Dana Point Yellowtail

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by BzBoys, Feb 4, 2015.

  1. BzBoys

    BzBoys Member

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    Left Dana point harbor this morning around 8am and headed straight down to box canyon. Once we got there we started marking fish right away. There are a good amount of fish still down there and with little boat pressure we were able to get them to bight. Found a nice patch of fish, dropped the jigs and Bam double hookup on the wind up. Hooked both fish around 150-180 feet. Got one on the scrambled egg Salas 6x using the Accurate Fury 600xn and the other on a Mint pattern salas 6x Jr using the Accurate Fury 500n. Put both fish in the boat and headed back in to make it to class on time.

    Get out there, don't be afraid to stray away from the fleet and find your own school of fish.



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  2. duckbutter6a

    duckbutter6a Florida man living in SoCal

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  3. Bigsurfer

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    Full moon bite looks to be picking up. Wanted to make it out tomorrow but unfortunately cannot. Nice forkies!
     
  4. loreto1234

    loreto1234 LOBO

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    Turn and burn. NICE!!
     
  5. Paddyman1

    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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    Nice work guys!
     
  6. 26grumpy

    26grumpy who hooked who

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    Rocked it!!!!
     
  7. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Classic Tails and in shallower water too,fine job!
     
  8. sleepwiththefishes

    sleepwiththefishes Member

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    SPLENDID JOB
     
  9. slydawg

    slydawg Always wishin' I was fishin'

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    Not sure if that is the case, as he is fishing in 228', but the fish are suspended at 150-180'. Atleast, that's how I'm interpreting this. Either way, fine job!
     
  10. Second Row

    Second Row You Should Have Been Here Yesterday

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    Nice meter marks.. FYI.. they make longer gaffs.
     
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  11. finishright

    finishright Well-Known "Member"

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    that makes class more doable
     
  12. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Missed that on the screen, just went by the depths they thought they hooked the fish in?
     
  13. steelhead88

    steelhead88 Marriage is not a word; it is a sentence!

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    Well done, now clean your fish finder, ha ha!
     

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