July 21 302 area

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by EOD_MARINE, Jul 21, 2009.

  1. EOD_MARINE

    EOD_MARINE Newbie

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    Ryan
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    We left MB at 06:30 for the 302, the bait had a bad case of the swine flu. Found a large paddy 2 miles west of our numbers with large dorado schooling around the boat, the paddy was loaded with bait and they were not interested in the dines at all, we tried chunks that also failed. trolled to the 230 with not so much as a strike. found several other paddies with no takers. almost hit 1 whale and 1 mola. Game over. 80 miles. no fish.
     
  2. fleyeline

    fleyeline Petroleum Consumer

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    That sucks. Sounds like all of my many offshore trips this season. Redemption is coming.
     
  3. mc08066

    mc08066 Newbie

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    You should get out on the water as fast as possible, like say tomorrow.
    Things are going to explode out there.
     
  4. fleyeline

    fleyeline Petroleum Consumer

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    That sounds rather tempting...seriously considering it. I will be at MB early in the morning on the beach soooo....if the water looks good, it might be a go.
     
  5. mc08066

    mc08066 Newbie

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    What kills me is boats are seeing the fish. It's like a light switch. It could easily turn on. Right spot, right time and it goes off. Now if boats weren't seeing anything, now that would suck. But your talking about lots of farming going on with the bigger models of Yellows. Weather looks good for Wednesday and Thursday. Just think how up and down the weather was last week.
     
  6. Robin Hood

    Robin Hood Newbie

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    How was the weather??? Did it start to pick up?
     
  7. Alfred

    Alfred KIK-N-BAK

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    The weather was excellant all day long . It looked like it wanted to pick up around 11 to 2 but stayed down. Radio dope was same from everyone, Dodo, yellow tail and a albie or so. Some real big male Dodo's out there. Watch out for the whales. Take your swimming trunks, the water is up to 70 degs. If you have a spear gun and are not of raid of swimming with jaws, go for it.
     
  8. jdemaio

    jdemaio Newbie

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    When that happens, that's time to jump in with the speargun!
     
  9. ReconDoc242

    ReconDoc242 Dude on the mountain...

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    Amen
     
  10. twice bit

    twice bit Member

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    Mike Hill
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    Its hit or miss right now, what we need is a big hurricane down south to give the fish a big push.
     

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