Horseshoe reds

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by sacman, Jun 1, 2019.

  1. sacman

    sacman Newbie

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  2. Azarkon

    Azarkon I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Nice catch interesting they’re that shallow
     
  3. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Cory Visser
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    Now that's some great looking fish tacos! Fine job guys.
     
  4. muletrain

    muletrain Well-Known "Member"

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    mark
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    Nicely done

    Enjoy your bounty

    Thanks for sharing
     
  5. bazzturd

    bazzturd I fish in the ocean, not the internet

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    Brian
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    I did the same on Thursday. It's the only thing going on out there right now. Cat had the yellows going the last few days but I didn't want to make the run over. I got a #12 BSB in 260' of water too, C&R of course. I thought I had a nice ling, but oh well.
     
  6. karlow

    karlow Twins 2017

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    Duarte/Covina
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    karl
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    I went out with Joe on his Tracker on Sunday. The plan was to fish outside the outer rigs form the red fish. We picked up some deans with plans to troll for some local YT as well. We were having a hard time scratching up a bite on what were some good spots a few weeks back. We decide to join some boat working closer to the rigs. There was one boat with some Vietnamese guys who were killing it! As it turned out, they were fishing live squid and it was working. The frozen and cut bait that we had been using was not doing too much. Those nice guys passed us about 15 squirters and that did the trick! Its called candy for a reason. It pays to be nice out there! Steamed Chinese style snapper is back on the menu boyz!

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  7. tranandya

    tranandya Fishy

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    Andy
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    Nice catch! just curious what did you use for bait?
     
  8. Azarkon

    Azarkon I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Noticed that too, local rock fish super spoiled on live squid and refuse worse bait. Too bad it’s like $50 for 30 pieces.
     
  9. r8rs4lf

    r8rs4lf I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Looks like cocktails were flowing as well?
     
  10. karlow

    karlow Twins 2017

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    karl
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    Soups on!
    Not a good pic.
    I will try again on Tue!
    A few week ago they were eating really bad squid and fresh cut. This Sunday not so much. They were also full of tiny shrimp.

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