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    Re: Farallon question

    Iím not great with copying links, but google Farallon MPA and youíll get the regs straight from the source.

    Biggest issues area hitting good weather and currents. Itís a long run home if things...
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    Re: Upper american river flows

    Yes there is. When Fred is on a Whiskey binge he normally passes out about 2:00 so the flows are stable for a few hours, but when he wakes up, he cranks up the flows to catch up. When Barney's...
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    Re: Lake Tahoe 11/9

    Congrats on a beauty of a Rainbow.

    Anyone know if Cutthroat are more prone to predation than Rainbows, Browns or Kokanee? I know they tend to be on the dumber end when it comes to catching them,...
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    Re: One More for the Season

    Well dome.
  5. Re: Are downriggers totally necessary to fish for kokes?

    Sounds like you answered your own question.
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    Re: Pyramid Weekend

    They may very well have been.

    Only once a year because I'm an idiot is the best answer. It's a three hour trip and just hard to get things planned in advance. I frequently talk about getting...
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    Re: Sacramento Area

    Congrats on getting into some nice fish. Don't worry, you made the old Honkster's day. I think I saw him yell about politics on a coffee thread the other day. Seems he aint happy, unless he aint...
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    Pyramid Weekend

    Made our annual Pyramid Lake trip this weekend. Fishing was tougher for us than in prior years but the quality of fish caught was awesome. Over three days and six guys we had three fish over 10...
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    Re: Pyramid 11/01/19

    Congrats on a nice trip.
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    Re: Prospect Slough

    Should be some fish around this time of year. Haven't been down that way recently, but years past, has produced well.
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    Re: 17 ft Tracker Safety

    Thatís a question only you can answer in my opinion. Boats can typically handle rougher water than folks think. It generally gets wet and uncomfortable well before you would get swamped. That...
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    Re: electric trolling motor

    Bow mount MinnKota with Autopilot is the best fishing tool I've ever bought. Doesn't have to be the newest, most features, biggest, but being able to pull from the front vs. push from the back, and...
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    Re: Catching bait in Tomales Bay

    Took a trip over last month. Jack smelt were up in the shallows or just off the edge where it drops into deeper water. They will home in on chum if you want to go that route. When we were there,...
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    Re: Bullards Bar 10-23-2019 (Last)

    You've had a hell of a run this year and last both. Congrats on getting out and making the most of an epic fishery. It won't always be like that, but it's good to enjoy when it is.

    Thanks for...
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    Re: Crayfish for sturgeon?

    Ghost shrimp was the bait of choice when I was a kid, and it was hard to find at times. Crawdads were the backup choice, but never did catch one on them. Found crawdads in the stomachs of several...
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    Re: Trolling in the Afternoon?

    I think there is an hour or so at first light that has a benefit mainly of just quieter water that's been calm for several hours, but after that, I don't think it matters. Several writers and guides...
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    Re: Ice House Limit

    Thanks for the report. Sounds like just short of a perfect day. Those lakes really turn on this time of the year. Glad you got some fish for dinner, and some tranquil peace for the soul. ...
  18. Re: Need advice on how to get into the trolling game...

    Only way to know how long a battery will last is to give it a try. A lot has to do with the motor and battery. If youíve got the room, a second battery is the way to go.

    As for electric...
  19. Re: Sturgeon-Vessel Interactions Resulting in Mortality in the SF Bay

    Have never seen it 30+ years fishing for them, more up the Sacramento River than in the bay. I have no doubt it occurs but donít believe itís significant to the overall population density.

    I do...
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    Re: Top Water bite

    You're a good man, and will be rewarded for doing a good thing. I've had the same situation and dilemma. Not even a topwater 20#er blowup next to the boat can replace the humble pride of knowing...
  21. Re: Need advice on how to get into the trolling game...

    My preference is Abu Garcia 5500, an Uglystik 7í ultra lite rod and 10# Maxima ultra green. Very dependable reels, almost unbreakable rod. The reason for the 10# line is itís less prone to twisting...
  22. Re: Need advice on how to get into the trolling game...

    Ditto on the trolling plate. Money-wise a trolling plate and a couple used manual downriggers are the best bang you can get. Not much you can’t do with that setup. Bungee the steering wheel...
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    Re: Star Bend report?

    Fish around and learning a new piece of water. Sounds like a good day even if you didnít get to stink up the boat.
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    Re: Los Vaqueros Reservoir 10/06/19

    Thatís a happy group of young men right there. Well done.
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    Re: Davis produces

    Good news to hear. I hope they take hold and do well. Thatís a fertile piece of water.
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