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Thread: REGULATING..... in the LBC

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    Default Regulating..... in the LBC

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    [Kaskade & Adam K feat. Sunsun - Raining (Extended Mix)]

    Went fishing last Wednesday in the LBC, only one keeper.....

    1 lobster
    25 sting rays
    8 sculpins
    18 mackerals
    1 sea star
    4 mini crabs and
    1 pesky sea lion,..... (we had to tire his ***, to lose him, thanks to the 120hp merc and opposing currents)

    launched from Davis harbor
    $12 entrance fee, 24/7 launch ramp, free water to rinse your boat (just bring a waterhose, cause we didn't know)

    we stayed close to the entrance, just getting a feel for the new used boat and motor my brother bought on offer up.

    we forgot our bait, so we used an led attracting light to catch one mackerel and then cut him up to catch more. The light worked good.

    Sea life.....was active, the little ones took a peak, curiosity took interest, and behind that....upper levels of the food chain where opportunistic....,little did they know, "WE" were the real threat!!!! and then they where in the bag.



    Since we didn't want to venture out to deep/far out, we destine our fortunes, we had bad luck with the target species .... lobsters. My theory, must of been a sandy bottom with no structure for the lobsters to hide. Only one that we caught and kept, near the bays sea wall................but what ever, new boat, new bay, ...its fishing! not catching!

    It was fun starting with no bait till finally having more than enough plus we got to fish from Long Beach for the 1st time ever. Can't wait till we do this again.

    FISHING THE SOUTHERN WASTE LINES OF LBC...... recon....in the memory of our minds...........mapped. .........sandy here....

    BUT BENEATH US.............LIFE IS ...............tingling and squirming.....no surprise........... to be "ALIVE".....and share our EARTH..........together.




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    Last edited by Roy; 02-06-2018 at 10:30 PM.

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    cool...been wanting to take the tin can out there.....are there rules as to where i can drop hoop nets...

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    Nice going guys,be careful out there,it can get sketchy in the dark!

    Cya Tuna Vic

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocFish View Post
    cool...been wanting to take the tin can out there.....are there rules as to where i can drop hoop nets...
    not that i know, then again, our first time in LBC..... my brother went back last week, he saw an area heavily spawned by buoys, all alike (way beyond the limit of 10 per boat allow), so he kept on "trucking". Just cause some don't obey the rules....should we fall beneath the standard to protect.... reporting this blasphemy of OUR waters.....and yes.....they are OURs to use.... use responsibly... and not to over fish like our fathers did....when plenty was the norm in the 50s, 60's. Be adamant and watchful. Maybe our most experience LBC lobsters fisherman can spare a word or two...............................................
    Last edited by Roy; 12-16-2017 at 01:44 AM.

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