Originally Posted by crawler Boat has been garage kept. Side console, 2 Walker Electric down riggers, Lowrance X85 fish finder, Marine radio, Anchor, (2) 6 gal tanks. Lots of storage. 25 HP Mercury 2 stroke, runs excellent. Carpet and seats replaced 2 years ago. Zieman painted trailer, spare tire & holder. Great boat! Selling doing an upgrade to a bigger boat. $4,700. Mike 916 223-2486 Roseville, CA
Originally Posted by TrebleRebel As y'all may have read there was a fatality at Marin Headlands. They say it was a sneaker wave that washed them out. Wear your Pfds and wader belts guys, you never know when tragedy can strike (certainly no indictment of these guys). I know nothing of this story other than what's in the article. I just wanted to share with my fellow sniffers in hopes it may help any of you take extra steps to stay safe. Fisherman drowns at Marin Headlands beach | www.ktvu.com
Y'all take care,
You Can fish Below the I-80 Bridge (South) at night so yes you can fish there 24 hours a day.
Above the I-80 all the way to Oregon you can only fish 1 before Sunrise till 1 hour after sunset. Originally Posted by hanahou7 Hey Guys,
I was trying to look and see what the "legal" fishing time for the Rio Vista/Isleton area is, and I wanted to run this by everyone to see if I'm understanding it correctly:
DFW 2014-15 Freshwater Fishing Regulations
Article 2. Fishing
Above the I 80 North 1 hour before and 1 hour after. Below the I-80 bridge you CAN fish at night
24 hours a day. Originally Posted by hanahou7 Thanks for the reply Yuba.
I was reading and it says "Day" is defined as one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset, so we get an extra 30 mins there
As far as section 2 where it says "No Trout or Salmon May Be Taken At Night" I too thought that we couldn't fish for salmon. But after reading (D) where
Getn some new gear...i use 4lb test ...should i go with fluorocarbon or mono...also what brand do you suggest..lookin for decent quality...any info would be appreciated...