Where else can you dress like this in December?RF report--Dec 15

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by radman, Dec 17, 2018.

  1. radman

    radman Well-Known "Member"

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    Darrin
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    Out of my 2 boys,8 and 10 yrs old,the 8 yr old started off slow,but he is now my main fishing buddy.The 10 yr old wanted to stay home,becuase "Rockfish are too deep,and I like halibut fishing better"So me and my 8 yr old took off ,along with one of my techs from my auto shop,who has only fished 1 time in the ocean,with us,,up to La Jolla,and belive it or not,I had never even tried bottom fishing up there.A friend of ours has been doing well,so he kinda told me depth,but no numbers.I worked our way around until we found plenty of fish in the 200-220 ft depth,and ended up with close to 20 or so reds and the rest a mix of a sheepshead,rubber lipped tree perch,and a couple nice coppers.The kid is a [email protected]@,and he told me on the way down that he wanted to bet me 5 bucks on who caught the most fish,but we would measure them in how many tacos they would make...It was an absolute blast to BS with an 8 yr old kid like he was another adult on there.He was on fire,and did outcatch me bigtime with his P-Line pink rockfish rig from Turner`s.It was alot of fun to relax and look around for fish,we started around 8am or so,and got home by 5pm.Fun times!I cannot belive the amount of spots and fish up that way,no where close to any MLPA`s either.Glad rockfish are healthy and well.

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  2. Fins in the Bin

    Fins in the Bin Well-Known "Member"

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    Heck yeah !! Very cool, you lived up the name Radman!
     
  3. Johnlgarrison

    Johnlgarrison The ultimate goal is memories not dreams.

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    Some of the best days of my life have been spent Fishing first with my dad and later with my Son. Way to go dad. I have a grandson on the way and I am looking forward to fishing with him
     
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  4. longboard85

    longboard85 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    cody
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    Awsome job that's what it's all about!
     
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  5. SaltH20Angler

    SaltH20Angler Well-Known "Member"

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    Those are some legit reds right there!!

    Glad you had as much fun as yout boy did. No doubt you are one proud Dad.

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  6. the_tunaman

    the_tunaman Well-Known "Member"

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    Roger Nelson
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    Making me miss my dad... good on you! Raise ‘em right and be proud!
     
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  7. fly liner

    fly liner I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Good job Darrin. Hows that Suzuki treating you
     
  8. radman

    radman Well-Known "Member"

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    Suzuki is awesome!Almost 400 hours in 2-1/2 years and zero issues,My mileage went up from around 2mpg to around 4 or more,depending on what type of fishing we do.How is the Evinrude doing?
     
  9. bjcanweld

    bjcanweld Member

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    Nice job dad.....looks like your son is playing travel ball...my son did for 3 years- really improved his skills playing with the best against the best
     
  10. fly liner

    fly liner I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    It became an electrical gremlin. In the beginning of 2017 I repowered with a Yamaha 115 4 stroke. I've got about 360 hrs so far.
     
  11. Paddyman1

    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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    Future Angel right there!
     
  12. Hooops

    Hooops I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Good example for the kids with the life jacket - I always get the "dad - why aren't you wearing one" - so I got one of those auto-inflating ones.

    My boys are 10-12 - I recognize those baseball fields very well - spent many weekends there - Field of Dreams - your boy has the right weapon of choice - CF Zen is the hot bat.
     
  13. Tin Pangas

    Tin Pangas Skipper

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    CUTE! he's got some 'pinchable' cheeks.
     
  14. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Way to go guys! Congrats on a great day of fishing.
     

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