Rpt-Cat/SCI 277, 289 and more! 08-09-18

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by Tunaslam, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Elegant Sea!
     
  2. chopper976

    chopper976 Newbie

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  3. Tailman

    Tailman Well-Known "Member"

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    No wonder your back is hurting !!!!
     
  4. NoLDR

    NoLDR OG BD member

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    We did the same as you but in a 35 Cabo was really lumpy Thursday much better Friday and Saturday. Ride from South of Clemente to Catalina SUCKED. Wide open calico bite at Catalina to 8 lbs but no game fish for us. Did watch a seal enjoy a 20 lb yellow at Church Rock.

    Brad
     
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  5. doug wille

    doug wille _BigWille

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    too many micro climates and noaa and all the sites that just repurpose noaa data are forecasting averages for a very large area, not the micro climates created by islands, water temp/breaks and land formations. regardless, i've had the same experience and agree they suck! good luck.
     
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  6. doug wille

    doug wille _BigWille

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    too much bait in the water. started with the red crab invasion in may. they moved north and are jugged on the back side of santa cruz, but the bio mass of chovy is the issue. regardless, i've seen entire ecosystems around paddies the past week or so including yt and dodos and some bite and some don't. unexplainable. just have to find the one that bites. they're out there!!!!!
     
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