View Full Version : In The Rain,On the Red

02-05-2010, 06:16 PM
Was going towards Zuma side area to try a new Boiler on the projected 0.8
Low Tide, yet at the 7am. arrival time it was a somewhat hide tide cond.
Maybe the 4ft. waves with the combined added rain water caused this ?
Could see the heavy stuff blowing in by 8am. from Ventura and by 9.am.
or so, the water was brown to about 200 yards out !!!
Since the heavy south pushing rain was coming in,the fishing endeavor
got pushed south to, which meant no Boiler fishing today. :Rolls Eyes:
Stoped on the way back to take a couple of condition pic.s and to marinate
the red gulp Camo Sand Worm on the way to the next stop.



Next stop got skunked except for this one lost soul wandering around all by himself
on the sand.

Maybe the pounding rain on the sand must have dislodged him from his place :???:


Next stop, figured that with all the brown water by now, at least the fish could see
the Red Camo Worm :Idea:





Next stop got skunked , but did score on the 24/7,365 crab go to spot,
still producing.:Big Grin: Should pay off later!!!


Chillen Out The Storm :Smile:


02-05-2010, 07:00 PM
Nice pics and a 10"+ Pig ta boot.
Wind was blowing hard offshore at Torrance 5 pm
Some hollow barrels and a nice left at Rat was consistant.

murrieta angler
02-05-2010, 07:10 PM
Nice job braving the elements Fishshep.
That 10"er is nice.
Do you think the fish scent stuff really works? I have some but never use it, especially after it leaked out all over my little tackle box.
Thanks for the pictures and report. I'm gonna try and get out next week, barring any inclement weather.
Robert ( murrieta angler )

02-05-2010, 07:26 PM
Good job beating the skunk...Sounds like conditions could of been better.