Subsurface water temp...?

Discussion in 'Spear Fishing Reports' started by fishkilr, Sep 5, 2019.

  1. fishkilr

    fishkilr on the water

    Location:
    long beach,ca.u.s.a.
    Name:
    alby
    Boat:
    Indian/Aahi/Inseine
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    i know we have warm and cold water years for subsurface temps...
    Usually you guys have strong first hand opinions about this ....
    What up this year ?
     
  2. Long Beach Bob

    Long Beach Bob Member

    Location:
    Long Beach and points due west
    Name:
    Bob Ballew
    Boat:
    2520 Parker with twin 200 Yamahas
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    As far as diving related, lots of green water coming up with tons of bait in the plankton rich surface areas...Frequently, you can dive down and find some clear water below the plankton, where yellowtail and tuna may be found. I use both, green water and red tide to hide my shape, diving on the bottom edge of the plankton mass looking down into the clear areas. Works good for halibut when there is red tide and gamefish when the green plankton is holding lots of bait, which in turn, attracts the gamefish...
     

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