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  1. #19

    Re: Squid fishing charters

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Poe View Post
    Takes a long time to bring the big ones up from 900' i just dropped it in the rod holder.

    I was catching them for bait.

    We recently were using 110 YFT for baits lol


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    We recently were using 110 YFT for baits lol ?

    I think I got it now.
    You went OT shark fishing with 110 pound Yellow Tail Tuna for bait.
    Last edited by CDK; 02-15-2013 at 07:29 AM. Reason: I guess I was a bit slow

  2. #18

    Re: Squid fishing charters

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Poe View Post
    Takes a long time to bring the big ones up from 900' i just dropped it in the rod holder.

    I was catching them for bait.

    We recently were using 110 YFT for baits lol


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    I use the humboldt's for bait and the YFT in the picture was used to catch 2 great whites over 17' one in the 4500 # class that were brought to leader tagged and released on the new Davidson boats 19' Albie that will be at the Fred Hall show and on shark week 2014

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    Squid fishing charters

    I wouldn't mind taking a guide any other locations besides Santa Cruz?
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  4. #16

    Re: Squid fishing charters

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Poe View Post
    Takes a long time to bring the big ones up from 900' i just dropped it in the rod holder.

    I was catching them for bait.

    We recently were using 110 YFT for baits lol


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    Please explain bait and picture??
    I don't think head boats have rod holders. Only ones are attached to your shoulders.

  5. #15

    Re: Squid fishing charters

    Takes a long time to bring the big ones up from 900' i just dropped it in the rod holder.

    I was catching them for bait.

    We recently were using 110 YFT for baits lol


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  6. #14

    Re: Squid fishing charters

    Just wondering . Do you use a fighting belt with these things?

  7. #13

    Re: Squid fishing charters

    Quote Originally Posted by Banker916 View Post
    That 2 liter bottle looks like a miniature!


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    I was using Accurate 80-W low gear fought all the way up every time average size was about 7'

    I had several taken out by sharks on the way up near the thermocline.


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    Squid fishing charters

    That 2 liter bottle looks like a miniature!


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  9. #11

    Re: Squid fishing charters

    That's a 2 liter bottle in the corner to give some size perspective.
    this is from San Lucia Bank i caught them 24-7 for three days straight over a 25 mile drift at 900' every drop.
    They school in groups up to 1200 and like to hang out on the upwelling side of steep structure to use to pin prey against.


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    Last edited by Keith Poe; 02-06-2013 at 06:32 PM.

  10. #10

    Re: Squid fishing charters

    Does anyone know how far out do we need to go? I've never launched out of Santa Cruz but should be able to get out from moss landing.

 

 
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