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Old 02-03-2010, 09:31 PM   #41
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Rick's fish was bleed on the kayak and weighed on a certified scale (5) Hours later. It still managed a tick over #52.

If there wasn't such a long delay getting it to the scale I believe it would be the record.

Arne's fish was 52 lbs 8 oz.
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:33 PM   #42
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Wasnt this thing like 53 pounds?
That was the 50+ fish I was thinking about. All nice fish for sure.

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Old 02-03-2010, 11:07 PM   #43
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The "Maestro" (Josh) says that the series of storms washed all the sand out to the canyon ledge which has triggered the squid to come up & spawn. To verify his theory I cut open a few of the bigger greenbacks. chock full o jolly ranchers. he's right.

tick tock..tick tock
He also said this little tid bit....

"If there was a Batman' esque sign we could flash during the night, something only the kayak community we love could see...that would be a different story. I'd be all for it, waving the flag. And it's not about being selfish either, it's about protecting the resource.

If you stumble upon something of mass proportions, or even looks like it could turn into something of mass proportions...please use discretion when considering a "timely report". That said, I could care less if you P.M. every person you know. Feel free to call every fishing buddy you have and I'm sure they'll be happy to return the favor some day. We all know these times I speak of, rare opportunities at that, special occasions indeed! Special occasions we all love to share with "friends". These special occasions don't need to be accompanied by a fleet of boats. It's avoidable with some discretion and just a sprinkle of common sense. Trust me, it's been done before. Not by accident, either."

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Old 02-04-2010, 04:27 AM   #44
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True dat...

If I was a professional guide I would certainly ask my clients to use the better part of discretion as to sounding a Fire Alarm in regards to a wide open bite, or squid bite, the latter of which is not true at the moment.

I guess they pay for that information and can use it anyway they want, but it splashes back to the provider, "The Guide" and in this case I would think Josh would not approve of broadcasting a bite message as per his wise words written in the previous post.
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Old 02-04-2010, 11:21 AM   #45
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Old 02-04-2010, 11:50 AM   #46
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The Fish of a Liftime was caught early last week during the day and I saw no evidence of squid on Friday pm or last Sat am. The launch is a mess and will likely be that way for quite sometime. The City's boozers are working the all the storm bull around our city streets and LJBT Club keeps dumping kelp in front of our ramp unabated. Be careful with the sharp drop-offs at the street and curb edges where stagnant water is now staying put during all tides. I still have confidence we will see a real squid spawn but I would not canceal any Superbowl Party plans you may have this weekend.

My son hooked a Thresher pup on Sat am that fortunately bit thru the line just as he was already talking about bringing the jaws to show-off at school. I yo-yoed my arms off both days with no white gold grabbing my jigs.

Killing two Fish of a Lifetime in one day seems a bit excessive. I am sure there is a good story behind Arne's fatal harvest but folks should be aware that Josh can provide release as well as catching lessons for those that are interested.

No large fish were caught last Friday as Josh's 12 hours on the water can atest to. Conditions were certainly not glassy last Sat or any day this week and I believe Mr. Miller looks a bit younger in his ?summer sun? Trifecta photo with different waders on as well.

Ten yaks and one PB out this am with some bird action as I looked out into the Canyon at 9am today. Although I am not a big f-ball fan I would say watch the game and wait for another report to varify the real situation. I may hit it again tomarrow pm so feel free to pm me if you want a timely report. Now, with the BD post the PBers will be out in force this weekend. Maybe, Mr. Miller holds gasoline futures in his portfolio?
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Old 02-04-2010, 12:30 PM   #47
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I came across these on the beach yesterday, they explain the "different waders"

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Old 02-04-2010, 04:50 PM   #48
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Old 02-04-2010, 05:01 PM   #49
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Man this post sure has BD interested...I got emails from like 3 of my pb friends saying "hey look what this dude caught in LJ"!
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Old 02-04-2010, 05:26 PM   #50
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Old 02-04-2010, 06:18 PM   #51
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So maybe we need a secret code that only those vetted by BWE royalty can decipher. If you catch your fish near the LJ canyon, you could post that you were off the glider port. If you say La Jolla, you might really mean Bird Rock and of course, Bird Rock could be north of the pier.

When fish are biting on iron the code word could be Schwarzenegger or some other iron pumper. Bait could something tasty like Burrito or your favorite porn star.

When the squid actually show up we could spread the word covertly by mentioning that "unemployment benefits are being extended". Those in the know... would know.

Of course none of this will work unless we first come up with a secret handshake. For further security maybe we could all get a tiny tattoo in an inconspicuous place that could be used to confirm that someone you just met is worthy of befriending.

This is very serious stuff. We have to do something something now to stop the unauthorized dissemination of our secrets. If we fail to do this, we could soon be overrun by Chinese hackers intent on catching every fish in the area and shipping them back home so Communist party officials can pose for photos with trophy Yellowtail or WSB.

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Old 02-04-2010, 08:14 PM   #52
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remember this one iceman

Bluegill on the redworm at the bubble hole
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Old 02-04-2010, 08:24 PM   #53
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I was at Torrey Pines with pumping iron with Lou Ferrigno when Pamela Anderson comes up and says ‘Hey boys, you want a piece of my tasty taco? I could extend your benefits if you want’ All of a sudden Lou’s pole gets bent and he’s trying to straighten it out but can’t. I don’t want to be left out so I say to Pam ‘Hey wanna see my tatoo? Its in a super secret spot’ Of course she would have wanted to see Lou’s tatoo, but mine - no way. So Lou and I went home and had a few beers. Going with Arnold tomorrow.

I don't know how useful this is, but at least it doesn't give anything away!

I never catch anything anyway.
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Old 02-04-2010, 08:31 PM   #54
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So TCS, how did your neighborhood respond when they all received the invite to huge fish fry featuring fresh YT and WSB along with the tasty lobster and Humboldt Squid that you hauled up today. They must have been really impressed by the near world record size of your catches. Too bad the marlin got away.

Congratulations on a very successful day on the water.

See how easy it is to decipher these posts when you know the code.

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Old 02-04-2010, 08:32 PM   #55
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Old 02-04-2010, 09:56 PM   #56
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What a difference a day made...

twenty-four little hours...









So what did it weigh?

52? On a certified scale? Any ounces?

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Old 02-04-2010, 10:03 PM   #57
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wow. skiffman makes an appearance! and arne got called out for killing two fish in one day! classic!
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Old 02-04-2010, 10:35 PM   #58
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Rick's fish was bleed on the kayak and weighed on a certified scale (5) Hours later. It still managed a tick over #52.

If there wasn't such a long delay getting it to the scale I believe it would be the record.
Being that I was the one to do the certified weight on Ricks fish I 100% agree with this statement. This fish easily lost enough weight to beat out Arnes fish. It was fairly dry when it got to OEX plus that little bit of weight the bleeding takes would have put it over im sure.
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Old 02-05-2010, 06:43 AM   #59
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Thanks Jim for taking one for the team over on BD, well said.....
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Old 02-05-2010, 07:51 AM   #60
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Damn I didn't want to do this ... but just so the "record's" straight:

All the fish was eaten. Two fish in one day, three fish in three days, five fish on a three day trip, who friggin cares. It wasn't gill netted, store bought fish ... it was perfectly legal ... it surely wasn't immoral ... and it wasn't, imfo, excessive. 'Nuff said.

The "record" is pretty meaningless - I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. It's gonna be broken. But if you're gonna consider "what ifs" ... then get 'em all in Mine was bled otw. Don't know how long it was b/t catch and scale but I'm guessing at least a few hours. I fished a while longer - at least long enough to fight another yt where I "practiced my release" - got a few pics in, distributed some bait, paddled in, took some more pics and tape shots, stopped for coffee, yadayadayada, and then drove up to Oceanside for the weight. It, too, was dry and stiff ...

I'm out,
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