Sunday, February 20, 2011

Storm before the calm..

Blog Followers,

Winter storms are here and have put a bit of a damper on the local fishing, Hodges looks promising with high water levels and virtually no fishing pressure. Look for prime largemouth fishing in the coming weeks. Fish should be targeting bigger baits as they are loading up for the upcoming spawn, fish jigs and other crawdad immitations supplemented with search-baits like lipless crankbaits and chatterbaits. San Diego and Mission bays have been off and on as of late but some determined fishermen have been hooking up with the occasional flatty. Fly Tiers come on in and load up on materials for the opener that will be here before you know it. I also wanted everyone to know that the Qualifier 105 dropped off their 2011 schedules and looks like they have some great trips lined up. Happy fishing!


Sunday, February 6, 2011

Monday, July 26, 2010

Longfins Erupt at Dumping Grounds!

Fished the dumping grounds with Capt. Tony on the New Dippy yesterday (7/27/10) for limits of albacore for 3 people. Hot jig color was black and purple on zukers or small jetheads. We had up to 7 fish on one stop. Fishing went from decent in the morning to outstanding in the afternoon it was a great trip and great fishing! Thanks Capt. Tony. Come by the shop and get dialed in!
Although the sun is lacking, the surf fishing is not, the crowds and the waves are down. There is a large variety of fish being caught all along the north county coast. The offshore is picking up as the fish move steadily north and in. So come in and get hooked up.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Water has warmed up and the surf is down. Big schools of nice spotfins and sargo crowding the surf with corbina working the very inside for sand crabs. So come in and get the flies that get the fish.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010


lots of squid and late night bites. Its time to get out and chase some ghosts. Come in to the shop for the latest info, techniques, and gear to land that big one.