Jump to content

sea yea 2

  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by sea yea 2

  1. Its a real shame people act like this but it will never stop, you only have a couple choices and they are ignore it or do something about it.

    Generally if you ignore it and let it go its the end of it.

    If you do something about it the consequences can be unfortunate to say the least.

    Frankly, i never tolerated bullying in school when i was younger or anywhere once i was an adult and i never will.

    This may cause me some negative impact but you can be damn sure nobody including myself will be bullied while im there, i simply wont tolerate it, it will go as far as they want but these people should be taught a lesson.

  2. Stick to ff on the dipseys and run meat or spoons on the riggers, your leader between flasher and fly should only be a couple feet long, your leader from flasher to meat should be 4-6 feet long depending on the day.

    I wouldnt be certain everything is at the right speed if you are not catching anything, keep mixing it up till something works. Some days i troll as fast as 3.5mph down speed and slam fish.

  3. Figured id add that i posted a report a few weeks ago that didnt recieve a single response, which is fine but instead of people constantly posting and begging for spots and tricks and tips maybe they could actually read a report or 2 and try to learn something. I remember when the north shore forum actually had reports, not just newbs looking for a pile of free info without doing any work whatsoever themselves.

  4. I rarely use a twinkie rig and prefer to run just a paddle and a meat head,

    Generally 4-6 feet from the paddle.

    Some days they like it shorter some longer never hurts to try different things.

    I wont leave the dock without some sort of meat in the boat be it whole or strip herring, strip ballyhoo or milkfish or whole anchovie.

  5. Went out for a loooonnnggg day of fishing starting around 630 am and running till 830 pm with a quick lunch break in the middle. Water was cold on top no thermocline no bait no hooks no nothing. There was a pile of boats in tight so we started around 230 fow and worked out, we came in once the traffic cleared but there was nothing in shallow. We started the morning shift going 5 for 10 with small kings and bows all coming in 300 feet+ mostly on ff. the afternoon shift went over four hours without a hit until we picked up a screamer out deep as i was letting a dipsey out.

    She bounced around 25lbs so i let her go as i figure it wouldnt survive the week. The rest of the day was a slow pick at smaller kings bows and one coho.

    I really hope the big girls come out soon, im missing those days of multiple 20+ lb fish being the norm.

    Anyways tightlines all!


  • Create New...