Capitola: Mullet power – activate!

Myron and halibut
Here’s Mighty Myron the Mariner with the nine pound flattie he caught today out by the Capitola reef buoy (before it mysteriously sank). He was using live sardines on a halibut rig. It bit about noon – before that he was fishing over by 26th avenue and lost one there. He also returned two undersized lings and a couple of brown rock fish. A pretty decent day for Myron – his mullet is definitely making a comeback.

Bait was plentiful again this morning just outside the marina – lots and lots of sardines. Initially it was over more on the west side of the wharf but moved to it’s usual spot by 7:30 or so.

Not much of a wharf report today – we were not paying much attention. However Ed is just now baiting up to go find himself a striper – we’ll see.

July 12, 2010   Posted in: Fishing Reports