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    Re: Coyote Point

    Hit it today and it was quite slow. Not a bite.

    Cool place to fish though if you head left from the parking lot and fish the rocks.

    I could see this being a good spot when it is warmer

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    Re: Coyote Point

    Quote Originally Posted by Danksta408
    Is the area vehicle friendly??..........I don't wanna come back to my truck on bricks.......LOL........I'm always paranoid when I go 2 Candlestick Point at night
    Yes it is way safer then candlestick. I had someone try to break into my van at candlestick one day. They broke my license plate frame and bent up my license plate. I don't think they could figure out how to open it. You can usually see your car from anywhere you fish at coyote. There is also a ranger station or something right by where you fish.

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    Re: Coyote Point

    Might head up there later today if anyone is interested.....

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    Is the area vehicle friendly??..........I don't wanna come back to my truck on bricks.......LOL........I'm always paranoid when I go 2 Candlestick Point at night

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    Re: Coyote Point

    It's a state park, so you pay the required $6 fee to get in. MB, you are just lucky no one is at the gate. Like you said, if you go there late afternoon or early evening, the rangers have probably gone home.


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    Re: Coyote Point

    It is off 101. I cant remember the exit I think it is peninsula ave. It is by the golf course on the left coming from san francisco. By the human society. When you exit you have to make a right then another right to go over the over pass. Then another right and follow that road and it is on the left. There is a gate to go threw but I have never been charged but I mostly go in the late afternoon. It would be a good spot to add to your list of bay fishing. ;) Someone here talked about being charged but I have stopped off there at lunch time and no one was at the gate or charged me.
    If I think of better directions I will post them if no one else does.

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    Re: Coyote Point

    Quote Originally Posted by Danksta408
    How do you get to coyote point??

    You can do a google maps search, but you take 101 N.

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    Re: Coyote Point

    How do you get to coyote point??

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    Re: Coyote Point

    Usually the sturgeon arrive right after the herring spawn. I don't know when the peak herring run is but I heard it's late winter to early spring in the Bay Area.

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    Re: Coyote Point

    $9 of bait, $5 park fee, 3 hours wasted. Not a single nibble, only crabs. I would not head back there anytime soon.

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