Limits of Browns 5/1

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by flyliner, May 1, 2010.

  1. dawg418

    dawg418 Newbie

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    Nice job. Jenn, really nice. It's funny how the ladies always show the guys up when they come along. Hmmmmmmmmmm.
     
  2. umoa

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    very cool! try a 8" mac next time to get through the rock fish!
     
  3. zanegler

    zanegler Bomboy Lures Are Money!

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    Not to get too off-track, but there may be a science-based explanation for getting your hat handed to you by your gal. L-Lysine is an amino acid that all humans produce and is excreted onto their hands. It is a known repellant to fish. Well, apparently women produce less of this enzyme, so the baits they touch contain less of this fish repellant.

    Even if this is b.s., it sure makes a handy excuse. You could do an unofficial study and the next time she is starts catching more fish than you, have her bait your hook a few times and see what happens.

    Then don't forget to report back on if you notice anything significant.

    I saw Jen in my Norcal edition of WON last week. She was in a special on Baja. Chicks who fish are the best kind of chicks.
     
  4. Fishingguy

    Fishingguy I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Awesome work. You guys are starting to be the in all the mags and newspapers!

    Great work!

    always putting in your dues....
     
  5. flyliner

    flyliner @therealflyliner

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    That's funny. I don't really care if it's true or not, as long as it gets Jenn to bait me up from now on. :rofl:

    I will let you know how the study goes.
     
  6. GregAndrew

    GregAndrew Well-Known "Member"

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    A buddy of mine had a nickname for those "YBRF" for yummy brown rock fish. He swore that they were the best tasting fish around, and the moniker stuck with me. They fight more like a bass than a rock fish. Congrats to you both!
     
  7. Capt Dave

    Capt Dave Newbie

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  8. MarktheShark56

    MarktheShark56 Well-Known "Member"

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    Might wanta edit those pics. Fishing regs prohibit gaffing any undersized fish. Not preaching, just trying to help everybody stay legal and out of trouble!
     
  9. makairaa

    makairaa I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    First of all the post is 9 years old. Second pretty sure that is a scale being used to hold the fish not a gaff
     
  10. MarktheShark56

    MarktheShark56 Well-Known "Member"

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    Ha ha! That's pretty funny! Didn't even notice that was almost 10-yr-old post! I think you're right about the scale too. On second look, it looks like just being used to prop the mouth open.
     

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