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Heading down to DP Tuesday, hoping for an early launch...Anyone else going to be out? Anyone out this weekend with a report on conditions?
Still have not tried the hoop net thinh, but I bought 3 nets to try. Thinking about launching really earyl, 0200 or so, and trying outside the harbor. Any advice on that? I am still not comfortable drving too much in the dark, I do not have radar. Does anyone else out there drive around in the dark with out radar? Hoe the hell do you avoid the other traps? Besides using a spot light?

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Check the weather report before you go. It's been foggy lately. I was going out for squid on a friendâ??s boat last night, visibility was about 50â?? so we turned around and went back in. Fog is no fun.
 

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Thanks...It appears there will be a off-shore flow, so there should be no fog, but it could mean the n-ne wind could be up...
 

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We were out today, shark fishing off San Onofre and them bottom fishing off San Clemente pier. The whole day was low clouds, with fog hugging the coast and a cool wind out of the NW making the day chilly. Water was not rough, but there was a good 3 foot swell but it did not make drifting rough or fast and the wind did not add noticeable chop to the water. Wind was almost non-existent in the harbor when we got back.

Lot of baitfish breaking the surface while shark fishing and metered a bunch of squid between 100 and 200 feet in certain areas. Water was clean and clear.

Hope that this information helps.
 
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