Malihini Offshore 3/26

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by bigcripe77, Mar 26, 2017.

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  1. FakeDuaneDiego

    FakeDuaneDiego Member

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    I love BASS rods! Perfect for this type of fishing!!!!

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  2. mandoman68

    mandoman68 Big Loco

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    So do you EVER fish? Lol
     
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  3. King Halibut

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    Good God - I'm ashamed for the dude in the picture, really?
    WTF Go trout fishing!
     
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  4. lazyfisherman

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    You're ashamed for the OP for going out fishing and catching the fish the captain put him on? We can't always control what we catch when on a cattle boat, but as long as nothing's going to waste, don't see an issue with it. Why not post up your own report and show us how you've done better?
     
  5. FakeDuaneDiego

    FakeDuaneDiego Member

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    I think his report is that his right nut sack itched slightly more than his left. He took the risk and scratched the right one for 3 more hours than the left. It worked out well for him.
     
  6. Lake

    Lake I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Thanks for the report. We've all been wondering what was up with the recent yellowtail counts. Now the bloody 1 pounder on page 2......
     
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  7. 2454 big mike

    2454 big mike Well-Known "Member"

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    IMG_1963.JPG This is what those little things grow into given the chance
     
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  8. Fishingguy

    Fishingguy I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Thanks for the report! Looks like you had a great time. The food pics look awesome! Collars are probably my favorite part of the yellowtail!
     
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  9. lynndeva

    lynndeva Fishing mom

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    oh lawd tell me that wasn't gaffed..if so, that deckhand has good accuracy for such a small target..
     
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  10. King Halibut

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    Hey Lazyfisherman - let me guess you're the conservationist who keeps short halibut, calico bass, sculpin, and oh yea yellowtail because that was all there was to catch!
    Well dipshit, that picture is partially the reason that's all there is to catch. Let them grow up. Damn I hate short sighted peckerwoods who CHOOSE to kill everything they hook.
    Agreed some of the responsibility lies with the chicken shit captains who put people on SMALL fish just to fill their bag limits but fishermen should know better. I do, bet you don't!
    I know, "I paid good money to go fishing, blah, blah, blah I'm keeping what I catch F it", sound familiar?
    And by the way when I get back from my six day and my ten day I'll post some fish porn just for you.
     
  11. Azarkon

    Azarkon I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I think the problem is that most people don't have the $ to go on these trips...
     
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  12. FakeDuaneDiego

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    Keep your homosexual bunk encounters to yourself.
     
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  13. Azarkon

    Azarkon I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I also think the San Diego fleet's options are limited. The problem is they don't have much of a bottom fishing scene. Up north you see all the boats going out for bottom fishing in December, March, April, etc., but down there in San Diego their season lives and dies by surface action.

    Look at what was happening earlier in the year, when the entire San Diego fleet was basically sitting at dock while the boats up north were being sold out. You don't have to wonder why they're reporting limits of rats in this situation.
     
  14. Let em eat 74

    Let em eat 74 Well-Known "Member"

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    I totally get it. These little guys are typically so voracious they are hard to avoid at times but killing them just isn't good for our fishery. Catch and release allows you to have the tug on your line we all seek, but with the added bonus of doing the right thing in the end.
     
  15. Jiggermeister

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    Thanks for the post, I was wondering what grade they were catching this weekend. It's nice to see what exactly the fish counts were made of before deciding whether to go or not.
     
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  16. lazyfisherman

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    Sorry, but I let the small ones go. I'm just not a peckerwood that likes to tell people how they should live their lives or do with their fish. Sorry if I'm not a dipshit that likes to go brag about how he's going on a 6 day or 10 day trip. OP might not have the funds to do that, so let him enjoy his trip.
     
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  17. To The Limit

    To The Limit To The Limit

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    Can't wait to get out there. Thanks for the report
     
  18. alex morataya

    alex morataya Well-Known "Member"

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    bieber:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
  19. Jigslinger

    Jigslinger Fishing is an incurable disease

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    Must be hard to breathe from way way up there.
     
  20. Jigslinger

    Jigslinger Fishing is an incurable disease

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    Thanks for the report! I was wondering what grade of fish they were catching. You helped out alot of us. Great eats, btw!
     
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