Code Groups Cause Owners To Lose Boats!

Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by DOMINATOR, Oct 27, 2008.

  1. Jason

    Jason I break stuff @ BD Admin

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    So what is the codegroup 2 meter channel? :D.
     
  2. DOMINATOR

    DOMINATOR Newbie

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    Sorry Jason, no more 2 meter, its all sat phone dispatch now. Like worldwide Nextel.
     
  3. wakeupnride

    wakeupnride Newbie

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    no more Midland?:urno1:
     
  4. DOMINATOR

    DOMINATOR Newbie

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    Yeah, still have the low band, but it is computer programmed. Most iis the sat now.
     
  5. ZZZZZ

    ZZZZZ natural born jig slingers

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    Cool.

    What is in your breakfast burrito?

    What about after 60 miles?

    What is your myspace page?

    Any good boat worth its salt keeps itself in buisness.
     
  6. wakeupnride

    wakeupnride Newbie

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    Hey Pete, when you purchased Dominator did you stay in the same group the boat was already in or did you change groups and why?

    What Im getting at is does the code radio stay with the person or the boat? Im guessing when you bought Dominator, the skipper took his radio to his new boat and you had to either gain acceptence or find a new group, is that how it works?

    Also can you give ua a little break down as to which boats and capts are in which groups? Always wondered why some guys tend to group together besides the obvious reasons such as being friends and what not.

    Thanks dude, your the man on here!:appl:
     
  7. TurdRoller

    TurdRoller What happened?

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    after working overnight for 4 years, code groups only go so far (this is not always the case) most captains talk, and if not directly to each other, the dope gets around the dock pretty damn fast. a deckhand off one boat tells his buddy who cooks on another, he tells the 2nd captain and there it goes. it's not right or wrong, it's fishing. now i don't know much about the Long range code guys but as far as overnight goes, (almost always) everybody knows where everybody fished or is going to fish.
     
  8. Capt. G

    Capt. G BD Outdoors Contributor

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    DOMINATOR --

    I use to run a SeaWay (relief, in the 80's) that looks like your boat, called the Pacifica. I looked at your web page, and the boat looks like you fixed it up really nice.
     
  9. daddysgirl

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    ya know fifty years ago, when my dad came to Point Loma,...they didn't have all this crap about code groups...I remember that his shop stayed open seven days a week, 24 hours aday, selling fishing gear, etc...God Bless him...the guys down here just loved to fish and that was all it was about..not competing,not backstabbing, not being secretive etc...the fishing was so good back then, and that is because there wasn't such a big fleet, sucking up all of the fish...It is stupid, I think...it reminds me of a bunch of snobs, just trying to out do the other guy...and all for money. the bottom line...it's getting pretty snobby at the fishing docks also...so, I just know what I remember...and it sure it NOT the same as the 'good old days'...
     
  10. wahoodad

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    Sorry Annie, I have to disagree. Read Bill Poole's book for a look back at what it was really like.
    And code groups have been a way of life in fishing for many many years.
     
  11. Sluester

    Sluester I kill stuff

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    Look what you started David! LOL

    Maybe they could start a charterdope.com group and pay a 5g membership fee. :D
     
  12. fishnazzi

    fishnazzi Mostly just LURKING anymore...........

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    Hi Pete..............
     
  13. el capo

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    Just go fishing and quit whining about code groups.It will change nada.This is another stupid fucking thread.
     
  14. Kurt

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    Ugly girls need love too.


    Code groups :indabutt:


    Famous phrase going around

    Share the wealth
     
  15. BiggestT

    BiggestT I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    So did I and to this day I can't get over my fetish for the Brazilian waxing job.LOL
     
  16. wahoodad

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    Whoa whoa whoa! I didn't start anything. It was sent to me with a request to post it on the boards.
    Don't shoot me, I'm only the messenger.
     
  17. Saluki

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    Why are you doing some one elses dirty work?



    BD's not a Code Group.... he can log in and post for himself... nobody will black ball him for that. ;)
     
  18. Jason

    Jason I break stuff @ BD Admin

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    I kinda agree with Saluki. Tim needs to grow some balls and post his nastygrams himself.
     
  19. Professor

    Professor Well-Known "Member"

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    I just turn the VHF off (other than 16 for those stupid things like emergencies) most of the time. I use the Sat phone to call home. Left the VHF on today running up from Cedros today after 9 days, to listening to the Baja Ha Ha folks get organized. Now that’s funny! Cedros/Benitos fishing was great by the way (since you’re not in my code group I don’t have to give any more info or write reports.) Used to be some people to talk to and swap good info but that seems history.
     

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