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 Posted: Thu Jan 25th, 2018 01:57 pm
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Anyone been out fishing?

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Yep the bote was in the sea mount 11 for 14 bite un yellowtail 14/18 pounds and saturday and 4 for 7 sunday 

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Should have been there last week! We loaded up with bait yesterday in one cast but the Seamounts were dead. Island was dead too. Waiting on a Pando report. Maybe Haystack?  The tables don't show a good bite, but the tides look good. The moon phase seems fine. Just try to avoid 3-5 days after the full or new moon. You can skip the fronts. Fish all day, especially around the tide changes and moon set. If you're going to plan for the hot bite and not be able to go the next day, you are nearly always going to miss the hot bite. I know, you don't believe me. I haven't really seen a hot bite last for more than a day this year. They certainly haven't lasted more than 2-3 days. So, what does that mean? Go fish! Certainly don't wait for a report and plan your trip for the next week. Most all of the hot reports I've heard of were created and not followed. The fish are in the water!

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The fish are here. Know one is fishing to find them.

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??? You guys fished for 3 Wednesday at Pando, three small were caught at the Island, you said you blanked yesterday, and they caught 2-3 at the Island today. They said they saw lots of marks. I saw a lot of marks this afternoon at the Seamounts. Maybe they aren't biting. Maybe this is the anti-bite before Spring ramps up. Blanks heard at San Antonio and Haystack, and most of the week. Probably no change for a couple days - moon phase. It was glass calm for grouper. I'll take you out again Chase, but you are getting a hard grammar lesson while you are missing class down here.

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Repsilon: Guess you better start fishing with "Chase".  Sounds like he is catching and knows where the fish are......???????  Think someone is blowing "smoke".

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Exactly. Fish are here. You say it all the time that fishing isn’t good at full moon. “Kiwi” have know idea what you are talking about. 

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No idea. I mean 'no', not 'know'. We're going for a grammar cruise right now!!!! There are fish at the Seamounts. I'm not sure how widespread the crab plague is. One boat caught six at the Island yesterday running braid and 20's. I can't believe that no one has made a real image plastic langostina yet. Maybe I should just beef up some bass lures or take some bacon out to catch them. Guys have been fishing hard all day. There are fish at Pando and the Island if you burn the fuel and time. Patience. They will start up again. Beautiful flat water at least. A lot of cool dirty water turning in close. There is some good life developing. Let's hope the crab attract the squid!

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Brian, what do you mean by "crab plague"? Are there lots of crabs or some type of crab illness going on?

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Lots of langostina crab. Probably tough to digest. Easy to catch. Maybe they get lazy in this cool water. They though squid were taking over, it seems more like crab at times. Guys see the same thing off California and the fish won't even bother with small live bait. It's like fishing a midge hatch.

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Somebody bring down some small red scampi tails! Might work.

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Boiled crawfish! Maybe a cooked shrimp tail in red dye with a regular and inverted red hoochie.

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Anything recent? Headed down next week. EL MATON, are you talking about the close sea mounts? Thanks!

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Fishing was slow early then picked up as we headed into shallower water. Found a large school of sardines that was full of yellows. Had a good hour of pulling fish from 8-20#. Fish were concentrated around the bait in a very small area.

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Yes - the Seamounts or Social Security. There have been some fish there lately.

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Lots of action on the jig today at white rock, but most of the fish were small. Only 2 fish about 16-18# all the rest were 6# or under

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Brian, are you recommending fishing the tide changes because that is when the fish seem to feed more or because it is easier to effectively jig? Thanks

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Fish feed when there is current. Not so much, where there isn't. Food is brought to them by the current. And fish become oxygenated by the current without having to expend the effort of swimming in search of food.

Of course, if they find a bait school, they aren't waiting for the current to activate them. They will feed.

But if you meter them and they are hungry and oxygenated, they are raring to go.

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I only recommend jigging during a hurricane if you are the Ironman.

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