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Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by Jvc126, May 22, 2019.

  1. Al B.Fishing

    Al B.Fishing Member

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    gary
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    Drink heavy up to departure time, be loud and stay up late, sleep till noon and order a big breakfast at lunch time and get ready for the late afternoon bite
     
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  2. caballo del mar

    caballo del mar Well-Known "Member"

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    Doug
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    40 lb. flouro carbon, 2 speed reel, a lively bait, a 1/0 circle hook and you should be good.
     
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  3. Paddyman1

    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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    Steve
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    Seems like that’s when our last local bite was...40 years ago. :eyepoppin
     
  4. RUNNOFT

    RUNNOFT Word of the Day: IceMelter

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    This is the best advise so far....so true.
     
  5. Tail Chaser

    Tail Chaser Well-Known "Member"

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    Take shower stuff... FLIP FLOPS, towel, soap... nothing better than a hot shower before dinner.
     
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  6. Jvc126

    Jvc126 Newbie

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    Hell bent
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    Ok guys just got off the NLA. No fish for me. But the boat did land 6 BF up to 65lbs I believe. 4 YT and 1 Bonito. Capt Adam and crew were great and he really tried to put us on fish. Which he did. Just couldn’t always get them to bite.
    The rental gear I had was good but the 30lb setup would not free spool very easily. I didn’t Use the 80 all that much.
    All in all a very good trip. And I hope I learned something’s for my next trip.
    JVC
     
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  7. ZZZZZ

    ZZZZZ natural born jig slingers

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    Costa Rica. San Diego, Old Del Mar
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    The poster already went on his trip.

    But I gotta say :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
  8. Rimack

    Rimack Old School

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    Getting there early for parking is a MUST !!!
     
  9. geebee

    geebee My Member is Well-Known

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    Gee Bee
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    Partial to AZTEC - aspiring to INTREPID
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    one thing i've learned is you've got to pay dues - your odds of a good bite have significantly gone up for your next trip...

    just be sure to try a longer fluorocarbon leader and as small hook as they're biting - of course putting in extra quality rail time never hurts your odds in fishy situations
     
    Last edited: May 27, 2019
  10. fujirose

    fujirose Well-Known "Member"

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    Jim Fujitani
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    Who did you rent your gear from? I always recommend renting from the boat, if the boat has rental equipment. If something goes wrong with the boat equipment, the crew will try to do everything to take care of you. If you have equipment rented from the landing or anywhere else, the crew isn't obligated to spend time on the issues for you.

    Its too bad the schools are still sketchy. The crowded trips on weekends and numbers of boats on weekends will make the BFT real wary.
     
  11. tunastryker25

    tunastryker25 Member

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    Kevin
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    The more you go the better your chances...
     
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  12. Jvc126

    Jvc126 Newbie

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    Fujirose I rented right from Point Loma.
    I was also on the rail nonstop. Didn’t even have one beer. Fished non stop at every kelp paddy and every mark on the screen. At home I have small game reel made by Release reels with a akuma rod. I will be bringing my gear next time.
     
  13. jiggyn

    jiggyn Do you even fish?

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    Jerr
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    Thank for the read
     
  14. Al B.Fishing

    Al B.Fishing Member

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    gary
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    From a hard fished skunk, to a wide open, drive away from them biting anything and everything, heavy line no floro needed. Keep going and in time you will check all boxes in between
     

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