Catalina Island- great fishing until--

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by emarquez4, Sep 2, 2017.

  1. South County

    South County Newbie

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    I miss the old days. watching my Uncle Steve knock guys out for being aholes and having no respect. Now the aholes call the cops and cry like ....well you know, enough said. Thanks for the report:rockin:
     
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  2. Cago

    Cago Member

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    Haha now that's funny.
     
  3. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Suck is life on a holiday weekend at Catalina. Glad you put some fish on the boat.
     
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  4. Paddyman1

    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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    When people get too close, at the very least, I have them serve me a cold beer. :cheers::hali_olutta::beerbang:

    Catalina can be tough for boat pressure. It is one of the largest islands off the left coast in warmer waters, not to mention approaching the last major US summer holiday weekend. Look at the bright side...

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  5. plj46

    plj46 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    You must have a little dick,how do you piss into a water balloon ?
     
  6. eddiefishtaco

    eddiefishtaco Well-Known "Member"

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    Next time when fishing with so many boats around you and you got a yellow, hide the rod, put the tip down into the water, fight it with drags mostly have your buddies stand between you and the other boat facing at them, blocking you. No yelling like girls do, it's a circus outhere with plenty of clowns. Have fun with them fool them like you do the fish
     
  7. finaddict1

    finaddict1 Newbie

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  8. mullet

    mullet Metal Fabricator

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    ^^^^ And your point is ?
     
  9. Paddyman1

    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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    Hilarious, Jim! Can't stop laughing. Maybe it's those special, slimey-coated water balloons they sell in the pharmacy. :eek:
     
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  10. monster1

    monster1 Typical striper owner

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    Think I'm going to bring bananas and throw them in their boat when they get too close.
     
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  11. Pgnracr

    Pgnracr Member

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    Ya that looks about right. Not ideal but it's not ideal !! Try like they said on squid beds for WSB they will get out fenders!!!! Lol
     
  12. bricktop27

    bricktop27 Member

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    That's funny!
     
  13. Ulua_93h

    Ulua_93h Member

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    You think you have it bad. These guys follow me every weekend....

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  14. seadancer

    seadancer Member

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    That's not too close for yellowtail fishing at island. The island local skiffs often move in very closer to one another. They were all much closer to me earlier this season on back side Cat and we were all catching 25-35# yellows. More chum in water and all of us working together. Nobody lost fish due to another boat in close. Anchor lines can be an issue but it's usually your own that big yellows find and wrap around. In over 50 years of fishing west coast I've never seen another boat "shut-down" fishing. Fish are chasing bait schools and that's why they generally disappear, unless you chum heavily and can keep them around.
     
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  15. apogee

    apogee My name is Apogee and I am a Squidaholic

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    Catalina used to be kind of a good place to get away from the crowds. Those days are dead and stinking. San Clemente Island (SCI) is crowded now. If there is any bite going on at all SCI turns into a zoo. There is so much boat traffic anymore plus a lot of guys are way offshore in bass boat and such..What happened? ....Ap
     
  16. monster1

    monster1 Typical striper owner

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    They have quite the rep on one of the Facebook pages. Apparently they like to fish in party boat chumlines too. I ran into them at the breakwall one day in Pedro. Classy people.
     
  17. BrokeLoser

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    You must have a giant pee-hole if you can't piss in a balloon. I didn't land one on your deck did I?
     
  18. yellowfish26

    yellowfish26 Totally Nude 24/7

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    The population increased, lack of respect and knowledge ot "the rules of the road" increased, intelligence decreased, technology improved a ton so it's real easy to get numbers for at least the basic spots and be able to get to them. All that said, it's also the Internet. As soon as someone posts up numbers or in some cases just a direction and distance to where they found them they don't realize how many people just got radar lock on that spot or area and will be all over it the next day, and the traveling shit show lives on. I like helping folks out but the rules have changed
     
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  19. finaddict1

    finaddict1 Newbie

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    Too close for hooked fish running away from the boat.

    That's the problem with assholes. Everyone has at least one.
     
  20. Marlinman10

    Marlinman10 Member

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    Your exactly right. If you took away the technology for the weekend and sent people out to find fish by just looking at the conditions there would be a whole lot less experts.
     
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