Capitola: Summer sardine feast in full swing

* WPG2 CANNOT LOCATE GALLERY2 ITEM ID 81439 * Danny, Jeromy, and Alex got in on the afternoon sardine bite in the marina. They left late today, tried for some rock cod without too much success (without any, actually, but success is relative when the weather is nice). Then they came , took a lunch break at the restaurant, and Ed pointed them at the sardines in the marina. They finished the afternoon by filling up a bucket of sardines and had a great time.

So – obviously – there’s a lot of bait around. The sea lions are actually exhibiting pack like behavior; they’ve been sort of mowing through the bait in waves. Literally. It looks like waves. There have been dolphins cruising through as well. Pretty cool.

Weather wise – a little bit different from yesterday. It was kinda drizzly in the morning (lots of fog) then it cleared out to the usual paradise mode, and now we are back into some fog. It’s not too cool however, so eh it’s fine. Tomorrow is supposed to be the same – we’ll see.

July 17, 2009   Posted in: Fishing Reports