Tale of two days, what a difference! Beach report and a question...

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by formerguide, Feb 23, 2013.

  1. SaltyCutt

    SaltyCutt Beach Bum

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    Sorry to keep your thread side tracked Dan, but just wanted to thank Curt yet again for teaching me more about the fish I chase. Great info, thanks.
     
  2. Dipnet

    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    Well, if I could catch either of those and wanted to have fish for dinner I'd let you take the salmon! When I was a young buck (in the '60s and '70s) we caught a lot of big lings under the Narrows Bridge. The debris from the old bridge made great habitat for lings.
     
  3. Walt K

    Walt K Searcher

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    Dan, as a private tidelands owner, I use nets to protect my seeded clam bed from predatory ducks (sounds odd, doesn't it), and definitely would not want you to walk on it. Baby clams ain't that tough!
     
  4. Alex MacDonald

    Alex MacDonald Dr. of Doomology

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    As an aside, I put my name on the waiting list for the "window washer" at the Monterey Bay Aquarium years ago, figuring a PADI Master Diver and a former SEAL would have a leg up on said list. No chance. It'd be well into the 23rd century before I'd get the call.
     
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  5. Jim Wallace

    Jim Wallace Smells like low tide

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    Ahhh....they were probably afraid that you would scare the sharks into hiding.:D
     

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