San Diego Offshore Fishing Report 7-13-2017

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by Jason, Jul 15, 2017.

  1. bajaandy

    bajaandy Condition One

    Location:
    Escondido
    Name:
    Andy
    Boat:
    Parker 2530 "WET-O's"
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    Catching slug BFT off the San Diego coast? Epic.
    Sending your boat partner the pics while he's at a convention? PRICELESS!
     
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  2. gecsr1

    gecsr1 28' Aquasport "Reel Adventure II"

    Location:
    Poway Ca
    Name:
    Gary
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    28' Aquasport "Reel Adventure II" / PlainJaneRods
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    so tell me what are you going to do with all that tuna...omg... lol..

    going to need a walk in freezer...lol
     
  3. Azarkon

    Azarkon I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    California
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    Joe
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    Only on the kite, those going to be flying off the shelves this weekend. Well done!
     
  4. Pgnracr

    Pgnracr Member

    Location:
    HB
    Name:
    Jeff
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    Line up
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    GREat trip!!! That is off PEI right??? Lol
     
  5. jiggyn

    jiggyn Do you even fish?

    Location:
    Torrance
    Name:
    Jerr
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    That boat!
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    Damn those bluefin
     
  6. lougio

    lougio Capt Lou

    Location:
    La Mesa, CA
    Name:
    Lou
    Boat:
    '03 Parker 2520 Louie-Lui II
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    Wow, just fuckin' wow!
     
  7. Hardcor

    Hardcor Hardcore

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    Hardcore
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    Hardcore
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    Hardcore
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    That's what's called being dialed in. Awesome.
     
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  8. Corndog

    Corndog Landlocked

    Location:
    Northern Colorado
    Name:
    Jason Jones ( Lone Shark)
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    Century 1801, Hobie PA14 & SoA
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  9. bajabills

    bajabills I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Ca
    Name:
    Bill
    Boat:
    blackman fishmachine
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    Let's see spotter plane, inside numbers, huge school . .....
    You can't help but kill it. Nice fish. Good promo for you all. That's business!
     
  10. Bring It On

    Bring It On Bring It On Fishing

    Location:
    At The Helm
    Name:
    Jason
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    Bring It On
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    BD crew i did not see any info of this catch on your PAID website . FISHDOPE $169 a year. Bloody decks is free. Interesting !:rofl:

    Props on the catch for sure!
     
  11. fishincrazy

    fishincrazy 100 Ton

    Location:
    San Diego
    Name:
    Mark
    Boat:
    25' Mako "Get Hooked"
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    Nicely done boys!
     
  12. inSTANt bendo

    inSTANt bendo Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    Temecula
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    Stan
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    Tomahawk
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    Epic! Excellent work, Jason. You are the envy of SD for at least a few days! LOL
     
  13. Randy V

    Randy V Slamma Jamma

    Location:
    Insane Diego, CA
    Name:
    Randy
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    30' Kona Star
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    Nice sardines!

    LOL
     
  14. pacificscout

    pacificscout Hey! You got any frozen ice?

    Location:
    Fullerton
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    Wally
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    16ft Scout EMBUSTERO
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    Video if it exists, must be awesome.
     
  15. Michael T.

    Michael T. Newbie

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    Michael T.
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    Pure Sickness............Fuckin' A............
     
  16. Vermonster

    Vermonster Well-Known "Member"

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    Escondido
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    Sean
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    Awesome trip Jason!!!
     
  17. JoshInSD

    JoshInSD Well-Known "Member"

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    San Diego
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    Josh
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    Mackerel Magnet (Sailfish 21' CC)
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    The numbers and all the info surrounding this catch were posted up on FishDope just without the photos and story. It was all there for subscribers that day and expanded the next day.
     
  18. Keith W

    Keith W Newbie

    Location:
    el segundo
    Name:
    Robalo Wilson
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    22 foot robalo
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    What is your set up/rigs for the kite fishing?
    Thx
     
  19. Bradleyjbush

    Bradleyjbush Newbie

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    Holy crap, you guys killed it!!!! Nice job guys!!
     
  20. Jason

    Jason I break stuff @ BD Admin

    Location:
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    First, we did not reinvent anything. Nothing special just were in the right place at the right time and was prepared. You'll see how everything works in the upcoming Local Knowledge show as Ali got on these fish while the crew was in town filming.

    Penn 50 VISX with 130lb spectra to 200lb mainline, Custom Saltydawg xxx heavy 7' rod, AFTCO bent butt, AFTCO Maxforce harness with Vallarta Plate.

    Here's our take on Yummee's. Buy multiple of every size and style. We have small ones up to the super jumbos. Change them out from light to heavy as the wind picks up. Small 7" in the mornings, regular size 9" in 8-15 knots of wind and the big 12" in 15-20 knots.
    There is no wrong way to rig them. We use single hooks just like Dana Landing Market rigs them just because we bought them rigged that way. Others use treble hooks and have had great success as well. The treble hook rig Fishermans has is the same way that long range guys have been doing it for years from a stationary boat and are proven. Rigged either way they have hooks on top so they don't snag kelp.
    We wasted 3 yummes on the boat this trip. It's a must to have multiples on the boat if this ever happens again! I shopped yesterday and the only place I could find the 9" in stock was Fishermans Landing. I also picked up some of the new Leadmasters with the moulded wings, not glued as the glued wings are part of the thing that gets wasted on the 9" Carolinas. Sauerfish has caught lots on that new Leadmasters 7" the past couple of weeks. The 8"-9" squids work as well if you can't find yummees.

    Kites we use, they all work: Bob Lewis White with a balloon (only place in town to get one is Fishermans Landing) Costs around $20 every time we fly it due to helium and big balloon.
    Boston Big game when the wind is above 10 knots works great. When it's under 10 knots just go faster.
     

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