La Jolla backup plan 5/29

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by Rod69, May 29, 2019.

  1. Rod69

    Rod69 Newbie

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    Roddey Blunt
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    62.5 degree off colored water not much in the way of current or bird life. Decent Vermillion on some stones in 200 feet . Jig with whole squid worked well. Yellows on the graph just not time......some diarrhea colored water on the way in front of the pier almost looks red tide.

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  2. ror_sal

    ror_sal "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken"

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    Thanks for the LJ report. Nice red!
     
  3. bazzturd

    bazzturd I fish in the ocean, not the internet

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    I'm afraid we are in for a red tide year. Water around HB is all red tide looking too. I surfed this morning and it looks red tide like up here. Cross our fingers it ain't so and it is just from all that wind. We need a big south to push it out.
     
  4. Cafacrafta

    Cafacrafta Newbie

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    What’s a red tide and what does that do ?
     
  5. the SLIDER

    the SLIDER https://multimediabylj.com

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    Cool to see the glow in the dark neon prop wash and ocean surf at night.

    Being positive.
     
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  6. chachi10

    chachi10 Newbie

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    It is an algea bloom that stains the water with a murky red/brown color. Doesn't actually have anything to do with tides. Just a big patch of water ripe with algea
     
  7. bazzturd

    bazzturd I fish in the ocean, not the internet

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    Kills the inshore bite. Usually proliferates during cooler water years that have shitty weather to accompany.
     

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