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predator
03-24-2007, 04:09 PM
Halibut here is $10.00/ lb in WA. :o What is the price of halibut in CA?



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triggerfish
03-24-2007, 06:12 PM
Let's see, 3.39 gal diesel.takes about 12 gallons round trip in the old powerstroke. then at least 25 gallons in the old bayliner,at 3.09. throw in a cal.fishing license 37.70 +5.80 for bay/delta stamp. 22.90 for a 30 pack of Bud light. 6 bucks for a tray of herring, 10.00 to launch. 7.50 for toll to cross the bridge. Lets see.... if we get a 16# fish after fileting it 10# of meat. That goes into $184.65. ???? $18.46 a pound. It sounds like you are getting a hell of a deal!!! ;)

metalmouth
03-24-2007, 06:36 PM
twopatch, Man I hate it when somebody does the math. ;)
Catching your own Halibut, Priceless!

triggerfish
03-24-2007, 07:01 PM
M.M. I forgot the Ice,2 stroke oil,food,Etc.etc.-etc. And you'r rightIt is PRICELESS!!! :)

Oxbow
03-24-2007, 07:21 PM
Halibut = $10.99/lb at my local market up here in the foothills, probably cheaper down in Sacramento but I don't like the traffic, the gangbangers or the boat thieves so I'll pay a little extra or spend the bucks to catch my own and not worry about the price for the pleasure of a day on the water.

EastBayAngler
03-25-2007, 12:48 AM
$10.99 a pound??? right on- I pay $16.00 a pound for grass shrimp and thats just bait! Maybe i should use halibut :D

blue_chrush
03-25-2007, 07:00 AM
don't forget,
boat insurance, registrations, maint, and month payments or storage.
all for the right to say, "I caught tonights dinner"....
or honey, what do you want me to pick up from the store for dinner
they have halibut from washington on sale for 10.99 lb......lol

ric1ric
03-25-2007, 09:17 AM
Would you ALL QUIT, that I don't do the math for one very good reason!!!
I don't want to Know

If I figure out what it cost I would have a heart attack and never fish again. Except for next week or the week after.

sokoo
03-26-2007, 11:47 AM
That goes into $184.65. ???? * *$18.46 a pound. It sounds like you are getting a hell of a deal!!! ;)

$1/lb for me on Sept 1, 2006

launch 10
bridge toll 5
gas towing to HMB 15
gas to fishing spot 2
sack to put the big one in (my cooler was too small) 2

total $34. Halibut caught: #14 and #21 = 35
The head was good too so we really didn't waste much from that 35 lbs.

timetofish
03-26-2007, 12:02 PM
Saw some this weekend for $10.99 lb. Told my wife that I'm bringing some home when I catch em'. She said it sounds like a better deal just buying it now!! ;D Guess she knows the "real" price of catching your own fish. ;)

crestliner_tom
03-26-2007, 12:05 PM
Save some money and find a better price for your beer!

Big_Easy
03-26-2007, 12:07 PM
I like the calculations! ;D $18.46Lb ;D

On the real side, I fished Oyster Point yesterday and ended up with sharks rays and something that I could not identify! Overall, excellent day! :-/

The guys that launched right after me landed 2 halibuts (legal size) on frozen anchovies. The 1st caught right in from of the Oyster point Pier and the other near the A-Frame by the stadium in SF. So, it is true cause I seen them for myself! ::)

somebody
03-27-2007, 02:44 AM
i was in costco yesterday and they were giving samples of halibut {cooked} and it was gooood. $ 15.95 for 2 lb frozen package. this is in carson city nv.

Fat_Freddy
03-27-2007, 06:56 AM
When I was a kid, we ate lots of fish during hard times because it was cheap. I remember my mother looking at pork roast that was selling for three pounds for a dollar and saying "I guess we'll be eating fish again."

pontoon_crew
03-27-2007, 10:17 AM
Save Mart in Manteca 11.99lb