Wind gusts to 48 mph Friday, according to my fish weather app. Trip cancelled!
We were down yesterday. Crabbed the high slack first thing in the morning under the lighthouse.Anyone got a fish report ahead of the wild weather coming.
Thank you. The complements are really humbling. We have benefited from so many sharing their knowledge with us that we feel it's our responsibility to pass it forward.jcarufo-Your response is the most concise "how-to" I've read regarding the B-10 fishery.
I started fishing it in '99 or 2000, and while I learned it on my own, I owe most of my success to emulating a few locals (guides and highliners) and keying in on their decisions of when to move during a particular tide sequence (or time throughout a specific tide). This "patterning" (at times) can be a great tool to help add punches to the cards. Thanks for sharing, as your information should add to a significant amount of dead fish for folks!!!!
You sir are my hero. I love hitting the water about the same time and fishing until dark.1/1 today in the ship anchorage. Being the World's Laziest Fisherman, I didn't get out on the water until 1130. 45 minutes in, on the second pass, bonked a little 7.5 lb. coho. By the time I bled it, got tagged up, and cleared the deck, the sheep were on the water. Decided to be happy with my one fish and called it a day. Anchovy/triangle ~40' FOW, 30' of line out, 12 oz of lead.
Sturgeon Paul's in hammond will hold them as well. They place their order at 3 the day prior. So call before then to guarantee your order. I can't remember what time tackle time does theirs but same deal.Tackle Time Bait, in Warrenton. Best bet is to call the day before and they'll have it set aside for you the next morning.