That would be something
One tip not really mentioned about crappie.
They feed up. If you fish too deep you will think there's no fish. Since they suspend depth and speed...
Love Isabella. I usually target French Gulch or Cemetery area. Especially when the trees are flooded. Those are nice fish.
I don't remember what I ate yesterday, memory not great, in my defense Paul
You're right all of his grubs are awesome. I used the 9 " mogambo in the bay and it caught big halibut, WSB, Corvina and more.
In the beginning we used triple threats tipped with shiner minnows, then we we used triple threats with crappie nibbles. Over time we wanted more...
Man those are some nice slabs. Glad to see the Cap rebounding. Nothing like pre spawn females. They gotta be pushing 3
Wish we had made it when San V opened. I'm crippled pretty much. Fishing days are over.
Nope not me. Haven't heard from my old friend in years. Last time was back when I still had my Ranger
I remember. Those were the days.
Maybe the water is still a little warm
Except for my crash and burn stepping down off the deck
I think it could be the tullies at Otay that helps grow them bigger
Oh yeah, John Deere triple threat on a beetle spin tipped with a crappie nibble.
Oh yeah, my birthday and a bottle of Jack Daniels on Otay.
Good job Roy glad to see a post
Larry those are very nice gills, Coppernose to be exact
Try deeper around boulders, they chase crawdads and root for clams. If you ever want a back seater for panfish let me know
I'm going in the water for mussels, limpets, snails, and crabs, lobsters
Many saltwater species spawn in phases beginning in Jan.