Offshore 10/14

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by Paddyman, Oct 15, 2018.

  1. Paddyman

    Paddyman Member

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    Took the kids and a few dads offshore yesterday. On our way to the 302/371 area my 12 year old son was in the flybridge when I asked him if there were any boats ahead to watch out for as I was getting the trollers ready on deck. He replies, no boats but there is a big kelp. I jump up in the fly and pull the throttles back.

    Slid in on the kelp and throw some chum and we are bit. First few fish tight to the kelp were skipjack. Drift off and the meter is looking good. Chunk and chum and it went wide open on the right kind. Bit both live bait and chunk.

    Great day. Water was 68.5 at 27/30 area. Called in whom ever wanted to take over. Hopefully they got some as well.



    Mike on Go Time

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  2. longboard85

    longboard85 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Awsome job that's a load of fish!
     
  3. ssrmr2

    ssrmr2 Member

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    watch out for boats ok?.... there is a kelp!

    so awesome
     
  4. HighWildFree

    HighWildFree Well-Known "Member"

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    Looks like an awesome time. Something they will remember forever. Awesome job, I bet those boys hoots and hollers was worth priceless.
     
  5. Postal719

    Postal719 Well-Known "Member"

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    Were you the guy who said, I'm only going to read the numbers once, then some jackass asked you to repeat the second set? If so, that was me. Thanks. I got my first YFT of the season. Nice 20#er.

    If not, nice job anyways.
     
  6. fly liner

    fly liner I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    So cool. Good thing you asked if he saw any boats
     
  7. jgerken

    jgerken El Capitan!

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    great story
     
  8. NonProphet

    NonProphet Member

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    Way to go Mike and thanks for the heads up!

    PS you might need a bigger bag.
     
  9. Paddyman

    Paddyman Member

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    Yup. That was us!! Glad you got in on it.
     
  10. Reel hip

    Reel hip Meet my "Well known Member"

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    Nnnnnice!
    Gotta love fishing with the kids. I told mine to keep an eye out for boats and he asked how about islands?. All lit up a cruise ship he thought was an island. Lol
     
  11. MATTANZA

    MATTANZA old man of the sea, in training.

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    gitsum!
     
  12. 619angler

    619angler Newbie

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    I was out on Sunday too. Seemed like lots of people were willing to share numbers and bait all day. It was awesome to hear on the radio. Cool report!!
     
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  13. Postal719

    Postal719 Well-Known "Member"

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    It was cool. We hooked up on a single skippy with no followers on the chum. Shortly after one boat offered up some numbers on a wide open skippy bite with mixed YFT. We got there and donated chum to the cause. We didn't find any of the tuna but had fun on the insane skipjack bite. Just as that bite ended the gentleman and scholar, AKA Paddyman, gave out the numbers to his wide open YFT bite. It seriously made our day.

    My friend/boat partner and I were out with our chicks and got to watch them have an awesome time flylining dines to hungry fishes. They were stoked!

    I noticed ALL boats that came on the scene were polite and worked together. It is how our fishery was meant to work in this over populated world. I am grateful for both the generous skippers giving out helpful numbers and the curious fisherman joining the party.

    It was a fantastic day! We should all do it again sometime!
     
  14. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Wow what a great day for all! Congrats.
     
  15. SaltH20Angler

    SaltH20Angler Well-Known "Member"

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    EXACTLY!!!

    We were out that same day and noticed how a bunch of us were working together. We even started to head for Mike's numbers when the bite slowed down. (Thanks Mike!! @Paddyman )

    It takes a significant amount of chum to get those Yellowfin up and a smaller skiff (small bait tank) could easily go through all thier bait on one stop. You had to chum hard to find out if the yellow kind were there and take the risk.

    I even heard one guy (maybe it was Mike) telling someone to come in closer to combine their chumming efforts. These rare days prove that we can work together to benefit everyone.
     
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  16. flyhigh123

    flyhigh123 Bangarang

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    I’m headed out tomorrow to 371 will share info on water. Hope to see some of you guys out there
     
  17. Kingskilla

    Kingskilla Newbie

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    Post of the year congrats!
     
  18. dctalk523

    dctalk523 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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  19. Paddyman

    Paddyman Member

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    Yup. That was me. I wanted to hand off the school so I had a boat come in real close and we both chummed. He was bit and I pulled away.
     
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  20. Yella1

    Yella1 So Fishy

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    Way to go! Teamwork makes the dream work.:appl:
     

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