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Topic: Rockfish ID photo: Bocaccio  (Read 4559 times)

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mooch

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Bocaccio (caught by Chef / Steve)


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These are what Southern Californians call "Salmon Grouper" and what all the fuss is about down there too.


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That is a gorgeous fish.

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Joel,

You forgot to point out that the limit for Bocaccio is one per person at least 10 inches as part of your 10 RCG.

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Joel,

You forgot to point out that the limit for Bocaccio is one per person at least 10 inches as part of your 10 RCG.

Brian

what can I say Brian.....YOU COMPLETE ME  :smt008


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caught by Joel - 07.02.06 - Monterey


« Last Edit: August 25, 2012, 10:22:06 AM by Mooch »


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Those are both some freakin massive fish! Are they in any particular area? Monterey? Pacifica? An area you'd most likely catch??


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Those are both some freakin massive fish! Are they in any particular area? Monterey? Pacifica? An area you'd most likely catch??

Zee = Monterey


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Way to post a speedy reply there, Joel.
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Way to post a speedy reply there, Joel.
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Average boccash is about 20-26 inches long and 3-6lbs. But I've seen comm-caught ones over 15lbs.
I know there were considered threatened a couple years ago. But it must be all-good now because we can keep 10 inchers haha!
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Average boccash is about 20-26 inches long and 3-6lbs. But I've seen comm-caught ones over 15lbs.
I know there were considered threatened a couple years ago. But it must be all-good now because we can keep 10 inchers haha!

December 30th fished the close of SoCal and the damn things would not give up I caught 10 to 15 of them all 3 to 4lbs and had to toss them back...


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Ok so how do you pronounce Bocaccio?  Bo-ki-o?  Bo-ka-ci-o?


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Haha! Good question.

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Id love to get a nice long 28-incher for AOTY this year.
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