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Thread: venturing OUT, no more piers, No MORE BAYS... no more PAIN.

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    Default venturing OUT, no more piers, No MORE BAYS... no more PAIN.

    DANIEL SON!!!



    "Moon" Little People

    learning... to fix engines (outboards) .... is half the experience.... "we arent TITANS!!"

    my brother bought a HONDA four stroke blown head, fraction of the price, fixed it (3 time is the charm)... now we f cken bad!!!! we had never venture out the protection of a bay... now we kind of koc ky... the honda always starts... and efficient ... now we need to learn "INSHORING"*... and phantoms. {fathom}

    we now create wakes... like never once before......



    bank!!! (the rattled/ squeak of the tubular cage, sry, we working on it)

    "Fathom, old English measure of length, now standardized at 6 feet (1.83 metre), which has long been used as a nautical unit of depth."

    source "https://www.britannica.com/science/fathom"

    explore the music.... back every element ....... "music sets the tone" and artist are do their part 100%

    ::: good things like this... just REPEAT them selves.....its sometimes... that thing to bring us... back...WE are just there!!!! life, is good, " WE JUST DON"T KNOW IT"!!!!

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    my 1st white fish ever... we dont know any spots but this litttle dude was the best catch of that day, and he got to go back home in the water.

    and the REST OF YOU???!!! well suck it, forget it about it!!! mama mia!!!... get out here!!!! experience the salt splash on choppy seas.. the skunk for some, and the redemption... as you just should off change the hose to not get saltwater... in the ENGINE! (hint hint)
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    Roy finally one of your post I could understand!��
    looks like a nice setup you guys got there. Keep us updated
    On your fishing trips.

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    So wad ya catch? :-D

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    Yeah, i do get .... tipzy, ill try to keep it legible, "GOLD I tell you, in these waters...."we caught!!! fever to deep sea fish.. now.. when we want, where we want... WE MUST ADMIT, the fish finder... is our Achilles heal. WE need a f cken big screen!! the bigger the better... "i hate picking up the anchor in 100 foot waters... " where , was I, jk

    deploying the sea anchor ..... for the first time was EZ, just study ... nautical charts... i guess with current variables.. fluctuation... heard there is an up hill poor sea anchor deployed.. "opPS! i probably did that ... it felt neutral
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    play/ read/ see



    Bonobo - All In Forms (Letherette Remix)

    we here back , like a drug... for the second time
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    Setting up
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    See what we catch
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    2nd time fishing point loma, we got to fish all rage of fish species from 20 feet to 1500 feet deep (lots of sandads and a white croaker...wtf at 300). 9 mile bank , west side of the canyon is deep , ill pass. Humbled on how deep the ocean is just literally so close to shore. Getting spooled to verify the fish finder... that was something!



    Here are some of the pics of the catch today.

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    There a nice whitefish caught by someone else (Ruben my competition) and a 19" non keeper halibut (too short , sucks to be you Ruben, jk...GG)

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    We also ran into what must of been like 100 dolphins hunting in a tight pack. It was Surreal!!!! to be in that middle of that commotion. what a moment to experience to be able to remember. Here is a not to good picture that is hard to see the scale of that pack.

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    Aside from being sleep deprive cause I always get hyper that im going fishing the next day, all in all it was a good day. We were thinking of hiring a guide for their wisdom and fishery spots after the 1st time out kind of sucked... but only on the next trip, we are please with the fishing, we just need to learn more about fish finders and find the spots and keep them to ourselves...hehehe. We know one that is a for sure already...

    Never had I/ we caught so many species in one day like today....

    venturing OUT, no more piers, No MORE BAYS... no more PAIN.

    nahh, jk, ALL FORMS OF FISHING ARE GREAT

    but Inshore fishing REIGNS supreme,,,, crazy stupid in the variation.

    cant wait till next trip........

    behind the scenes.... 10-30 seconds short clips, if you have time.





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    Last edited by Roy; 11-14-2021 at 04:53 AM.

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