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Discussion in 'Bay Fishing' started by mick, Mar 10, 2014.

  1. dj thrillz

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    If you could see how tough it is for me to make out photos on wifeys phone you would understand why I said queenfish lol.
     
  2. kobra

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    Hey Kev, I wasn't giving you a hard time so please don't take it that way. I was just giving my opinion.
     
  3. dingokevin

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    Did not take it as a hard time. What did you say that was giving me a hard time?
     
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  5. leetron

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    People on my other forum said Diamond Turbot and Flounder. What do you guys think?
     
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    No making fun of my drop shop weight either, I already know its ghetto
     
  7. CrazyDonkey

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    I would agree with Diamond Turbot, Flounder is a lot more round I think.

    That drop shot rig is ghetto, lol...not going to lie though, I've done that before.
     
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  8. dj thrillz

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    Diamond Turbot 100%
     
  9. Pondhopper

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    How about this angel shark

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    Nice Angel! Did you let it go?
     
  11. Pondhopper

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    Yes sir. No one ever believes that I caught it on a big hammer too.
     
  12. dj thrillz

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    I believe you, my biggest angel was on a swimbait as well. Nice one!
     
  13. Soak The Long Rod

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    I caught this little beaut in San Diego bay a couple weeks ago but was too afraid to touch it. Picked it up with pliers and threw it back in, was i in any real danger?

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  14. Nute

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    Just depends on you level of confidence handling sculpins. The only poisonous part are the spines along its back (and maybe the side fins?) anyway, I don't have a problem lipping them. Like I said, it comes down to you level of confidence.


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    http://www.dfg.ca.gov/marine/mspcont4.asp

    ............."The California scorpionfish is the most venomous member of the scorpionfish family in California. Its dorsal, pelvic and anal fin spines are associated with venom glands and are capable of causing an extremely painful wound. Penetration of the skin by any of these spines is followed almost immediately by intense and excruciating pain in the area of the wound. Many treatments have been used for California scorpionfish stings, but immersion of the affected part in very hot water seems to be the most effective. Multiple punctures can be quite serious, producing shock, respiratory distress or abnormal heart action and may require hospitalization of the victim."................
     
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    Deckhand on my last half day trip was about 2 inches away from catching the biggest scorpion fish I had ever seen to the face when someone swung it over.. Right after that the Captain got up on the tank and gave the scorpion fish briefing.
     
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    Damn! Close call!
     
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    Caught this Horn Shark @ North Island Pier

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  20. Kilo_Papa

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    Was that Angel Shark in the MCRD channel?
     
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