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Topic: Reports of Halibut in Capitola and WSB in Monteray TGTBT for this week-end?  (Read 659 times)

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Hi Yakers:

     Anyone going to Fish the Coast this week-end?
How about it Doug and Alex? :smt006
                                                           Sea-ya
  Fishsniffer Post                                     Ernie

Monterey/Santa Cruz
Squid fishing is still “wide-open” and crabbing is good for anglers boarding charter boats in Monterey Bay, reported Brian Cutting of Randy’s Fishing Trips.
The 7 anglers aboard the Chubasco on Wednesday, February 3 returned with 80 squid and limits of crab. The squid hit straight outside of Point Pinos, according to Cutting.
On February 6, the 17 passengers on the Chubasco caught 50 squid and 3 crabs per rod. “The squid started hitting the jigs at 500 to 600 feet deep and came up to 100 feet below the boat,” said Cutting. “They averaged 20 to 30 pounds, with the largest going 35 pounds.”
“We’re still catching lots of squid and crabs,” said Chris Arcoleo of Chris Fishing Trips. “For example, the 9 anglers aboard the Checkmate on February 8 caught 50 squid, 60 crabs and 15 to 20 sanddabs per rod. The squid are showing 3 miles west of Point Pinos at the edge of the Monterey Marine Canyon, while the crabs are showing in the bay.”
“Private boats have reported nailing a few white seabass,” said Arcoleo. “They are averaging 40 pounds and are hitting frozen squid in the bay between the Holiday Inn and the Soldiers Club.”
“Bad weather and heavy shoaling in our harbor entrance has kept us off the water lately,” said Ken Stagnaro at Stagnaro’s Fishing Trips in Santa Cruz. “Before the storms, fishing was good for sanddabs, a few white croakers (kingfish) and an occasional jumbo squid.”
« Last Edit: February 18, 2010, 11:02:51 AM by mendohead »
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