wonder why the overnight fleet doesnt hit it up then, they most likely know they are there. that's prime overnight range
I talked to some of the deck hands up there and it's try for yellows or white seabass for a an hour or two and then fill the sacks with rockfish. That's there bread and butter.wonder why the overnight fleet doesnt hit it up then, they most likely know they are there. that's prime overnight range
Their was fish on the Osborne last week, two of my friends fish it last Wednesday on two different boats, They seen quite a show and only one of the 2 boats boat hooked one and got chewed off on 60lb test after 1 hour fighting it. The following day it was a desert out their with the same two boats fishing all day out their. However they didn't even spend ant time fishing at night, It could of been a game changer if they stuck it out! The majority of the fish on the Mackerel bank and N & N/W of it has been primarily a night bight on the bigger fish and pretty slow in the day with little to no Signs of them in the day time. You gotta put the time in and work for them.I wouldn't be surprised if they are at the osborne now
I Guarantee you there's fish off Santa Cruz as I speak, Could be as close as 8 miles off the beach and out past the Islands. The Problem is their is not enough boats out looking for them and if the fish are down during the day and active at night, It makes it even harder to locate them!Talk around Ventura is there hunting BFT around the Channel Island.