Went catching today

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by @-EZ, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. @-EZ

    @-EZ Fail, try again.

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    S. Nine mile bank.
    Water temp 59.9 most of the day.
    Bait used: Squid. Cut into strips.
    Beautiful weather all day long. Brisk in the early AM.

    Variety of fish. Move around until you find structure and let her rip...

    I was reminded why I hate dropping 350 ft. straight down... :slap:

    Fish Taco's/Burrito's for dinner.... :drool:

    Sure beat the hell out of working... :waglleybooty:
     
  2. HANK 98

    HANK 98 Newbie

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    congrats on the tacos, 350 ft fun bringin all that weight back up, hahaha
     
  3. HBfisherman

    HBfisherman H2

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    Damn the depth def. gives you a workout, at least your catching.
     
  4. jcole4455

    jcole4455 Newbie

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    Thanks for the report, making a run on Saturday if the weather cooperates.
     
  5. dbar

    dbar Mmmmmm Backstraps

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    Nice taco fixens Max!!!!!
     
  6. Darylfw

    Darylfw Member

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    Thanks for the report Max. I'm making my first Rock fish run this weekend.
     
  7. The Fish Seeker

    The Fish Seeker Fish Killer

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    Way to go Max, You're a die hard. I can't seem to get out of bed for that!
     
  8. @-EZ

    @-EZ Fail, try again.

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    Run out to the SW corner and find the tallest structure possible.

    I may be headed back out on Saturday as well.

    Not die hard, was just dying to get back out on the water...
     
  9. popa_pescarul

    popa_pescarul Throw a towel over it!

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    I'll be keeping a lookout for good weather, money, and some spare time this weekend to try a 1/2 day run out S 9mi way too!
     
  10. @-EZ

    @-EZ Fail, try again.

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    Best thing about winter time fishing in S.Cal is the low cost. I don't even have to tap into my Summer Tuna Fuel Stash... :urno1:
     
  11. jcole4455

    jcole4455 Newbie

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    Thanks Max.
     
  12. teddya2

    teddya2 Well-Known "Member"

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    thanks for the reminder.......sometimes I thinks its all lobster in the winter time- got to remember to fish
     

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