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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Trout on Steroids - Shadow Cliffs  (Read 1331 times)

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With all the main ocean targets being out of season, I took the kayak out to shadow cliffs for a quick morning workout and ended up doing pretty well on some quality stockers. Trolled grubs from 7-12:30 for 2 solid fish around 6 pounds and 2 smaller fish around 2 pounds. Met a few other NCKA people out there, one of which landed a nice one that looked to be around 7 or 8 pounds Check out the video here:



Thanks for watching and I hope you all are staying busy while waiting for salmon and rockfish season to open back up!


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Wow  :smt007  Thanks for the report, picture, and video DHF.
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Awesome haul!


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Nice video. Good job on the bow's

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Knows not where hes going to...


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 :smt006

  So, how do those Mutant monster fish taste?


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Thanks for the video, beautiful looking fish, never heard of the lake where you fished. Where is it located. Nice job.


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Thanks for the video, beautiful looking fish, never heard of the lake where you fished. Where is it located. Nice job.
located in pleasanton. Right next to the border of Livermore/P-town.  Very small lake, plants lots of fish.


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nice catch! people have been killin em there


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Wow! Are they decent eats at such a hefty size?


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What do these stockers taste like? I have ate Berryessa rainbows but they are a different strain and taste great with nice pink/orange meat. I've heard these can get quite mushy and the meat is an off white color. What's the deal?


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What do these stockers taste like? I have ate Berryessa rainbows but they are a different strain and taste great with nice pink/orange meat. I've heard these can get quite mushy and the meat is an off white color. What's the deal?
Lassens are a strong orange color.  Nice meat.  DFG fish have been getting better quality recently as well.


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Yes Lasson trout produce a nice orange edible meat.  Picture of filet from a month ago. 

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Yes Lasson trout produce a nice orange edible meat.  Picture of filet from a month ago.  [img width=640 height=480]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180208/c1fb9c18baaabbad01880294e7f37214.jpg[/im]

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wow nice this looks nothing like the planter i caught at quarry last week.

they probably add some color to the feed to get the orange, certainly is more appealing.