rockfish from the 43 cow cod conservation zone cook up real nice.
     
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  11. cccccbass

    cccccbass retired comerical fisherm

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    I Think the new handle "Except for us" works!
     
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  12. calbrewguy

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    If I'm not mistaken it's 43 fathoms.
     
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  13. ZZZZZ

    ZZZZZ natural born jig slingers

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    Hi dude The people who created this board have a obligation and responsibility to disapprove of certain activities when it's posted on their site that they are responsible for monitoring. These boards are also monitored by the fish powers to be. This road leads to know where good. We understand mistakes and casualties will happen but I suggest not broad casting it across the World Wide Web on another persons website. It's a respect thing. And if your going to post about it post a tutorial on proper release would be more appropriate and useful. I would delete it bro. No worries, you have proved to us you have thick skin and can take a ribbing. Now would be a good time for it to go bye bye :)
     
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  14. Navy_AC_Brady

    Navy_AC_Brady Newbie

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    I was on the Tribute at the same time and they were descending all the rockfish pulled up.
     
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  15. Croaker_King

    Croaker_King Legendary Plier Werks

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    Nice! It's all about doing the right thing so that our fisheries can get back to the way they were so we can all enjoy them.
     
  16. the SLIDER

    the SLIDER https://multimediabylj.com

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    Apparently the more you post it will be harder to get the 7 bills.

    Hey wait, aren't you the guy who's thread had the huge BF a week and a half ago?

    What happened?
     

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