Catching my first Spotfin Croaker with Shrimp

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  1. DogDudeDrone

    DogDudeDrone Newbie

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    Thanks for joining me, I made a little video of my trip and I hope you enjoy it! I have only been fishing for 1 year so I am no teacher, but in this video I show you what I have learned works using the dropshot with dropper loop technique. This technique is well known, and for myself has been successful for bay bass, rockfish, halibut and now spotfin croaker apparently! If there is anything incorrect or any advice your willing to share, I greatly appreciate it. As much as I love fishing I love filming as well, I try to be informative but also entertain. Fishing is becoming a new passion for myself, but filming and creating videos was my major in school and I love piecing my trips together after a long day of filming. Take care and tight lines.

     
  2. Steveo77

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    That’s a good size model. Congrats
     
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  3. maxpowers

    maxpowers Well-Known "Member"

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    nice spotfin. if you have time, you can make or buy a ghost shrimp pump then head to fiesta island or almost anywhere in mission bay and pump up some ghosties. They are killer bait for corbina, yellowfin croaker and spotfin croaker.
     
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    I have this in the back of my mind, one day I will for sure.
     

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