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No clue here Mike, . . . my guess would be they're spawning.

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>Seabass? I know it's still a bit early but what's keeping the
>seabass from going off? Perhaps they're on finbait in
>1-fathom?

Mike,

Still there, at least for the those who know what there doing. The squid is very tough right now so you know what that does to the internet crowd!
 

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Good Luck Mike!
We're heading over fri. morning for the weekend, really looking forward to it.
Thanks for the insight Stefan, been fishing?

Josh
 

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Please tell me what it does to the internet crowd.
I'd really like to know.

John.
 

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>Good Luck Mike!
>We're heading over fri. morning for the weekend, really
>looking forward to it.
>Thanks for the insight Stefan, been fishing?
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>Josh

Josh,

Get a hold of me on thursday, I'll let you know what I know!
 

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>Please tell me what it does to the internet crowd.
>I'd really like to know.
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>John.

They fish what ever is being advertised like ling cod!
 

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>It looks to me as though they followed the bait to a
>different island to the north....
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>Andale


Yep, there's no more cbass at Catalina and the albies are out in front of the Coral, charge baby! ;)
 

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Hey Steph,
I heard of a WFO bite on XL sized red herring between the twin towers and Malibu pier, if you want the numbers call me.

P.S. Was up at Goose Lake on the Oregon/Calif border around March 5th hunting varmits. The snow geese were so noisy we had to change fields to get away from the noise. Also saw Canada's nesting in a eagle's nest in a tree top( very cool), and on top of an asphalt pile at a Cal Trans storgae yard.

Cheers, Ed T.
 

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Hey,

thanks for the heads up...on my way to the Coral to get those albies you were talking about...let everyone else on every website I could think about know, they are going too...

Good thing too, cuz while the experts were picking away on the occasional WSB at Catalina, I've gotten sick of catching them, I've got more WSB in the last month than I know what to do with, and I'm starting to feel guilty over the carnage...

Andale
 

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" I'm starting to feel guilty over the carnage"

No such thing Andale, they're tough to learn, enjoy the fruits of all the hard work pal!
 

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Hey Greg.

Expert schmexpert . . . fooey on THAT STUFF I say.
"We don't need no stinking experts!".

I'm 'bout to call you in 5 . . 4 . .

John.
 

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>>Please tell me what it does to the internet crowd.
>>I'd really like to know.
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>>John.
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>They fish what ever is being advertised like ling cod!
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OUCH! x(
 

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>Hey Steph,
>I heard of a WFO bite on XL sized red herring between the twin
>towers and Malibu pier, if you want the numbers call me.
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>P.S. Was up at Goose Lake on the Oregon/Calif border around
>March 5th hunting varmits. The snow geese were so noisy we had
>to change fields to get away from the noise. Also saw Canada's
>nesting in a eagle's nest in a tree top( very cool), and on
>top of an asphalt pile at a Cal Trans storgae yard.
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>Cheers, Ed T.

Hey Ed,

I hope all is well! Snows in Calif in March, hmmm I would have thought they would have been out of the US by then, who knows. Not fishing a lot right now, I've been spending most of my free time getting the new Mako rigged up, it's just about done mechanically, the rest of the work is just fluff, changing out the teak with Starboard and so on!
 
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