Epic Halibut Bite !!!

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by fishkiller1, Oct 10, 2011.

  1. Reuben

    Reuben Well-Known "Member"

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    Thats going to be my new rule! The first 40 lbs of halibut, seabass, or lobsters is mine and the crew can split anything over that. Nice Rule! I like it!

    Dude! Serious halibut honey hole. So whenever he needs to feed 40-50 people he just goes to his spot and slams like 8-10 big ass hali's? Damn! What a honey hole. Im just trying to catch one like that and i suck and cant get it done! WTG!
     
  2. fishkiller1

    fishkiller1 Member

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    We have all fished with Victor for years and he is always more than generous with his catch. We usually split everything up evenly. There was more than enough fish for his party and we all took home a butt load of fish.
     
  3. Munnster

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    Way to go on the 'buts!
     
  4. SeaHawk IV

    SeaHawk IV Well-Known "Member"

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    Now that's talent. Congrats.
     
  5. ISLAND BOUND

    ISLAND BOUND Well-Known "Member"

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    They would laugh at me for a different reason, I suck at halibut fishing
     
  6. lingkiller

    lingkiller Newbie

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    Wow. That may be the best halibut report ive seen in socal....
     
  7. Carl

    Carl Bridesmaid,,,,,,,Again

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    x2.....:eek2:......I think I would have "accidently" jettisoned the hoops and continued Hali fishing. I've fished a lot of hali and never had a day like that....
     
  8. DaGoose

    DaGoose Go pound sand

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    EPIC AND SWEEEET!!!!!

    Heck, you probably got a couple lbs of cheek meat too. Days like that are way special.

    Congrats and thanks for sharing.

    Tight Lines,

    Rick

    PS: What's the countdown until someone hops in and says you caught too many?????
     
  9. 1seadog

    1seadog Newbie

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    Thanks for kind word'S . Its taken lots of time on the water and learning the difernt aspects of the Halibut its likes and dislikes and I only take what we need .As Nathan said We left them bitting
     
  10. umoa

    umoa silent

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    am i the only one who doesn't think this is fishing?

    THATS FUCKING CATCHING!
     
  11. Tvdan

    Tvdan Captain

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    way to go Victor, now i get it, you play in your small boat and you fish in your big boat. LOL! I need to hear more about how you target these fish. Nice job my friend.
     
  12. MAUINOKAOI

    MAUINOKAOI Wishin' I was Fishin'

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    EPIC BUTTS!
     
  13. paintball4less

    paintball4less Newbie

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    WTG, gents!! Did you guys even farmed any...?
     
  14. fishkiller1

    fishkiller1 Member

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    We missed a few but left them biting
     
  15. Surg

    Surg Expert Marine Electronics

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    Wow, Victor sure has Butt fishing dialed in. Nice catch bro.
     
  16. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Holy shit, what a haul! Way to go guys!
     
  17. AWC360

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    Nice haul
     
  18. DeVo

    DeVo Well-Known "Member"

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    Very nice!!!
     
  19. HBfisherman

    HBfisherman H2

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    Nice fishing!

    You going to reveal the method you guys used to catch these things?
     
  20. DpRes

    DpRes Kayak Killah

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    Do you really need that much halibut??? Send some this way :waglleybooty:
     

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