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all these fishing deals are gonna make me broke,
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These are all labeled - as "freshwater". Any of these work in salt/brackish water? Mainly fish for reds in the mangroves of Tampa Bay.
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all these fishing deals are gonna make me broke,
I've dropped a lot of money on lures over the years. My best advice is to simply not. I've always caught more on worms and plastic stick baits. They're also a ton cheaper. My biggest bass was on a 4/0 hook in the weeds with a cheap ali express 6 inch stick bait.
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Looks like a cool deal, but yes I would love some recommendations for Southern California saltwater fishing, if anyone has it!
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I saw "dicks flash" and I clicked for the comments.
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Looks like a cool deal, but yes I would love some recommendations for Southern California saltwater fishing, if anyone has it!
Hey!! I have 10 years experience fishing southern CA after moving from North Carolina hehe. First and foremost Hayabusa sabiki fishing from the pier is your friend, walmart has them, the smallest one size 3 to catch bait, and the s-505e to catch mackerels. Make a dropper loop rig, size 2 octopus hook, and 1 oz weight, nose hook a 2 or 4 inch bait, set it on the bottom for halibut, or calico bass. If you fish from the beach or jetty, Lucky craft surf pointer 115 Ms anchovy color, cast out as far as you can, slow retrieve will catch all sorts. Lastly, if you want to target humongous bass, go at night, from pier a dropshot rig, 1oz weight, size 2/0 octopus hook, zoom super fluke in black, or lunker city fin-s fish, jig on bottom. From jetty texas rig black superfluke, 5/0 EWG worm hook, 1/2oz bullet weight, rig weedless, cast out a lil past boiler rocks, let sink, count to 10, start twitching it while slowly retrieve back. Otherwise, use dropshot rig with that EWG hook and superfluke, rig weedless, 1oz round sinker, cast out, let it sink to bottom, then twitch it for rockfish, calico, barred sand bass. Remember, be safe fishing at night especially slippery jetty, wear hiking shoes, have bright headlamp, and tread carefully, good luck!!!
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I saw "dicks flash" and I clicked for the comments.
U r on the wrong site. I think u meant to b on Sickdeals 😂
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Hey!! I have 10 years experience fishing southern CA after moving from North Carolina hehe. First and foremost Hayabusa sabiki from the pier is your friend, walmart has them, the smallest one size 3 to catch bait, and the s-505e to catch mackerels. Make a dropper loop rig, size 2 octopus hook, and 1 oz weight, nose hook a 2 or 4 inch bait, set it on the bottom for halibut, or calico bass. If you fish from the beach or jetty, Lucky craft surf pointer 115 Ms anchovy color, cast out as far as you can, slow retrieve will catch all sorts. Lastly, if you want to target humongous bass, go at night, from pier a dropshot rig, 1oz weight, size 2/0 octopus hook, zoom super fluke in black, or lunker city fin-s fish, jig on bottom. From jetty texas rig black superfluke, 5/0 EWG worm hook, 1/2oz bullet weight, rig weedless, cast out a lil past boiler rocks, let sink, count to 10, start twitching it while slowly retrieve back. Otherwise, use dropshot rig with that EWG hook and superfluke, rig weedless, 1oz round sinker, cast out, let it sink to bottom, then twitch it for rockfish, calico, barred sand bass. Remember, be safe fishing at night especially slippery jetty, wear hiking shoes, have bright headlamp, and tread carefully, good luck!!!
Wow! What a wealth of information! Thank you!! I am screenshotting that reply ;D. Btw have you had any freshwater success in LA? I myself went to some lakes but they are under so much pressure it seemed rather futile.
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I saw "dicks flash" and I clicked for the comments.
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Wow! What a wealth of information! Thank you!! I am screenshotting that reply ;D. Btw have you had any freshwater success in LA? I myself went to some lakes but they are under so much pressure it seemed rather futile.
Glad I can help you!! I used to fish inland lakes, Diamond valley, lake skinner, with some success, use small baits, drop shot small worms, Lucky craft pointer 78 Ghostminnow, top water use rebel pop-r, megastrike cavitron ghost minnow, jitterbug. The fun starts when you choose a lake stocked with stripe bass, those pull hard and are good to keep, use large topwater baits, heddon super spook, pointer 78sp, or troll a deep diver lucky craft pointer 78 for them. You can also target trophy size bluegill using the good old live worm under bobber technique.
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Glad I can help you!! I used to fish inland lakes, Diamond valley, lake skinner, with some success, use small baits, drop shot small worms, Lucky craft pointer 78 Ghostminnow, top water use rebel pop-r, megastrike cavitron ghost minnow, jitterbug. The fun starts when you choose a lake stocked with stripe bass, those pull hard and are good to keep, use large topwater baits, heddon super spook, pointer 78sp, or troll a deep diver lucky craft pointer 78 for them. You can also target trophy size bluegill using the good old live worm under bobber technique.
I used to fish Diamond Lake, Skinner, Dixon, Wohlford and Hodge. I don't know what it is about socal fresh water fishing but it's tough, I stick to saltwater now manly Ocean side/Carlsbad and Lajolla & Mission Bay. BTW your setups are 💯👐 thanks for sharing that info, we gotta keep this sport alive.
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I used to fish Diamond Lake, Skinner, Dixon, Wohlford and Hodge. I don't know what it is about socal fresh water fishing but it's tough, I stick to saltwater now manly Ocean side/Carlsbad and Lajolla & Mission Bay. BTW your setups are 💯👐 thanks for sharing that info, we gotta keep this sport alive.
Hi there!!! Yes it is very tough, I think its because the water is clear, and they have seen everything under the sun as far as lure goes. You either have to fish all day for that one special bite, or get a bunch of little fishes. I, like you, fished mostly saltwater now, because I like varieties, and being out in the ocean at 78 degree is much better than some "oh lord its hot" 100F temperature at the inland lakes LOL.
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Glad I can help you!! I used to fish inland lakes, Diamond valley, lake skinner, with some success, use small baits, drop shot small worms, Lucky craft pointer 78 Ghostminnow, top water use rebel pop-r, megastrike cavitron ghost minnow, jitterbug. The fun starts when you choose a lake stocked with stripe bass, those pull hard and are good to keep, use large topwater baits, heddon super spook, pointer 78sp, or troll a deep diver lucky craft pointer 78 for them. You can also target trophy size bluegill using the good old live worm under bobber technique.
Fishing with large topwater baits for big bass is my fantasy. My friend and I skunked it 3 times this week...twice at Long Beach Marina/Pier and once in the Marina Del Rey jetty...seems like there's just little to no fish activity. Any recommendation for that stocked lake location? I considered Echo Park Lake, there is a Youtuber who goes there and fishes large topwater baits with success.
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