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Old 24-08-2009, 19:04   #61
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Yes, I have one of those rail mounted propane grills, plus a filleting table that fits into my rod holder. I fillet them right there, clean up with the deck wash, and pop them on the grill with olive oil and lemon pepper.

People wonder why I'm sailing along in 10 knots of breeze with a reef in the mainsail. I've found that 3-4 knots is the best trolling speed for blues and striped bass. After I've caught dinner, I shake the reef out.
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Old 24-08-2009, 19:14   #62
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Yes, I have one of those rail mounted propane grills, plus a filleting table that fits into my rod holder. I fillet them right there, clean up with the deck wash, and pop them on the grill with olive oil and lemon pepper.

People wonder why I'm sailing along in 10 knots of breeze with a reef in the mainsail. I've found that 3-4 knots is the best trolling speed for blues and striped bass. After I've caught dinner, I shake the reef out.
dang--goooood!!! yummmmmy....i fillet them ont he cockpit sole with a bucket of sea water and then cook'em...LOL.....yummmmy--but i havent had blues since 1963 or so...on long island!! yummmmy fishies.....
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Old 24-08-2009, 20:05   #63
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"Yo Zuri" sounds like "Good Fishing" in Japanese: perhaps the fish are taken in by it ? To catch anything in Japanese waters the lure needs to be gold plated, anymore.
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Yo Zuris are indeed Japanese. If you want an American lure you can use a Mann's Stretch +15 or +20, which are similar to the Yo Zuris that I use.
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Old 28-08-2009, 16:36   #65
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dang those sound fancy--i use a rattletrap copy and catch dinner !!! they seem to go for anything silver---and on alternate days, white and blue or white and red...LOL....silly fishies!!!!!
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Not fancy at all. These are standard lures that most fisherman in the northeast will have in their tackle boxes.

The depth and the trolling speed matter more than the lure itself.
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Nabbed 6 more pink salmon today on the south end of Humpy Hollow- you really don't even have to try hard at this point! Next weekend I'm switching to dungeness crabbing- we've got enough salmon for a while now!
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Old 30-08-2009, 08:29   #68
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i will be there in a few days for dinner LOL----am i ever jellus ....i wanna fish!!!!!!!!
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Do I need to purchase a fishing license for California waters, when fishing 3 miles or more from shore?I searched the website, but can't find the answer.
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From what I've read the boundary is three miles out.
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you should be safe 3 miles out....as long as you donot bring anything back ---eat what you catch and should be ok....unless in mexican waters--then is not ok--then you need a license for each boat--the big mother ship and the dinghies........so be out of mexican waters..there will be a boarding by the mexican navy to make sure there is no poaching occurring....stay in waters more than 3 miles off usa coast....12 or more for mexico....
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Well I just spent the last two months cruising the inside waterways from Victoria to the Broughton Islands. I quit fishing for salmon because the pinks were too easy to catch and I didn't feel like canning. Got One Halibut, several rock fish, a Red Snapper, a Ling Cod and some gray cod. So the fishing in these waters is quite productive.
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Humans don't actually eat bluefish, do they?
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Humans don't actually eat bluefish, do they?
They're delicious. Best to grill them. Or fillet them and cook the fillets cajun style, pan blackened.

I got into a school of Blues two days ago fishing the surf with my fly rod off the coast of North Carolina. Best fishing I've had in years, including some great aerobatics from the fish.
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Humans don't actually eat bluefish, do they?
bluefish are some of the best tasting fish i have ever eaten lol---i like them better than wahoo--grill them and enjoy!!!!! i cannot believe humans donot know about them LOL......best kept secret , i guess!!!!!
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