Santa Cruz Offshore

Discussion in 'Northern California Fishing Reports' started by Kris K, Sep 15, 2016.

  1. karlk1125

    karlk1125 Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    Bodega Bay
    Name:
    Karl Kobler
    Boat:
    Looking for a World Cat 320 EC
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    hahaha can't chastise him...itd make me a hypocrite ;)
     
  2. Bigeasy

    Bigeasy yeah, yeah!

    Location:
    Vallejo, CA
    Name:
    Eric W.
    Boat:
    Tunacious 238 Coastal Twin 150-E
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    Nah, it's been off the books for over 20 years! No need to go anywhere with it! No ones stupid in my circle! I'll let you know when they do open it!
     
  3. karlk1125

    karlk1125 Well-Known "Member"

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    Bodega Bay
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    Karl Kobler
    Boat:
    Looking for a World Cat 320 EC
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    They'll never open it. Just put the radar on and drop a few quick lines down when coming back from the tuna grounds ;)
     
  4. coastalsharker

    coastalsharker Salty Blood...

    Location:
    santa cruz
    Name:
    Angel
    Boat:
    none
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    We have had Bluefin in the Monterey Bay in Santa Cruz, but they are Skittish , we we're out Oct.21st. 2016 trolling for Blue Fin, I'm not going to give the Boat or Captains name, because they want to take the credit as to "Reeling" in the catch.. Punks if you ask me..! Anyways no luck with the Blue Fin . .., I did end up subduing a 75lb Opah on a Dead Sardine and as we all know, if there is a Opah there are some Blue Fin... As eliner said, we did slow troll a dead Sardine 75ft down and 220 ft out and hooked a Opah.

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