Cowcod and BSB bonanza, great on the BBQ, 7/6 and 7/7.

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  1. FloMar

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    That's exactly how I hook all my fish. LOL!

    Had a few days and went Halibut fishing.
    Absolutely great bait (sardines) from Marina Del Rey Sportfishing both mornings, had decent slime on'em too.
    Yesterday at 7:30 AM, 60 feet, 27 inches and 8 pounds.
    Today at 7:45 AM, 78 feet, 28.5 inches and 10 pounds.
    I guess the only other thing I'm willing to add is had to kick motor in-n-out of gear in early AM each day.
    Listened to an Opera at Burton Chase park last night while dining and relaxing.
    It was pretty good stuff even though I prefer my music louder and more abrasive.
    I appreciate everyone heading offshore, go get those Tuna!

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    Thats the right kind of net!


    What........I thought we could exchange recipes?
    :eek2:

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    John,

    Good to see that you still remember how to find the Halibut.

    Asher/Finaddict
     
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    I might be searching for the same kind this Sunday in LA Harbor with my son.

    Thanks for the report. "Power drifting" can be a pain in the butt, but a necessary evil when there's no wind. Gotta cover some ground one way or another.
     
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    The BSB you're holding is the perfect size for the BBQ! MMMMMMMMM tasty!
    Generally, I use garlic cloves strategically placed in a BSB steak, basted with olive-oil and pepper, topped-off with Artichoke and Asparagus and big squid tentacles all grilled and lathered with butter and garlic. Dessert is fresh RAW Bluefin!

    I also see the topwater jig locked and loaded. :Zombie_Ro
     
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    I didn't find many Asher, but when I did they were all hooked, netted, and tagged, well except for these 2 little ladies that were kept, and sure glad nobody else was around on a weekday at 730 in the morning. John.
     
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    Well good luck this weekend Glendon, and good luck to your Son also. John.
     
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    They taste best when you grill them next to a Bald Eagle breast nothing like it
     
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    Nice job!? Question I might be :Smoke_Emoticon: but I thought you mentioned COW COD?????
     
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    Always better with Garibaldi sauce.
     
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    Works for me, congrats John!
     
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    Thats got nothing on a good peppercorn Condor with mango chutney :drool:
     
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    Beer battered and deep fried . . . Cowcod makes an excellent Taco base, home made Pico, some slaw/cabbage, a lime, and your drink of choice, times X Tacos and X drinks. Funny thing everyone thinks I'm kidding about this, well kills 2 fish with one ganglion, whatcha gunna do!? Come to think of it I substitute Wahoo when I have neither species, or as Randy would say . . . . HooWa.
     
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    Wtf is going on around here
     
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    Do tell?
     
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    Is there a law against cooking Cowcod, or BSB for that matter?
    I think it's a possession factor, 99%, and I get that.
    I guess the real question you would ask is how does one obtain these fish legally?

    Where is that CLUB a Seal video? I need to find it . . . that'll keepya busy for awhile!!
     
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    I'm guessing that Sheephead you're holding is 30+ plus pounds, mind if I ask how big it was?
     
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    We didn't weigh it but if I had to guess of say 13-15
     
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    Silly fuckers!:D
     
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    Fuck the great news on this thread is that there are butts in the bay. Place has been a ghost town for years!

    Nice job John.

    I love my CC panko and fried please...
     

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