Rpt.-05-30-19 New member Brotherhood of the Zipper!

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by Tunaslam, May 30, 2019.

  1. TAXFREE

    TAXFREE Newbie

    Location:
    Downey, CA
    Name:
    Richard Gleason
    Boat:
    1998 Parker 21 SE CC
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  2. Hardcor

    Hardcor Hardcore

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    Hardcore
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    Hardcore
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    Many more adventures Cory, the power of prayer is amazing.
    God bless all the doctors, nurses and scientists
    Old Guys Rock
    Corey
     
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  3. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Diamond Bar, Ca 91765
    Name:
    Cory Visser
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    N/A
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    That was a fun trip, had a better one earlier this year on the Relentless, hope I will heal soon enough to get a shot at end of the year BFT.
     
  4. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Diamond Bar, Ca 91765
    Name:
    Cory Visser
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    Much appreciated.
     
  5. Hollis Harris

    Hollis Harris Member

    Location:
    Riverside, ca
    Name:
    Randy
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    Sea hunt
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    Way to go Cory, looking forward to all the reports to come.
     
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  6. Hugo Bendo

    Hugo Bendo Hugo Bendo

    Location:
    San Marcos
    Name:
    Frank
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    unknown
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    Oink Oink ! I believe they use a pig valve ! I got
    the mechanical valve ! Therefore I'm on coumadin
    the rest of my life.For me walking was the best
    therapy to get my strength back. But remember
    " baby steps " first. Don't walk too far. Where you
    can't make it back. Oh yeah. Welcome home !
     
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  7. fishsmith

    fishsmith Captain

    Location:
    murrieta/ca/usa
    Name:
    Jim
    Boat:
    21' Proline "MarLinz"
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    I'm high fiving you right now sir!
     
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  8. gnehekul

    gnehekul I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    los angeles
    Name:
    Fishead
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    cash carrying ho
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    so glad your up and back on BD again
     
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  9. ReelWhite

    ReelWhite Local Hooker

    Location:
    Dana Point
    Name:
    Kevin
    Boat:
    260 Sea Ray
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    Great to hear your surgery went well! Hope you have a speedy recovery and get back to fishing soon
     
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  10. longboard85

    longboard85 I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    La mesa ca
    Name:
    cody
    Boat:
    17 ft invader cc (Somethings Fishy)
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    Awsome to hear you are doing well and on the road to recovery Cory! Continued prayers for your recovery!
     
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  11. Workplacesafety

    Workplacesafety Reducing workplace injuries and illnesses

    Location:
    Long Beach Ca.
    Name:
    Jeff Bruner
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    14ft Valco, San Diego Long Range Boats
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    There you go Cory. Give it some time. You've got great support.
     
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  12. seadancer

    seadancer Member

    Location:
    Westminster, CA
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    Craig Gilbert
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    Cory - thanks for the update and good to see you’re back home, sleeping in your own bed & eating homemade food. Fishing wise, you might need to set your drag tension at 5#. This would then give me at least a fighting chance of out fishing you. Then again, this might just be wishful thinking.
    I can’t remember anybody out fishing you.
    Get better and we’ll get over to SCI. You can start out slowly, catching macs and maybe squid too for bait. And, help to hook big fish which you might want to immediately hand off to the less fortunate. No sense in overdoing it and showing us up.
     
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  13. mainline23

    mainline23 Member

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    mark
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    So great to hear Cory you are an inspiration and one tough dude!
     
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  14. BluefinCurly

    BluefinCurly Skipper

    Location:
    Norwalk
    Name:
    Carl
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    Vagabond, The Last Minute
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    Great news Cory!
     
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  15. tunakillerjoe1

    tunakillerjoe1 Member

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    San Diego, Calif
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    Joseph Gratteau
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    Congadts on the new parts/tune up! I work on a heart team in town here, (San Diego), and see crazy stuff everyday! You will get stronger and stronger, you have been thru the hard part! Get better fast, and get back fishing! Good luck!
     
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  16. gved823

    gved823 Member

    Location:
    Lakewood
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    Gary
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    Cory,
    So glad to read about your recovery. Looking forward to your future adventures. Maybe even be fortunate to share the rail with you again.
    God bless you Sir
     
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  17. FloMar

    FloMar Hired Gun!

    Location:
    CA.
    Name:
    John Collar
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    Best of luck moving forward Cory, I'm sure you do feel blessed!

    You shouldn't have to feel like you need to seek forgiveness for posting your report here, and I'm sure there's many others who feel the same. We all turn to those we fully trust in a time of need, and I think it's very cool you chose the BD environment to share your story, pain and recovery.

    Technology can be great when it works in your favor!

    Take care, and I hope you're feeling better soon!
    John.
     
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  18. TODD

    TODD Newbie

    Location:
    la verne
    Name:
    TODD NILES
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    Parker 23SE
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    Always enjoy reading your detailed reports.Glad to here you are on the road to recovery and I am sure you will be back on the water soon.
     
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  19. DOGHOUSE26

    DOGHOUSE26 Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    Escondido, CA
    Name:
    jeff meeker
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    26 Blackman Billfisher
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    1st Tunaslam Report with no pics so I'll have to give it an 8 instead of the usual 10+.

    Glad to see you're back in the saddle Cory and look forward to the day you can get back on the water!
     
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  20. mhanson59hb

    mhanson59hb Fear No Fish

    Location:
    Huntington Beach
    Name:
    Mike
    Boat:
    2008 Trophy 1802 "Mako My Day"
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    Glad to hear your surgery was successful and you are finally home. God bless, and I can't wait for more (b)ass kickin' reports.

    Many more!
     
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