Poseidon; when an epic trip turns out "not so epic"

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by 86 Winchester, Aug 3, 2018.

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  1. ivane068

    ivane068 Professional hide and seek player..

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    Alright that was entertaining but its getting long...seriously I'm about to have a popcorn overdose mods can we kill this one already?
     
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  2. Tunahead

    Tunahead Long Time Tuna Abused Member

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    MAJOR="What do you think of this ongoing discussion Gunny"?

    GUNNY HIGHWAY="Discussion? "This is another good old Clusterfuck!" LOL

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  3. El Chiva

    El Chiva Member

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    Killary? You’re a joke.

    You need to get your facts straight.
     
  4. yellowfish26

    yellowfish26 Totally Nude 24/7

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    This thread has more legs now then a urchin. Usual BD shit show. Like watching 100s of Monkeys trying to fuck a football... The only reason I've come back is to see if mama bear ever puts out the crew's side of the story. Starting to give up on that. That as much as anything is gonna be a real bad mark on their operation.
     
  5. skipjackrobert

    skipjackrobert I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    i have fished their boats many times in both sd and pv and always have been good to me and for me..this sounds out
    im a joke? Lmao dude! Just because she lost don’t get pissed..
     
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  6. plj46

    plj46 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Let me quote myself.
     
  7. lbwwatts

    lbwwatts Newbie

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    Simple !!! you mean your ability to do math !! He had fifteen water plus fishing cleaning at ten dollars a fish !!! Not four dollars per water !!! This thread is stupid OP wasn’t satisfied, let him speak for himself sounds like he said his peace !!! Learn to do math before sounding uneducated!!!!!!
     
  8. simmo13

    simmo13 Well-Known "Member"

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    I love the created account to just do nothing but protect the said boat. Who can it be?
     
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  9. caballo del mar

    caballo del mar Well-Known "Member"

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    First time I’ve heard of a skippers mom protecting him on Bloodydecks.LOL Times have changed.
     
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  10. ysr_racer

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    Listen tough guy, my dad can beat up your dad ;)
     
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  11. lynndeva

    lynndeva Fishing mom

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    and !!! all !!!!!! the !!!!! ex!!!cla!!mation!!!! marks!!!!! LOL
     
  12. dstinger

    dstinger Member

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    Agree
     
  13. bababcock

    bababcock Newbie

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    I learned so much from this thread. Thanks to all (most) who participated. Really informative for somebody who wants to learn about what to expect on different types of trips. I am heading out next Monday on a 6 day trip that is a sponsored charter that had a few empty spots. I grabbed one of them. I am new to offshore fishing and had no idea about the difference between open party boats vs. charters. I now know where I stand in the great scheme of things and being a beginning fisherman for yellowtail and tuna I know much better what to expect. (My basic take home message is do not be a dick.) So despite the rants and possibly facts that are not really facts, thanks to all.
     
  14. ?? fisherman

    ?? fisherman super Captain

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    Ummmm....... you might want to learn how to post proper quotes before lashing and ripping into the wrong person!

    Just sayn' LOL

    There be trolls among us!!
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    The unknown fisherman:p:
     
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  15. Dan Salazar

    Dan Salazar Well-Known "Member"

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    The skipper maybe a great fisherman but definitely not a good businessman.
    Brand new operation it takes a long time to gain a good reputation it's a short period of time to lose it.
     
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  16. TAPOUT

    TAPOUT Well-Known "Member"

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    Wait, you paid 30.00 to have 2 Skipjack and a Bonito filleted?
     
  17. dstinger

    dstinger Member

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    All I can see is the Russian beauties.. Anybody else?
     
  18. ShadowX

    ShadowX I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    This thread went downhill fast....

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  19. wils

    wils lazy-ass well known "member"

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    why not?

    I've fished out of seaforth ...….once....maybe twice. :D
    The only way you don't notice a group of 10 anglers (an hour later from late afternoon at 8PM?) with their gear for a 2 1/2 day trip is if you're not around.....at all. The OP was, I am sure, in the first 9 for signing in.....late afternoon. Sign-in doesn't end at "late afternoon".

    The next 10 anglers may have shown up in groups of 1, 2, or 3....between "late afternoon" and 8PM. Then when the deckies say "lets board", anybody within hearing distance and vision distance boards. I remember one time - JUST once - when I got to the docks late afternoon and was quite high on the checkin list. By the time the boat was ready for loading, there was over 20 in line in front of where I would have been....if I hadn't decided to walk around, have dinner, look at other boats after my initial check-in, have a beer.....or 2....

    then they they head "way down 100+ miles". Kinda made me wonder WHO would consider 100+ miles for a 2 1/2 day trip "way down". Then I remember that he was a regular guy fishing with the previous owner/skipper of the boat. "Going long" on a 2 day trip I was on with the previous owner/skipper meant waking up at the Vees after traveling about 6 knots all night from Pierpoint.

    special baits being handed out? good crews get a guy up on the tank to braile bait as the boat slides on to a paddy. any angler who is ready, willing, and able is at the handwells waiting for fresh baits to be placed in the handwells. if youre on the same side as where the deckie is filling the handwells, most dekies will hold the bait net for you to get a fresh bait. I don't doubt that THIS is what the OP observed from wherever he was.

    the previous series of trips for this boat were quite impressive for tunas. It was also during the height of the full moon. ;) If that bite continued - and no one else showed up and the tunas continued to bite and did not use their little fishie fins - it COULD have been quite epic. I don't know about you, but I have shown up a day late for "epic" fishing.
     
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  20. Buttchaser

    Buttchaser Fresh One!

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    Social media and forums should not be used by buisness owners , No need to get defensive and express your opinion for all your customers too see .. I think there is a lesson to be learned here ... STAY THE FUCK OFF THE INTERNET !

    You and your family as buisness owners need to accept criticism for what it is and listen to the people , fisherman , your customers ! We really don't need you , You need us !
     
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