Fisherman 1/3, Seal 2/3

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by Ful-Rac, Jun 14, 2016.

  1. Ful-Rac

    Ful-Rac Team Sewer!

    Location:
    Buena Park
    Name:
    Tony
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    Kayak
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    Fished aboard the Islander on one of their kayak Mothership trips to Clemente this past weekend. We got into yellows, bass, bonita...and all of the other miscellaneous stuff you catch there. The captain and crew did a fantastic job of making sure everybody was taken care of and happy. They worked their asses off loading and unloading all 22 or so kayaks all day long. I ended up with 5 yellows for the trip from 3#s to 20#s and would have had 6 yellows if not for mr seal...It would have been my biggest one for the trip, more than likely a 30# class fish.

    SEALS SUCK!


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  2. Shon

    Shon Fish til I can't fish no more

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    Redondo Beach/ Mammoth
    Name:
    Shon
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    Spirit of Adventure/ Pac Voyager
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    Islander is one of the top notch boats out there that you don't really hear too much about. It's a super comfortable boat and the crew is definitely top notch. Glad you got some fish, I hate seals!!!
     
  3. gved823

    gved823 Member

    Location:
    Lakewood
    Name:
    Gary
    Boat:
    Sold
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    Cool pic, heart breaking having those A Holes pinch your feesh. What worked? Any fish on iron?
     
  4. Paddyman1

    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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    Left Coast
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    Steve
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    This is why I used to keep a legal barracuda in the box to toss them a snotty treat while I real in the hamachi. I feel your pain, brother.
     
  5. bloodfart

    bloodfart gentleman asshole

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    san di egg oh (translation: a whale's vagina)
    Name:
    BF
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    yours
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    he didn't even leave the collar...sux
     
  6. GregAndrew

    GregAndrew Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    San Gabriel,Ca.,USA
    Name:
    Greg
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    T15 Kayak
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    Yes, great boat and crew that are always ready to put in the effort. I just about killed myself trying to catch up to Tony and get on top of his Sea Lion for about 15 minutes. I was a bit disappointed with the water visibility (for my UW video) and the lack of cooperative Halibut, but there were acres of YT and Bones around. Most were under 10lbs, but a few were nice, like this 32 lber.
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    That was the only fish I kept for the weekend, but it got me the jackpot (well, got the crew the jackpot anyway).
     
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  7. makairaa

    makairaa I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Philip Hunkins
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  8. 909MARIO

    909MARIO Well-Known "Member"

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    Mario
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    CABO 226 (Yamaha F250)
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    use a FULL AUTO air soft rifle with biodegradeable ammo. it works!
     
  9. bones321

    bones321 Newbie

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    Orange
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    Jimmy
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    I guess you can say that seal got the better half of you:rofl:

    Good report looks like you had fun.
     
  10. NGSD1

    NGSD1 Dreamer

    Location:
    Tempe San Diego
    Name:
    Nick
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    35 Cabo Express
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    And keep the ammo in the freezer just so it does not melt!
     
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