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Topic: "Finished Business Tour"  (Read 8112 times)

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Tired like the rest of the crew, but for a teaser, two of the guys finished business. Overall a great trip and an awesome boat, despite the slow action.

-Brian G


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Very cool I can't wait to see pics.  I wish I was there with you guys.
« Last Edit: June 05, 2007, 10:26:57 PM by goldenarrow »


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Too tired to post anything, I had to spray my car with Fabreeze, with (2) kayak dudes and a spear fisherman, we all stunk.... Mostly me.  That was a ROAD TRIP!!!!.


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I hope you all had safe trips home.
That was a very fun trip with a great group.
The Yellows may not of cooperated too much.
but the bass fishing was as good as it gets.


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Too tired to post anything, I had to spray my car with Fabreeze, with (2) kayak dudes and a spear fisherman, we all stunk.... Mostly me.  That was a ROAD TRIP!!!!.
You guys should have "wetted" each other with the stuff before entering the vehicle. :smt003
Be Safe, Not Sorry = B'ropeUpFool!

Winner of nothing but goodtimes with good friends.


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I am dealing with the catch-up at work, I will try to post a detailed report with pics tonight sometime. Jim showed me how it is done on the calico's and thanks to him I landed a nice 7lb'er! Thanks again Jim, that was a blast!

Great crew on the trip, awesome folks all around. It is a different kayak fishing world down there...



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Had a great time, ate too much, slept great on the boat, didn't catch many fish, sat in the truck for e v e r, enjoyed great company, and would do it again in a heartbeat!

Thanks for all the fun everyone! Pic's to follow........

CHEERS!


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Had a great time with a great group of friends hanging around San Diego and fishing La Jolla and San Clemente Island.  The crew of the Islander was phenomenal.  They worked hard and prepared some INCREDIBLE meals.  We all just wished we could have been at the island a week earlier when the YT bite was off the hook.  Over a hundred YT were caught on one boat on Memorial Day.  The good news is that Andy "kicknbass" and Joel "mooch" finished buisiness with the only two YT's caught.  Andy had the hot stick and caught a yellow and nice halibut.  WTG guys.... I hope someone captured those pics.

On Saturday we fished La Jolla.  What and awesome place.  We had porpoises swimming along side as we paddled out and bait boils were errupting everywhere.  We easily filled our bait tubes with spanish macks and greenbacks.  I thought it was ironic that the first fish I caught was a legal 25" ling, so I quickly released it after the pic.  Sunday morning... Frank, Freddie, and I went back again.  I saw Frank hook into and get broken off by something big that towed him.  It was very likely a WSB or yellow.  While Frank was tying on a new leader, I moved into the same area near the edge of the kelp and hooked into my first WSB (15lbs/37inches).  Although that was much smaller than average, it still fought damn hard and wrapped me up in the kelp.

Back at the beach I bumped into Chris "RazorBack" and his buddy from the BWE board.  Chris had a very nice 23lb yellow and his buddy had a more typical 33lb WSB.  I can only imagine how hard those fought.


« Last Edit: June 06, 2007, 06:17:29 PM by ChuckE »

Winner - 2013 Doran Beach Crabfest
2nd Place tie - 2012 Alameda Rockwall Halibut Derby
Winner (Biggest Rock Crab) - 2010 Half Moon Bay Crabfest
Winner - 2009 Alameda Rockwall Halibut Derby
Winner - 2009 Paradise Halibut Hunt
Winner - 2007 NCKA Angler of the Year
Winner "Grand Slam" - 2007 Bendo @ Mendo III
2nd Place - 2007 Monterey Bay Kayak Fishing Derby
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Here are a couple of mine.







I hope Frank has some photos of my bigger bass


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Thanks for posting those Jim!

I should also mention that those red hats we are all wearing where given to us by Jim. They are awesome! Thanks again Jim.


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here are a couple of pic's


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I am glad you all liked them.
I set mine on the couch when I got home and took a nap. Woke up to it being shredded by our new dog.


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Great trip...more when I am less fried.

Great boat and crew, incredible food, can't say enough about the operation. Fishing was so-so...but thats fishing.  NCKA posse was great as always.  Thanks for the super cool hats Jim.

If I book it again, and I plan on it, I would like to be out there for a day or two longer to increase the odds of being there at the right time, and to improve the driving to fishing time ratio.  Like to get feedback on that idea.

Time to wash a bunch of gear and take a nap!


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and a couple more...


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and some more......
« Last Edit: June 06, 2007, 03:09:35 PM by Mahi Mahi »