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  1. #18
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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    i boated a 30lber on the very south end of 10 mile in 34' on sat 7-30
    clear fbr and 11" hotspot chart glow flasher
    also a shaker silver
    rumor of some fish being caught in the outer bay
    but most salmon were caught up by fort ross

    TSL

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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    Sounds good Fishquest. I've been watching the water conditions and it does look good. Too bad the fish aren't in close (and in big numbers)... I like to mooch. Thanks for the response.

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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    Corn, you could have been out there (weather-wise) yesterday & today, and it looks like tomorrow will be flat calm too. The fishing's definitely not the best right now, but the weather is as good as it gets. The fish haven't moved in close yet, but I was marking gobs and gobs of bait in 150-250' of water right off the head last night. so hopefully the fish will find it soon.

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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    Thanks Fish_School, and welcome to the boards. I'll make my way up there in the next few weeks. I may try for rockfish in HMB this weekend.

    Corn

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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    My two buddy and I where out last weedend in our 14' alum boat. A bit of a swell but we got salmon off the head and north to salmon creek in 240'to 300' of water.Went north to ride swell home when the wind came up. Pulled limits of rocks and one cabazone.The only bad part was going out between the head and the rock on the reef was alittle soupy but just take it slow you'll be fine. Good Luck.

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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    Are the fish in close enough for the 15 footers? Has the mooch bite begun? I'm itchin to head out. Thanks.

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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    I agree Bob,

    This year with the Rock fish opening up on July 1 this year during the red hot Salmon bite, this will be fun to mooch for both...That's only a couple of months away...Yahoo... ;D ;D I can see it now a 30 lb salmon and a 30 lb ling cod... ;D ;D

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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    the mooching bite starts on july 1st when bottom fishing opens
    i love never knowing what you have until you can get a visual
    its a cucumber

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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    the mooching bite starts about early july into august..

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    Re: Question for Bodega fishermen

    Thanks guys. Looks like July it is. I take it everyone will be mooching then? When does everyone switch to mooching? I can't stand the smell of my 2-stroke engine, so I like to avoid trolling if possible.

    BTW, nice pictures Gone Fishin. If the water is flat like that, I can go out pretty far.

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