Fort Bragg albacore run Wednesday

Discussion in 'Northern California Fishing Reports' started by karlk1125, Aug 25, 2014.

  1. karlk1125

    karlk1125 Well-Known "Member"

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    Sea shift and I will be splashing at 0300...is anyone else running?
     
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  2. OTHGV

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    Very jealous!
     
  3. karlk1125

    karlk1125 Well-Known "Member"

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    Bill I might need an extra hand shoot me a text if you could make it
     
  4. stella marina

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    Karl we are heading out tomorrow HMB 3:00 am. Hopefully I'll have some good news for Ya.
     
  5. cabo jon

    cabo jon Carey-On

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    Andrew, I hope you get em, but I think you should work on the WSB instead. The water just does not look right. I hope im wrong. Check info on the other site. Good luck to you if you run sir.
     
  6. EurekaMarc

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    I may end up in Bragg for weds and thurs runs if the wind forecast isn;t backed off for a run from Eureka Karl.

    Marc
     
  7. OTHGV

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    I'm soooo busy at work! I booked this Friday in SAn Diego but called and cancelled. Bummed but gotta work....still August is the good news.
     
  8. OTHGV

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    Really really appreciate Karl!
     
  9. karlk1125

    karlk1125 Well-Known "Member"

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    Absolutely!
    Good luck! I got a report that a guy looking for albacore caught 6 BFT...some bft would be epic!
    Marc...I've heard 2 real good reports from around the 39 line. I think its gonna explode off Bragg. Let me know if you go...I'm posting on HTC send me a pm there I'd love to either run together/coordinate an attack.
     
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  10. Bigeasy

    Bigeasy yeah, yeah!

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    39 line looks good and the 40 is even better! Wow! Wish I could go! Good luck out there!
     
  11. catchabigone

    catchabigone Fair is fair. Donate Life. Be an organ donor

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    I just don't see the right weather for my boat. IF the wind does come up that mixed swell could be a real pain and for 60 miles I will wait for window with less swell. Maybe they will come 6 miles from the Cove in sept like the last few years. I am going mooching.
     
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  12. johndtuttle

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    Good luck guys! Be safe out there and bloody the decks! ;)
     
  13. OTHGV

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    What I see on tempbreak looks like Monterey is about to explode!
     
  14. OTHGV

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    37/143....... Wow
     
  15. cabo jon

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    143? You must have a ton of fuel on board!
     
  16. brokeass boater

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    Hope you can find them in numbers Karl. We ran to the break, 39.42x125.12 and trolled out to 125.28, about 80 mi out yesterday, 270 heading out of Noyo.The fish were in the cooler water, the warm water was dead for us. only a couple other boats out there with us and they came out of the cove. 211 miles total in 13 1/2 hrs. One nice hog and one double dropped to a newbie and tangle, two short strikes on the shotgun rod. The other two boats had about the same results, 3 or 4 fish in the box for them. Its a crazy year for us in the north, in a bad way, The warm water moved in a lot and fast during the day up there, and is still sliding south. I'm thinking Bodega may be happening soon,,,gregg
     
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  17. OTHGV

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    123.... Ya that would take a extra 4-5 gallons of gas.
     
  18. brokeass boater

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    Brand new Hews pilothouse w/honda 250,,2.5-2.8 gpm. at one point heading back in there was a stretch of flat water, Dwayne ran up to 43 mph for a few miles. That new Honda is so quiet and smooth, and just sips fuel,,,gregg
     
  19. Bigeasy

    Bigeasy yeah, yeah!

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    2.5 to 2.8 mpg is a dream! I would need a couple of guys with paddles assisting and the wind at my back to get 2 mpg! So, did y'all get'em?
     

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