Thanks for a really fun day on the water in San Diego ! Dave and I had a blast and loved seeing new species of fish and relaxing while catching a bunch of fish!
Here are some pics we took, and I did see us on your website – NICE!
A buddy of mine, Jake Craig, is gonna call you and hopefully book a day with you as he’ll be out there for the next ten days. He’s a good angler, and y’all’ll hit it off great.
Comer Hobbs , Jr.
Director of Commercial Bus Sales
Comer, Dave and myself had yet another great day on the big bay. We started out in the front at Zuniga jetty and caught a few nice Calicos. We then decided to work our way into the back bay. We waited out the slack tide and then it really started to pick up! The spotties went on the chew and we caught about 25. we thought it might be a good idea to try for some Bonefish. We moved over to one of my most consistent spots and were able to get two before the end of the trip. This was Daves first Bonefish. Success! I want to thank Comer and Dave these guys were perfect clients we had a great time.
Thanks to the Deforest boys for a perfect day of shark fishing. It started out a little cold and windy but the clouds cleared and it got warm and glassy. We were able to wrangle ten good size Blue Sharks. The sharks were very willing to grab the fly and were in the mood to pull back hard.
Check out the video footage in the video section!
This is our favorite little Trout hole that Morgan, Grandpa and myself decided to hit up today. I can’t tell you how amazing this spot is. We are very fortunate to work for the landowner and he stocks it with great trout. There are some Bass and Catfish but the Trout are really to thick to get anything else.
A squid boat from the San Pedro fishing fleet is shown offshore near the Children’s Pool in La Jolla in a photo taken – JOHN McCUTCHEN / Union-Tribune
Ed Zieralski gives his take on the great outdoors in his blog, Going Outside
SAN DIEGO — If you see a bunch of lights tonight off in the distance from La Jolla shores, it’s not an invasion.
Just as they did last winter, market-size squid have shown up in big numbers as close as three miles from La Jolla. And now those commercial light boats are going to illuminate the night skyline off the beach as they fish for the tasty calamari.
The word is out: Commercial squid boats landed 100 tons of squid last night and more boats are expected tonight, with vessels coming from San Pedro and Oxnard to load up on the easy catches.
Meanwhile, kayak and inshore boat fishermen who have had the stuff to themselves will now be sharing it. There’s been a very stealthy run on white sea bass and home-guard yellowtail in recent days, with anglers catching squid and using it for bait.
A commercial passenger sport boat also made squid bait in that area Thursday night.
Nothing like a showing of squid to electrify both the sport and commercial fishing industries.
Ed Zieralski: (619) 293-1225; (Contact)
Ted and Pete and myself fished the Bay today on a perfect day. We didn’t catch a lot but we did get some quality bass. The Bonefish have really sterted to bite and it’s making for some exciting days!