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    Re: Bodega Bay. Snaring Report 11-8-2018

    Quote Originally Posted by kujolass View Post
    Thanks for the report.

    I had a similar slow day on the opener down in Pacifica.

    I always seem to do better with some rain - good luck on your next trip.
    Sunday veterans day weekend.
    Same spot Campel Cove Bodega
    Bay. Shoulder too shoulder
    With other snarers Coeficent
    Numbers around 65 or so slower
    Under current. I had 3 hookups
    and 3 landings 2 reds and one
    Baby Dungeness for7hrs. Of being
    Committed to the snaring cause.
    I'm convinced that the crabs are
    Defnetly not there. I'm thinking that
    It's a week or two early and they will
    Migrate our way at some point. I think around the end of November the numbers will increase dramatically.
    Everybody else seemed to be having
    The same non-existent luck as me.
    Until then. Tight snare loops everybody.
    Yours StrongAddiction.
    Last edited by StrongAddiction; 11-13-2018 at 09:38 PM.

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    Re: Bodega Bay. Snaring Report 11-8-2018

    Thanks for the report.

    I had a similar slow day on the opener down in Pacifica.

    I always seem to do better with some rain - good luck on your next trip.

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    Bodega Bay. Snaring Report 11-8-2018

    Cambel Cove Bodega 11-8-2018
    Arrived 6:15ish AM. Fished
    Until 3:00 PM. Hook ups as
    Follows.
    1. Red Rock crab.
    2. Under sized female Dung.
    3. Baby 2" Dunge.
    4. Two legal Red Rock crabs.
    Back to back. Give away.

    Floor bed currents on the incoming
    Tide was ripping very fast 8oz. Wasn't
    Enough. High coefficient numbers.

    High tide at 10:30ish AM. Currents
    Slowed down significantly. Thought
    Snare hook up ratio would become
    More frequent. Didn't happen.

    Other snare junkies on both sides of my spot had similar results for the day.

    Absolutely pitiful day of catching
    Eel grass salad greens and not much more.

    However I'm alive free and grateful
    To be able to at least get a chance
    To be out doors watching the Pelicans
    Crash dive on top of bait fish with a thud and splash Tight Snare Loops Eveyone.

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