ONE SPOT OPEN! "Slow Pitch Jigging Special" Northern California August 16, 2021

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tunanorth

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Dec 4, 2005
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Tunanorth
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PENN Fishing University
"Ultra-Limited Load"- 12 passengers
SLOW-PITCH JIGGING trip on Captain James Smith's "California Dawn" out of Berkeley Marina.
$300 includes food [drinks extra]
Targeting rockfish and lingcod in newly opened depths that have not been fished in over 20 years!
Monday, August 16, 2021
Departs 5:30 AM
Returns 4:00 PM
Deposit in full required
California Fishing License required, mask "may" be required
For reservations, call Julie @ California Dawn at 510-417-5557
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Northeastfshman

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  • Dec 20, 2008
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    Brett Weinberg
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    Got use the Penn's new SPJ rods and reels with Ali a few weeks back rockfishing. You guys did an awesome job, really really enjoyed them.
     
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    fishsteen

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    Mar 20, 2017
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    I am going don't know much about slow pitch jigging but it looks a lot like jigging for salmon on the Sacramento, the food on the Cal Dawn is also very good
     
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    stonefly

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    randy welsh
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    16' mirrocraft
    Damn!
    That was quick. I snooze, I lose.
    I wonder if the Smith Brothers might make that a regular thing.

    Same here on the snooze/lose I was trying to gather up a buddy to commit only to find he's in the process of moving to Brazil.

    I caught a late opening on that boat for last years Penn university and caught all my rockfish on a slow fall jig.

    It's been my preferred way to fish for years but I always just called it fishing a Megabait. :)

    I would say there's no real need for a special trip,
    you could get some practical demonstration that way but just looking at a few Youtubes can give you a good start as well.

    I'm very interested in the new tackle and techniques but the pangueros that got me hooked just used a slow action tippy rod and made the lure dance until they found what they wanted.

    Great stuff....put bait behind you.
     
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    tunanorth

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    Dec 4, 2005
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    One spot just opened up!
     
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