1. karlow

    karlow Twins 2017

    Location:
    Duarte/Covina
    Name:
    karl
    Boat:
    20' skippy Topless /17' whaler Wet Ride (sold) /18' Outrage
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    I went to the shoe today with epic bass bites dancing in my head! It was not so epic for me. I fished three different spots in 75 and 85 ft. The meter looked good.
    I did nail about 10 bass with maybe 3 over 14". Today's tides did not look great, but they were OK. What worked best was Lal's clear with red 4" with the 1.5oz red head. Yep most bites were on the fall. I did not get bit unless I was down to maybe 60 ft. Maybe I needed that 15 and 12 lb floro, or another 20 ft of water or a rubber boat! I fished three sections of crab pots. Yea I caught one of them too. I have some more spots to fish in the finder now! It was a great day on the water, a bit of solo bass action for me.
    See ya on the water boyz.

    FYI at davies someone weighed in a 16lb tail from the shoe.
     
  2. findtuna

    findtuna Member

    Location:
    OC
    Name:
    James
    Boat:
    Blackman 20' pilot house
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    Not a bad day of fishing imo. Hope they r still biting tomorrow.
     
  3. SeaHawk IV

    SeaHawk IV Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    SGV, United States of America
    Name:
    Al
    Boat:
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    Invite Lal with you to show you how he gets it done.
     
  4. Tuna Vic

    Tuna Vic I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Whittier California
    Name:
    Victor
    Boat:
    18ftC/CWellcraft Calico Time II
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    At least you got a few,also I’d say that rubber boat has a little more experience than you do,just keep at it,and as time goes by you’ll see your numbers continue to climb! Wtg
     
  5. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Diamond Bar, Ca 91765
    Name:
    Cory Visser
    Boat:
    N/A
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    Good effort, Bass bites are often unpredictable, here today gone tomorrow, come back in a couple of hours with better conditions, That's why you need numerous stones and structure to cover, while waiting for the bite to begin.
     
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  6. pacificscout

    pacificscout Hey! You got any frozen ice?

    Location:
    fullerton
    Name:
    Wally
    Boat:
    16ft Scout EMBUSTERO
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    It’s you.
    :-)
     
  7. Steveo77

    Steveo77 Steveo77

    Location:
    Rancho Cucamonga CA
    Name:
    Steve
    Boat:
    Grumpy
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    Sounds like a good day to me.
     

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