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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: ARW: Hali hunt tomorrow Sat 6/23  (Read 456 times)

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The weather, wind, and conditions look stellar for tomorrow.

Hittin the ramp around 8am with kids in tow.

There are still big Halibut around-

Company welcome - ch.69 - See you there

Geoff


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I'll try to make it.


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Conditions really do look good, can't resist. See you out there!

-Michael
Bite should pick up with the change in the tide!


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 I wish I could make it but I will be out of the area
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Live Picture, super nice out at the outer channel right now. :smt004
Bite should pick up with the change in the tide!


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I ended the day with a 23" and released like 8 undersizes.
Thresher in avatar and Soupfin Shark in signature both caught and pic taken by me.
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I ended the day with a 23" and released like 8 undersizes.

Talked to at least ten different people and three shorts was the best I heard about until now, what areas were you fishing RBark?


I lost about twenty baits many had the flesh stripped from the bones. Almost got skunked but ended up catching a new species from the kayak....was quite the battle but was pretty sure it wasn't the target fish right from the start.
« Last Edit: June 23, 2018, 04:30:01 PM by Tsuri »
Bite should pick up with the change in the tide!


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I went out today at 9am.  Landed 3 shorts (one close about 20"..so close yet so far sigh).  2 on popsicles one on lucky craft.

Don't know where you all are fishing to be hooking up with so many.  I went straight out from the ramp 1-2mi to that deeper area.


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There’s a place where the water goes from 10’ to 30’. I was fishing a small channel there.
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Tsuri... I think I talked with you out on the bay today and saw you pulling up that bat ray. I had on a bright orange long sleeve shirt and was in a Camo Malibu X13.  I caught three shakers this morning... one early trolling a frozen anchovy. The other two were trolling a lucky craft minnow. I don't have a ton of experience trolling lures, but the strikes seemed bigger than with bait. I trolled my lucky craft behind a dodger, but was wondering if I would get better results without the dodger as the lure has its own action designed into it. I did hook up on something that seemed bigger with the lucky craft but unfortunately it will remain a mystery as it came off before I got to see it. Good day even with no keepers. First  three halibut from the kayak!


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Tsuri... I think I talked with you out on the bay today and saw you pulling up that bat ray. I had on a bright orange long sleeve shirt and was in a Camo Malibu X13.  I caught three shakers this morning... one early trolling a frozen anchovy. The other two were trolling a lucky craft minnow. I don't have a ton of experience trolling lures, but the strikes seemed bigger than with bait. I trolled my lucky craft behind a dodger, but was wondering if I would get better results without the dodger as the lure has its own action designed into it. I did hook up on something that seemed bigger with the lucky craft but unfortunately it will remain a mystery as it came off before I got to see it. Good day even with no keepers. First  three halibut from the kayak!

Try a spinner instead that's what I do.  Lot's of hookups on mine.  Still no keeper though..  :smt011
« Last Edit: June 23, 2018, 10:12:19 PM by FriedKalamari »


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Lot of shakers yesterday, landed 6 lost 1 close to the yak. 2 were at 21".  Got them on a spin n glo setup with tray anchovies.  On the water at 6:30, off by 11.  Was in the blue revo with sidekicks.

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