Bigger sandbass/calicos, batrays, sharks, pretty much everything
Should have been your cue to tie on a shad like bait. When they are on that shad spawn thats the only thing they want.
Its gotten a little overgrown, so i can see how it would take longer for someone who doesn't know the paths
Thanks i like that idea. Just need to find out how to mount a cone without drilling into my kayak
Has anyone found a good method for stowing rods for surf launches? My kayak doesn't allow me to store it inside. I was thinking an 8' pvc pipe...
on the rocks. They were keyed in on baitfish. Use live bait to get them or do what these guys did and throw a swimbait...
Big ones on the chew. Live Mack, 1/0 hook, 25# mono
Huge schools of sardines just off jetty, spotted a school of small yellowtail, one 15-20#....
IMA baits are one of my favorite to throw. Those finesse top waters they have are amazing if you can find them for sale anywhere
If Texas rigging then
I would throw those havok swimbaits you can buy at Walmart. cheap and extremely durable. Perfect for the Texas rig, for...
Thanks for the replies guys.. only managed one corvina on the lc
Looks like I’ll be off work early today down by j street marina. Anyone have any tips fishing down there? I’ve heard the halibut’s are bountiful.
Hand feeding sharks? Braver than I am! Is this the same spot you were seeing yellows within casting distance?
Launch from Kellogg’s and go to Point Loma? That’s a looong paddle
Is that La Jolla?
Hundreds of fish, several seagulls, and one person. It catches!
The one jerkbait i catch all my fish on, Megabass 110+1. Got some gnarly teeth marks from the one i got today.
Wrong jetty! I'm usually at North Jetty rockin the infowars hat. Say hi if you see me out there! If you want a giant calico south jetty is a great...
Must have been one giant calico! lol. It honestly felt like I snagged a batray or something of equal weight
Got to north jetty around noon. Saw a group of birds crashing at the end and made my way out there. Carefully made my way out to the last rocks...