Capitola: Dave and the day of skates.

P1010094

April 24, 2009   Posted in: Fishing Reports

2 Responses

  1. gregsp@comcast.net - April 28, 2009

    What happened? we were just starting to hit buts on fish traps I even scored an 11lb striper from seacliff on a trap then 100 degree weather to break the wool out? I think the fish are still in shock what to do with themselves as the whole system from natural bridges to moss landing went flat. I have never seen anything like this in 40 years. Almost feels like earth quake weather or something.

    To make matters even stranger I saw a guy catch a wolf eel near east cliff which is the first one from that area I have ever seen. Its like twilight zone the movie!

  2. gregsp@comcast.net - May 1, 2009

    time to rock! Rockfish that is! Lings are good to,no split season the lings are 2 at 24inches,rock fish are 10 total with no more than two cabezon at least 15inches. The cabezon can be purple colored so don’t confuse them as a rock cod, AND GET TICKETED!

    tHE WEATHER COULD GET A LITTLE BOUNCY THIS AFTERNOON AND COLD SO FISH EARLY AND POST YOUR CATCH! iT WILL HELP ALL US OCEAN FISHERMEN DEFEAT THE RESOURCE LEGACY FUND FOUNDATION (rlff) WHICH HAS BEEN TRYING TO ZONE US OFF THE WATER FOR GOOD.

    fISH ARE AT FOUR MILE BEACH,MICHELS COVE AND OFF ADAMS REEF AND ITS FIRST COME FIRST SERVE,FLATTIES ARE OUT DEEPER IN THE 60-80 FOOT WATER AND WILL HIT WHOLE SQUID RIGGED WITH A SINGER HOOK.

    gOOD LUCK TO ALL
    gREGSP@COMCAST.NET