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08-08-2005, 10:05 AM
Going fishing out of Santa Cruz in acouple of weeks and needed a little help with the locations to catch some fish (rockcod and salmon). I use to fish off of Davenport a few years back but I think its to deep to fish there now. Any help would be appreciated.

gone fishin
08-08-2005, 10:44 AM
Here are some secret spots that blue crush shared. But its a secret and don't tell anyone... ;D ;D

and heres some #s...
but lets keep these a secret, ok.... 8)
as these are some real honey holes....

Moss Landing Canyon 36 48.15N/121 49.00W Northern side
Capitola Kelp 36 57.85N/121 56.65W
Soquel Pt Kelp 36 57.00N/121 58.25W
Santa Cruz Reef 36 56.68N/122 01.31W
Three Trees 36 54.51N/122 02.52W
Park Reef Kelp 36 56.75N/122 03.31W
Table Rock 36 57.85N/122 08.05W
Sand Hill Bluff 36 58.90N/122 10.10W
Davenport Landing 37 00.45N/122 12.10W
El Jarro Pt 37 01.40N/122 13.60W
Greyhound Rock 37 04.50N/122 15.95W
Adams Reef : 36.56.06 / 121.57.50
One Mile Buoy : 36.56.22 / 122.01.00
Yellow#42 Buoy : 36.45.000 / 122.24.007

South Rock : 36.55.28 / 122.01.46

08-08-2005, 10:51 AM
There's a good rockfish bite at Mile bouy (straight out from the end of the pier) and a friend told me he's doing good for lings out in front of Natural Bridges beach (north around the point). ;)

08-08-2005, 12:03 PM
Is Ano Nuevo protected or can we fish there?

08-08-2005, 01:06 PM
Party boats fish there all the time. ;D

08-09-2005, 10:45 PM
Is Ano Nuevo protected or can we fish there?

jsut know its like a 40min boat ride in good weather
and gets longer if its choppy...
but the fish at the island are great...
and lings and capezone are #1....
the reefs at the mile bouy and so rock and the
reefs straight off the lighthouse at steamers lane
in like 50-70ft will kick out some good fish too....

08-10-2005, 07:07 AM
Thanks for all the info fellas. I'll make sure to post our scores after the trip. ;D