no problem zzzz,love it we otheres pich inn on my treads,it all works.Not trying to thread jack. Contributing to, fish have fins and that's cool
One factor is they swam up durring the el nino in the early 80s. Family SD beach house had waves breaking inside of the house. The exotics that swam up got trapped in the bay warm water. If the exotics try and leave they hit a cold water fence and turn back around into the warm water. Crevalle on fresh water largemouth bass, top water jigs. C&R all the different exotics imo please anglers. In SD so they breed and make more
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i live and fish and chartter a parker boat here in san quintin bay,last time i was out we made baite mack and dines inside the bay we also cought at least 10 bone fish on our sevekeis,in less than an hour.i´d say that if you were sirious about catching bone fish you cath an easy 100 plus per day right now.
in 2017 the bay was full of baby broom tails,puffer fish,and african looks downs a several differnet types of perches.
in 2016 the bay hade baby broomtails,africanlookdown,tripletails,bones,puffers and a few othere exsodicks i´d never seen in the bay before.
last time i was out to fish our local high spots there were still full of red tuna crabs,on our trip to magbay the outter banks hade red tuna crabs on them as well.
so,here we are and i wont now what next season will bring with it till its over.
if you would like to fish san quntin bay or the high spots out front give me an email i´ll show you and youre friend around,our winter yellowtail season startts here in a few weeks it can be very good fishing the yo-yo for tails.im also fishing gonzaga bay in march and april,its there fishing season there,gulf grouper to 200 plus,tails,sierra,curvina,leopard grouper,it can be insane fishing,come on down and join me zzzz,fishonn&onn.