With the coastal temperatures predicted to be in the 80’s on the coast, my girl and favorite fishing partner Rachel, decided to make the executive decision to make Sunday a casual fishing and boating day. I was not going to argue with that! So we packed up the boat and gear around 8:30am on Sunday morning and headed down to San Diego Bay.
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The bonefish are off and running full steam. Shrimp, grubs, and Crazy Charlies are the ticket. Lots of yellowfin croaker are being caught intertwined with the bonefish. With water temps reaching the high sixties, we are still getting lots of leopard sharks, and various ray type critters.
Using carolina rigs with previously frozen Ghost Shrimp on 8lb spinning setups we targeted San Diego Bonefish in the back bay. Not only did we get into a great bite of Bonefish, but they also mixed in 6 other different species including Smelt, Sand Bass, Spotted Bay Bass, Halibut, Yellowfin Croaker and Black Croaker in 4 hours of fishing.
Captain Peter Hamann of San Diego Fishing Adventures shares a report from a recent fishing trip on San Diego Bay with a guide client and his two sons.
Finished yesterday morning with beautiful weather, no wind and 61 degree water. I took Katie and Brad out for some spotted bay bass fishing in San Diego Bay which was wide open with the incoming tide.
With two guide jobs right after the weekend of the San Diego Open Bay Bass Tournament, I decided to target spotted bay bass one day and halibut the next.
Captain Alan Clowers put his clients on great bay bass and sand bass fishing on San Diego Bay this morning, January 18th. They were fishing alabama rigs in 45-50′ of water.