Friday, September 07, 2012
Saltwater Fishing Report – OUTER BANKS - The bluefin, yellowtail, and dorado are on the chew. After the holiday the boat traffic has dropped to a minimum and the fishing is really good. There is a big volume of yellowfin down at 90 miles that are headed to our local waters so the fishing should be good through October even in to November. Those yellowfin will be with the porpoise and they will be close soon. We have been catching bluefin, dorado, and yellowtail consistently every day. NOW is the time to go. With the low boat traffic all the kelp paddy’s are ours. ISLANDS - The yellowtail and barracuda bite remains very good. There are yellows all around the islands. These fish are big and it’s common to catch at least one around 30 lbs. SAN DIEGO BAY - The bay is wide open on spotted bay bass also the bone fish and sand bass are biting well. On a half day trip you can catch up to 75 fish with a party of 4. NOW is the time to get out and fish whether it be the bay or outer banks. Also the weather has been pretty calm and the ocean has been warm clean blue purple water with temps ranging from 69 to 73.
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Wow what a killer summer of Bass fishing we are having. I am way behind on my reports so I thought I would just share these pictures from the last few trips. Get out there!
Friday, August 10, 2012
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Wednesday, July 18, 2012
SUMMER - Fishing is great! Too busy to write....gone fishing!
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
SUMMER is here! If you think you can't catch a big fish in the summer think again!
Here is Andrew with a 10.4 at Diamond Valley Lake
Over at Lake Hodges the bass are eating everything; topwater, crankbaits, senkos, and the drop shot.
El Cap is also really good right now. Try topwater baits near the shallow brush in the morning then fish the drop shot or trig worm down to 20ft. When the wid picks up throw a buzzbait or crankbait. Find the bait and you will find Bass like these....
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