Where the fuq is Port Angeles and what are halibuts?
great Mako, love the tackle station !,I thought I lived there but not thinking like that this year: Not yet a bumper to bumper trail of rigs and boat trailers pouring into town.
At least I am ready this year. New Yamahas on the old Mako.
And a new tackle locker, no more clutter underfoot!
For the Rockpile:
great Mako, love the tackle station !,
i think you are so well organized, on the nasty weather days you should fish w me. I ran a similar Mako on lake Erie, they built them super well back then great Tomic collection there.....
Yea retired old grumpy bachelor here, plenty of time to myself. The Mako is an ongoing restoration project, it was a shame when I bought it 5 years ago. Had one of those old Mercs on it that was a constant problem, so I bit the bullet last year and bought the Yamahas. Wow! What a difference.His OCD levels are off the charts. Laurence you must be fucking jealous, or at least envious
The gear and bait used for halibut is typically too large to interest many yelloweye. Gear used to target other fish tends to be smaller and more interesting to the fishes that don't deal with barotrauma as well. I got the chance to participate in a NOAA rockfish/barotrauma catch and release study a few years back and the gear we used was really small. 4-5 inch grubs, the skinny ones that seemed more appropriate for sand dabs rather than 300 foot deep rockfish.I know what it means but I don’t understand how keeping a pacific cod or lingcod hurts yellow eyes? That makes zero sense to me.