Nice Yellowtails at the Nados 7/27

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by lickinchickin, Jul 28, 2018.

  1. lickinchickin

    lickinchickin Newbie

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    Ran out of San Diego bay around 5:30 grabbed a bag of small dines at the bait barge which lasted the day. Hit the south Island around 6 and wammo, caught our first YT trolling a dine at the kelp line...nice 25 lb, and no dogs giving any chase. There were cudas everywhere eating anything you threw at them. Water temp was around 74 degrees. We headed to the middle grounds where we stayed most of the day. It was non stop YT action using white sumo jigs. Most of the YT were 16 to 18 pounds. We caught some bass and rattlers....but the YT action was non stop. We caught 16 YTs and a bunch of bass. IMG_2973.jpg IMG_2981.jpg
     
  2. T Shark

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    Nice day on the water. Thanks for the report
     
  3. MRC70

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    I'd take that any day! Great job.
     
  4. Otto

    Otto Well-Known "Member"

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    Maybe 10 to 12 pound
     
  5. mrkrabs

    mrkrabs I've posted enough I should edit this section

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  6. the SLIDER

    the SLIDER https://multimediabylj.com

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    Should have kept those YT rather than keeping the smaller ones.
     
  7. dctalk523

    dctalk523 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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  8. mikeyG

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    I wanted to see the 25 pounder! 25 is fat for the islands this year , most seem to be only 10-12 lbs
    Oh....and thanks for the report :rockin:
     
  9. Kyle farmer

    Kyle farmer Fishing and Surfing!!

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    Don’t make him feel bad for a grade that most on this forum would keep. Good work dude
     
  10. c-nut

    c-nut Fishing addict

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    And he’ll probably never post a report again.
    8-)
     
  11. Ali

    Ali Master of Nothing Admin

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    Fine work gents. Thanks for the report!
     
  12. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Right on, great day!
     
  13. Johnlgarrison

    Johnlgarrison The ultimate goal is memories not dreams.

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    1) thanks for the report. Way to go finding fish I am always way more impressed with reports from guys who catch fish on their own boat.

    2) Don’t let the ball busters bother you. Some people complain when their ice cream is cold.
     
  14. Bradyxxx

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    Nice job guys! That looks like a Super Fun Day!
     
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  15. Proline

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    Thanks for the report man. Few people post a report but a lot here complain. congrats.
     
  16. SaltH20Angler

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    Perfect hamachi sized YT! Love the Nados.
     
  17. gonsurfn

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    Well done.
     
  18. Hugh Kollar

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    yep, well done!
     
  19. streetnfish

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    I like it ! Thanks boys !
     
  20. PE Pete

    PE Pete Tight lines PE Pete

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    You boys should come to NZ if you like jigging for YTK
    This is a pretty regular size model BUT check the jig....
    :jig::rofl:

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