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Discussion in 'Bay Fishing' started by Easy619, Oct 30, 2019.

  1. Easy619

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    Fished a spot in mission bay this morning, 7:30-10:30am. Tide was incoming, water level high, high tide at 10:40. Fished an LC minnow on one rod and shrimp chunks on another. No takers on the LC, except for a duck which hit it but luckily didn't get hooked. On the shrimp caught 3 rock wrasse, 2 small calicos, and an opaleye. Kept the 2 bigger wrasse for tacos. Opal eye was hooked deep but not completely gut hooked, bleeding a little but i decided to toss it back. The bigger calico burried in the rocks deep..i let some line out and loosened the drag all the way and set the rod down for 10 minutes and he eventually came out and landed him. Getting chilly in the am..
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    Nice trip and report! We hooked a few rock wrasse last week as well, so I began to wonder if this is a spawning season for it.
     
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    Time the calicos and bigger inshore predators eat less, wrasse and other panfish take advantage of this..
     
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    Definitely chilly in the mornings, now I can be cold and get skunked :)
     

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