Fishing Report From Punta Colonet Aboard The Chief

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by Tvdan, Mar 1, 2016.

  1. Tvdan

    Tvdan Captain

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    Dan Hernandez
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    Last weekend I hosted a 1.5 day fishing trip to Punta Colonet aboard the Chief. It was a fun trip with over 65 IMG_4335.jpg IMG_4373.jpg IMG_4349.jpg IMG_4362.jpg IMG_4342.jpg yellowtail and over 100 rock fish too. About half the yellows were take on live bait and the other half of jigs being yo-yo fished. I got lucky and landed the largest yellow of the trip, a 35 pounder on Magic Metal 4.5oz. in a mackerel pattern. The weather was a little bit rough, but everyone fished hard and it was a great fishing trip.
     
  2. strackle99

    strackle99 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Nice pic of you and Rambo.

    The seas don't look too bad in the pics.

    Glad you were able to put some nice YTs on the deck.
     
  3. MYNomad

    MYNomad Heading South

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    They never do -- even video looks calmer than what one remembers. Personally, I believe the pictures / video are more accurate, particularly with private boaters. You will often hear reports of 4 - 6 foot seas when bouy data shows 2- 3, which is enough to make a boat roll and pitch. I believe it is that sensation of rolling and pitching that causes people to misinterpret how big the seas actually are.
     
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  4. CAPTRANDEL

    CAPTRANDEL Member

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    Chris Randel
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  5. CAPTRANDEL

    CAPTRANDEL Member

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    The weather was good till mid day when it got breezy and the swell increased as we had a bumpy ride home till around 50 miles then got better.
     
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  6. tom cindric

    tom cindric Tom-broke-off

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    Nice fish/ pics. Is that Dan Hernandez in tbe back ground?
     
  7. walkerman

    walkerman I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Love the pic of the young boy with his yt. What a smile.
     
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  8. robaire

    robaire Angler

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    Uhhhhh,
    It's his report?!
     
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  9. Pgnracr

    Pgnracr Member

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    Too funny. It says I hosted a 1.5 day...... It even says TVDAN!!!!! RIF!!!
     

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