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Thread: Yellowtail

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    Default Yellowtail

    Last week I saw a photo of a rockcod trip off of Purisma that included a large (maybe 40lbs) yellowtail caught. The water is warm this year. I'm looking forward to some offshore prospecting.
    Bob

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    Im looking forward to just fish but I dont understand how many views topics get and nobody says nothing. Is everybody scared of typing?

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    The trolls killed this chat board. Try posting a report. You will get shamed so bad you won't want to leave your house.
    Thanks windfall. I hope your home isn't fire bombed.��������

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    Did not know that but it sounds kinda sad

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    All this is true
    The trolls are just angry, lonely and really not that large as to be scary.
    There have been lots of fish caught out of PSL.
    All kinds.
    Big ones too.
    And they're everywhere.
    And they taste good

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    But the lings have been a bit scarce
    Compared to previous years
    And the vemillions are full of eggs
    Seems a bit early for that
    But why not

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    Soon as I get back from utah We will be there. I cannot wait cause some of my best days ever are out of psl or morro Had high hopes of learning to use my downriggers and trying to get some salmon but to much stuff just got in the way.
    Hopefully more prepared next season
    Last edited by petej; 05-19-2019 at 08:00 PM.

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    Just started fishing again after taking a couple years and off. This site was once filled with information. Back in the early 2000s albacore, salmon, halibut, etc. info was shared by most all. Until, the white sea bass info was shared. Then all the little whistledicks got ****ed off because the sea bass grounds got too crowded and these same folks felt that those were their fish. So, now those same folks have their own private website to share their little gay *** secrets about the local fishing. The ocean belongs to all of us. To alienate certain individuals from their little private Central Coast fishy website is a joke.

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    as the saying goes.....shut up and fish. you can't catch fish without a hook in the water . if you cant catch all the fish you want right now you are the most unlucky guy in the world.

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    Great point and ouch

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