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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Monterey surf fishing report  (Read 512 times)

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prokhk

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I went out today to Manresa state beach, only stayed two hours. I got there around noon, soon after high tide. The surf was pretty rough but not unfishable. I found one sandcrab the entire time I was there and didn't see any signs of fish. At least it was a nice day to be out on the water.


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Thanks for the report.
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those days seem to happen quite often on the surf. try investing in some gulp worms. not a bad back-up bait to have when sand crabs are unavailable.


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Still beats work .


prokhk

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those days seem to happen quite often on the surf. try investing in some gulp worms. not a bad back-up bait to have when sand crabs are unavailable.

Yeah, I had some, didn't get a bit on them either.


 

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