Saturday 08/17/2019 @ the 226/302 and Beyond

Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by apogee, Aug 18, 2019.

  1. Mojo1

    Mojo1 Well-Known "Member"

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    your drift should error on caution not error in being too close. although mostly too late starting up and getting away slowly would have been a decent move. assault with a potentially deadly weapon very scary indeed.
     
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  2. Donkey Nick

    Donkey Nick Well-Known "Member"

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    slow and low!
     
  3. apogee

    apogee My name is Apogee and I am a Squidaholic

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    Which I did start up and move slowly away..........Ap
     
  4. jayyyy

    jayyyy Member

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    It's a dick move to cast a jig at someones boat but no one got hurt and now you know not to get too close to other boats. You got to go fishing and learned a valuable lesson, sounds like a good day.
     
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  5. stairman

    stairman ......

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    first off if you knew you were getting g close....which remains in doubt... you now know you were....second what makes you think that captain....if he was the capt did hit exactly what he was aiming at? most guys that rose to the level of captain can put a jig on a 2foot hula hoop when needed...face it you dodged a bullet oh and thanks for letting all the other numbnuts from Bakersfield know that you arent bass fishing any more.
    ps if you got two feet away I'd gaff your ass
     
  6. apogee

    apogee My name is Apogee and I am a Squidaholic

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    Well, you are obviously one ignorant individual. Everytime you open your mouth your brain is on parade. ......Did you take care of this Big mouth? "You have four stores in my county and I will never set foot in one again until the young man that objected to your employee wearing a uniform he didn't earn the right to wear get a full written apology and the apology becomes public...I am passing this story on to all that I served with in the past...and in San Diego county that is a bunch who also know a bunch more people they will pass it on to".....Too bad your in your Autum years (61) and are such a loser. Living in an apartment, with no years left. You are miserable and I see the origin of your venom. The good news is that I still like you. ......Ap
     
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  7. stuman

    stuman Brawndo the thirst mutilator

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  8. stairman

    stairman ......

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    what the heck are you talking about now? I mean seriously put down the bong....
     
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  9. Donkey Nick

    Donkey Nick Well-Known "Member"

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    You may need to delete that post and chill. No need to threaten violence by gaffing someone. Seriously bro...anger management and med time.
     
  10. Megamonster

    Megamonster Newbie

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    this kind of stuff only happens to kooks, all you needed to do is pack a little common courtesy in your breakfast next time keep your distance
     
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  11. stairman

    stairman ......

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    it wouldnt be violence to you Hollywood types
     
  12. mullet

    mullet Metal Fabricator

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    Upon closer inspection I think you may have been a couple feet to close .You and the captain of the OG should have shook hands and made nice .
    [​IMG]
     
  13. Vigilant32

    Vigilant32 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Close, too close, everyone’s on top of each other.

    Zero tolerance for throwing iron at a vessel or boater. ZERO.

    I would be waiting at the dock with the police.

    After reading this post I find the folks agreeing with the capt that it is ok to sling metal objects because their good at it being a Capt.

    Good night to the shit show on BD & on the water..
     
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  14. Donkey Nick

    Donkey Nick Well-Known "Member"

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    The question is ...who slid up on who?
     
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  15. PacificPredator

    PacificPredator Captain

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    Here. Not hear.
    :)
    Sorry, couldn't resist being a smart-ass.
     
  16. findtuna

    findtuna Member

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    I love and baby my boat. No one should be throwing a jig or a sinker at anyone's boat. Potentially putting a hole in your fiberglass and you know the rest. Bottomline a-holes everywhere, not just on the water. Some dude on a nice Parker was literally right behind my chum line on 226 on Friday. I laughed and said to my friend "really." We just moved on tho I wanted to call him a loser on a nice rig. My 2 cents.
     
  17. Paddyman1

    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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    Yikes! :eek:
     
  18. Smiler1958

    Smiler1958 Newbie

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    This is very true and excellent advice.
     
  19. ZZZZZ

    ZZZZZ natural born jig slingers

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    On the private boaters behalf sharing schools sucks if you can find your own school. Not that hard right now. The whole point of having a private boat is to get away from the crowds and to find your own fish and drive away from other boats.

    A small biting school is all that is necessary to satisfy 1-4 people which are found oustide of the parking lot. Broken off parts of the big schools.

    While enjoying your vacation fishing day on the water having a good time and away and free from work. Decompress the stress.

    Or might as well hop on a comfy public boat with a pro captain, hot kitchen, AC, bunks, massive chum, fish handling, boat cleaning along with a giant stable fishing platform. And all you have to do is walk on and walk off.

    If your not going to enjoy the freedom of being capable of fishing away from everyone with your own boat. Why even bother with owning a private boat and all the care required? If your going to fish a public boat from your private boat.

    The hundreds of days I have private boat fished. We have never once POACHED another boats expensive fishing finding equipment, stabi binoculars, crows nest, side scan, paid for chum, ect. UNLESS invited in to use their paid for chum and school they found with thier expensive electonics that the invested in while using their eyes.

    Can you imagine getting poached 100 days in a row by hundreds of other boats. Some would literally have a heart attack. Getting angry over 1 day. Try 100 days poached out of 100 days in a row.

    Now is a great time to fish alone

    Break time over
     
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  20. joshc1024

    joshc1024 Well-Known "Member"

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    Now That’s how you fish someone’s chum.
     

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