Mission Bay 11/26

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  1. Easy619

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    Fished a spot in mission bay this morning 8-11am. High tide near 7 foot at 8, current was moving fast once the tide started going out. Lots of debris in the water headed out the channel. Nothing special today, caught 3 calico bass, 2 spotted bass, a rock wrasse and a blacksmith. Calicos were dinks, the spotties were solid grade, 12-13", one of them was abnormally fat and decently heavy. Threw everything back today, though the fatter spotty was gut hooked, not sure if he made it. Nothing memorable but 7 fish 4 species not too bad. The wrasse assault of last month seems to have slowed, not as many bait thief bites today, a few solid tugs that didn't get hooked or came off. Shrimp for bait, threw a lucky craft a bit as well but no action on that. Tight lines
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    Nice!
     
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    those r some fat spotties
     
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    The first one pictured had a gut like a huge Largemouth or calico..dont normally see that. Was a male too i think. Felt like a solid 2lber i was suprised at the length not being longer
     
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    The fat one's full of food & still took your bait.
    Nice report :)
     
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    Females are the colorful ones in the Spottie world. Males are white jawed.
     
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    That's what I had heard, that the females have the purple/red coloration on the bottom of the jaw and neck.
     
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    The females are yellow. The purple pink and red are from fish eating on clam beds.
     
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