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robert0769

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Sep 29, 2007
140
24
vista, ca
Name
Robert
Boat
20' Grady White, name Dryfish
I'm looking for a couple people who want to fish. Great reports at tanner banks, New report today of great fishing down south which tells me that the fish are still everywhere. 22' Grady White with great range. My thinking is down south and I'm open to suggestions.

Robert
(760)420-5212
 

peteking

Everybody take a look at the bad guy-T. Montana
Apr 21, 2013
1,312
659
Arcadia/CA/USA
Name
Pete King
Boat
Ohana
Good luck with that. Tanner buoy yesterday and today:


TAO performance continues to improve after fourth service cruise. Read more...

Station 46047 (LLNR 82) - TANNER BANK - 121NM West of San Diego, CA


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3-meter discus buoy
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32.403 N 119.536 W (32°24'11" N 119°32'8" W)

Site elevation: sea level
Air temp height: 4 m above site elevation
Anemometer height: 5 m above site elevation
Barometer elevation: sea level
Sea temp depth: 0.6 m below site elevation
Water depth: 1399 m
Watch circle radius: 1700 yards

Latest NWS Marine Forecast 1 and Latest NWS Marine Forecast 2

Important Notice to Mariners

Search And Rescue (SAR) Data

Meteorological Observations from Nearby Stations and Ships

Regional HF Radar Surface Current Observations

Conditions at 46047 as of
(11:50 am PST)
1950 GMT on 11/23/2014:
Unit of Measure: Time Zone:
Click on the graph icon in the table below to see a time series plot of the last five days of that observation.

Wind Direction (WDIR): N ( 350 deg true )
Wind Speed (WSPD): 13.6 kts
Wind Gust (GST): 17.5 kts
Wave Height (WVHT): 9.2 ft
Dominant Wave Period (DPD): 14 sec
Average Period (APD): 7.2 sec
Mean Wave Direction (MWD): NW ( 319 deg true )
Atmospheric Pressure (PRES): 30.13 in
Pressure Tendency (PTDY): -0.01 in ( Falling )
Air Temperature (ATMP): 64.2 °F
Water Temperature (WTMP): 65.5 °F
Wind Speed at 10 meters (WSPD10M): 15.5 kts
Wind Speed at 20 meters (WSPD20M): 15.5 kts
Combined plot of Wind Speed, Gust, and Air Pressure
Continuous Winds
TIME
(PST) WDIR WSPD
11:50 amNNW ( 347 deg ) 14.0 kts
11:40 amNNW ( 343 deg ) 14.8 kts
11:30 amNNW ( 341 deg ) 15.3 kts
11:20 amNNW ( 347 deg ) 14.2 kts
11:10 amNNW ( 348 deg ) 14.2 kts
11:00 amNNW ( 346 deg ) 15.0 kts
Peak gust during the measurement hour
TIME
(PST) GDR GST
11:25 amNNW ( 340 deg ) 19.4 kts
Previous observations

MM DD TIME
(PST) WDIR WSPD
kts GST
kts WVHT
ft DPD
sec APD
sec MWD PRES
in PTDY
in ATMP
°F WTMP
°F DEWP
°F SAL
psu VIS
nmi TIDE
ft
112310:50 am N 13.6 15.5 9.2 157.2 NW30.15+0.03 64.0 65.3----
1123 9:50 am NNW 15.5 19.4 9.2 137.0NNW30.16+0.07 64.0 65.3----
1123 8:50 am NNW 15.5 19.4 9.2 86.9NNW30.14+0.09 63.9 65.3----
1123 7:50 am N 17.5 21.4 9.5 86.5 NW30.12+0.08 63.7 65.3----
1123 6:50 am NNW 19.4 23.3 9.8 86.6 NW30.09+0.05 63.5 65.3----
1123 5:50 am NNW 21.4 27.2 8.9 76.1 NW30.06- 63.7 65.3----
1123 4:50 am NNW 21.4 25.3 9.2 86.3 NW30.04+0.00 63.7 65.3----
1123 3:50 am NNW 21.4 25.3 9.2 76.1 NW30.03-0.02 63.7 65.3----
1123 1:50 am NW 23.3 29.1 8.9 86.2 NW30.04-0.02 63.3 65.5----
112312:50 am NW 19.4 25.3 8.9 76.4 NW30.06-0.01 63.3 65.5----
112211:50 pm NW 19.4 25.3 9.5 76.3 NW30.05+0.00 63.7 65.5----
112210:50 pm NW 19.4 21.4 10.2 76.4 NW30.06+0.04 63.1 65.5----
1122 9:50 pm NW 19.4 25.3 9.5 76.2NNW30.07+0.04 63.5 65.5----
1122 8:50 pm NW 23.3 29.1 9.8 76.4NNW30.05+0.00 64.0 65.5----
1122 7:50 pm NW 27.2 33.0 9.8 116.5WNW30.02-0.04 64.0 65.5----
1122 6:50 pm NW 23.3 31.1 9.5 126.3 NW30.03-0.03 64.4 65.5----
1122 5:50 pm NW 23.3 27.2 8.5 126.1 NW30.05-0.01 64.2 65.5----
1122 4:50 pm NW 21.4 25.3----30.06-0.02 64.2 65.5----
1122 3:50 pm NW 21.4 25.3 9.2 136.3 NW30.06-0.03 64.0 65.5----
1122 2:50 pm NW 23.3 27.2----30.06-0.04 64.0 65.7----
1122 1:50 pm NW 21.4 25.3 8.9 136.4 NW30.08-0.05 63.9 65.7----
112212:50 pm NW 19.4 25.3 8.5 136.5 NW30.09-0.03 64.0 65.7----
112211:50 am NW 19.4 21.4 8.5 136.7 NW30.11-0.01 64.0 65.5----
 

robert0769

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Sep 29, 2007
140
24
vista, ca
Name
Robert
Boat
20' Grady White, name Dryfish
thanks for the info! I've heard about the weather reports. That buoy sure gave a lot of info, however tanner bank is 125 miles west and where I plan to go is south, 100+ miles away. I was saying that there are limit reports from the bank all the way toward ensenada.. that's limits over a 150 mile area. Another thing I've learned from owning a boat since 2008 is that weather is very inaccurate. This season, there was supposed to be a hurricane, and while everyone else was home freaked out, I was out getting limits that whole time with great weather. The only true way to know how the weather is, is to go out. I've been out in rough seas that calm down to nothing and I've been in calm seas that suddenly pick up.

Good luck with that. Tanner buoy yesterday and today:


TAO performance continues to improve after fourth service cruise. Read more...

Station 46047 (LLNR 82) - TANNER BANK - 121NM West of San Diego, CA


Esri, DeLorme, FAO, USGS, EPA, NPS
Large icon indicates selected station.
Stations with recent data
Stations with no data in last 8 hours
(24 hours for tsunami stations)
Disclaimer
Owned and maintained by National Data Buoy Center
3-meter discus buoy
ARES payload
32.403 N 119.536 W (32°24'11" N 119°32'8" W)


Site elevation: sea level
Air temp height: 4 m above site elevation
Anemometer height: 5 m above site elevation
Barometer elevation: sea level
Sea temp depth: 0.6 m below site elevation
Water depth: 1399 m
Watch circle radius: 1700 yards

Latest NWS Marine Forecast 1 and Latest NWS Marine Forecast 2

Important Notice to Mariners

Search And Rescue (SAR) Data

Meteorological Observations from Nearby Stations and Ships

Regional HF Radar Surface Current Observations

Conditions at 46047 as of
(11:50 am PST)
1950 GMT on 11/23/2014:
Unit of Measure: Time Zone:
Click on the graph icon in the table below to see a time series plot of the last five days of that observation.

Wind Direction (WDIR): N ( 350 deg true )
Wind Speed (WSPD): 13.6 kts
Wind Gust (GST): 17.5 kts
Wave Height (WVHT): 9.2 ft
Dominant Wave Period (DPD): 14 sec
Average Period (APD): 7.2 sec
Mean Wave Direction (MWD): NW ( 319 deg true )
Atmospheric Pressure (PRES): 30.13 in
Pressure Tendency (PTDY): -0.01 in ( Falling )
Air Temperature (ATMP): 64.2 °F
Water Temperature (WTMP): 65.5 °F
Wind Speed at 10 meters (WSPD10M): 15.5 kts
Wind Speed at 20 meters (WSPD20M): 15.5 kts
Combined plot of Wind Speed, Gust, and Air Pressure
Continuous Winds
TIME
(PST) WDIR WSPD
11:50 amNNW ( 347 deg ) 14.0 kts
11:40 amNNW ( 343 deg ) 14.8 kts
11:30 amNNW ( 341 deg ) 15.3 kts
11:20 amNNW ( 347 deg ) 14.2 kts
11:10 amNNW ( 348 deg ) 14.2 kts
11:00 amNNW ( 346 deg ) 15.0 kts
Peak gust during the measurement hour
TIME
(PST) GDR GST
11:25 amNNW ( 340 deg ) 19.4 kts
Previous observations

MM DD TIME
(PST) WDIR WSPD
kts GST
kts WVHT
ft DPD
sec APD
sec MWD PRES
in PTDY
in ATMP
°F WTMP
°F DEWP
°F SAL
psu VIS
nmi TIDE
ft
112310:50 am N 13.6 15.5 9.2 157.2 NW30.15+0.03 64.0 65.3----
1123 9:50 am NNW 15.5 19.4 9.2 137.0NNW30.16+0.07 64.0 65.3----
1123 8:50 am NNW 15.5 19.4 9.2 86.9NNW30.14+0.09 63.9 65.3----
1123 7:50 am N 17.5 21.4 9.5 86.5 NW30.12+0.08 63.7 65.3----
1123 6:50 am NNW 19.4 23.3 9.8 86.6 NW30.09+0.05 63.5 65.3----
1123 5:50 am NNW 21.4 27.2 8.9 76.1 NW30.06- 63.7 65.3----
1123 4:50 am NNW 21.4 25.3 9.2 86.3 NW30.04+0.00 63.7 65.3----
1123 3:50 am NNW 21.4 25.3 9.2 76.1 NW30.03-0.02 63.7 65.3----
1123 1:50 am NW 23.3 29.1 8.9 86.2 NW30.04-0.02 63.3 65.5----
112312:50 am NW 19.4 25.3 8.9 76.4 NW30.06-0.01 63.3 65.5----
112211:50 pm NW 19.4 25.3 9.5 76.3 NW30.05+0.00 63.7 65.5----
112210:50 pm NW 19.4 21.4 10.2 76.4 NW30.06+0.04 63.1 65.5----
1122 9:50 pm NW 19.4 25.3 9.5 76.2NNW30.07+0.04 63.5 65.5----
1122 8:50 pm NW 23.3 29.1 9.8 76.4NNW30.05+0.00 64.0 65.5----
1122 7:50 pm NW 27.2 33.0 9.8 116.5WNW30.02-0.04 64.0 65.5----
1122 6:50 pm NW 23.3 31.1 9.5 126.3 NW30.03-0.03 64.4 65.5----
1122 5:50 pm NW 23.3 27.2 8.5 126.1 NW30.05-0.01 64.2 65.5----
1122 4:50 pm NW 21.4 25.3----30.06-0.02 64.2 65.5----
1122 3:50 pm NW 21.4 25.3 9.2 136.3 NW30.06-0.03 64.0 65.5----
1122 2:50 pm NW 23.3 27.2----30.06-0.04 64.0 65.7----
1122 1:50 pm NW 21.4 25.3 8.9 136.4 NW30.08-0.05 63.9 65.7----
112212:50 pm NW 19.4 25.3 8.5 136.5 NW30.09-0.03 64.0 65.7----
112211:50 am NW 19.4 21.4 8.5 136.7 NW30.11-0.01 64.0 65.5----
 
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mullet

Metal Fabricator
Jan 10, 2006
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19"Gregor
Cortez-Tanner bank=Gods country
Know your capabilitys very well before venturing forth
 
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@-EZ

Fail, try again.
Apr 9, 2007
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Going south, OK. Cortez and beyond west, pay attention.

Not baggin, just saying.

Good luck and stay safe.
 
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kindafishy

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Jul 21, 2010
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bayliner cierra express 2452 "RYLEE'S WAVE RYDER"
ckeck this video and his others, he makes it look easy


just be careful, the second you underestimate mother nature she kick you in the nuts.
 

robert0769

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Sep 29, 2007
140
24
vista, ca
Name
Robert
Boat
20' Grady White, name Dryfish
Seems to be confusion in what I said. What I said was:

1: There are great reports at tanner bank
2: there was a recent report of limits down south toward ensenada

What this tells me and what experience tells me is there are still fish everywhere.

The plan is to go west 30-40 miles then south zigzagging looking for anything.

I do not have plans of going to tanner bank.

HOWEVER, if someone wants to cover all the gas going to tanker bank and back, my boat has the range to make it there and back on one tank, but I would also be bringing gas cans. So basically if someone wants to go fishing at tanned bank, gotta cover 130ish gallons between however many go. My boat can run all day and I haven't had an issue since 2008.

I hope that clears things up. I bought the boat in 2007 when times were better and now can't afford to take it out myself. So if you can and want to go fishing then let's go. I don't care where.
 

Vibora

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Aug 18, 2011
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Yes
Ok, do if I understand correctly , we can launch outta MB and troll all the way around the tip of Baja , and fish Tortuga or Isla San Marcos. On one tank of good gas, not Pemex ?
 

robert0769

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Sep 29, 2007
140
24
vista, ca
Name
Robert
Boat
20' Grady White, name Dryfish
Unfortunately my phone took a swim half way through the season but here's some of the pics I still have. These were caught anywhere from straight 45 miles west to the 302 to near ensenada but 20 miles west.

Hoping to make more

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robert0769

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Sep 29, 2007
140
24
vista, ca
Name
Robert
Boat
20' Grady White, name Dryfish
Ok, do if I understand correctly , we can launch outta MB and troll all the way around the tip of Baja , and fish Tortuga or Isla San Marcos. On one tank of good gas, not Pemex ?
My map only shows to San Jose but that'd probably be 100 miles just to that. It's a bit far for a trip like that. I'd say Tanner Bank is about my max range with some gas cans and being 100% confident we won't run out of gas. I'd safely cut my range at 300 miles round trip. That'd be about 150 gallons of gas.
 

peteking

Everybody take a look at the bad guy-T. Montana
Apr 21, 2013
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Pete King
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Ohana
My map only shows to San Jose but that'd probably be 100 miles just to that. It's a bit far for a trip like that. I'd say Tanner Bank is about my max range with some gas cans and being 100% confident we won't run out of gas. I'd safely cut my range at 300 miles round trip. That'd be about 150 gallons of gas.
WAS crappy out there and now it's very nice-probably as good as you'll ever see it at the Tanner buoy:



Wind came down as the pressure built...Caveat Emptor.
 
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fishfish

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Jun 21, 2006
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Go get 'em Robert and Good Luck! Want a full report upon return.Thx
 

kevina

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Sep 10, 2006
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Ya those current buoy reports are pretty useless:/
Your the people who looks out the window from the house and says "lets go fishing" Despite what the N.W.S says. The ocean can turn upside down in a matter of minutes/hours. Take heed or bleed if you know more than everyone else, And dont waste the resources looking for you when you don't pay attention
 

robert0769

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Sep 29, 2007
140
24
vista, ca
Name
Robert
Boat
20' Grady White, name Dryfish
Come on bud, in your own post you say the ocean can change in hours. What fishkilr said is buoy readings a day or two before you go fishing is useless. By the way, I went out with some people and the ocean was the smoothest I've seen all season or possibly since I've been boating since 2007. In fact it was creepy. The water looked like a mirror and made everything look waaayyy bigger than it was by reflecting off the ocean and also made the ocean literally look like it had an edge. Makes me wonder if that's why people used to think the world was flat.
Your the people who looks out the window from the house and says "lets go fishing" Despite what the N.W.S says. The ocean can turn upside down in a matter of minutes/hours. Take heed or bleed if you know more than everyone else, And dont waste the resources looking for you when you don't pay attention
 

robert0769

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Sep 29, 2007
140
24
vista, ca
Name
Robert
Boat
20' Grady White, name Dryfish
Go get 'em Robert and Good Luck! Want a full report upon return.Thx
Lots of ling cod, red cod, sculpin, bonito with one being a monster and a small yellow that I'd say is too big to be classified as rat. Limitsx10 of seal eaten bait. Had to stay deeper than 100'.
 

robert0769

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Sep 29, 2007
140
24
vista, ca
Name
Robert
Boat
20' Grady White, name Dryfish
WAS crappy out there and now it's very nice-probably as good as you'll ever see it at the Tanner buoy:



Wind came down as the pressure built...Caveat Emptor.
Good info Peteking. Reply any time! There's never too much info.
 

fishfish

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Jun 21, 2006
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Sold and Gone!!!
Thanks for the report, looks like your mission was accomplished!!! Right on!
 

fishkilr

on the water
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Your the people who looks out the window from the house and says "lets go fishing" Despite what the N.W.S says. The ocean can turn upside down in a matter of minutes/hours. Take heed or bleed if you know more than everyone else, And dont waste the resources looking for you when you don't pay attention
Come on bud, in your own post you say the ocean can change in hours. What fishkilr said is buoy readings a day or two before you go fishing is useless. By the way, I went out with some people and the ocean was the smoothest I've seen all season or possibly since I've been boating since 2007. In fact it was creepy. The water looked like a mirror and made everything look waaayyy bigger than it was by reflecting off the ocean and also made the ocean literally look like it had an edge. Makes me wonder if that's why people used to think the world was flat.
Wow...u both got it wrong... My comment was sarcasm...I work on a drum seiner.and rod and reel commercial...we use updated buoy reports every 6 hours to determine our next move..