Where Are the Rezzies?

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by WagonDriver, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. kelvin Active Member

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    it is like a computer crack baby and has nothing to do with major upgrading the location of rezzies or finding information on another tread not to be confused with a longer leader used while fishing with aquarium enthusiasts in the south sound

    Trust me don't do a fly swap with this guy
    no matter how many rezzie upgrades he promises you

    I let Chris know
  2. DimeBrite MA-9 Beach Stalker

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    Maxcreigs is the German Max Headroom.
  3. jtylert New Member

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    Anyone have any Idea if Fay-Bainbridge or Manitou Beach doing anything? Thinking about driving down there but its a haul for me.
  4. dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    NOTE EVERYONE: jtylert............This thread is 1 year old.
  5. DennisE Topwater and tying.

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    Actually closer to 2 years.
  6. kelvin Active Member

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    they are fishing great you should head down there
  7. freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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    How many of these (Rezzies) are lost to harbor seal/sea lion predation? I have seen one or more of these factory trawlers cruising the shoreline every single time I have been out in my very short SRC career. I have to believe they are a nice snack for them? I also would suspect they scare the hell out of any schools in the area and make them less likely to bite??

    Do you suppose SRC's are less likely to be a source of their diet... they are more of a solo fish aren't they?
  8. kelvin Active Member

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    They are a nice snack for them as they taste like chicken

    I have caught them while harbor seals were actively feeding on them in the North Sound