Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by miyawaki, Jan 16, 2014.
I know where you are thinking...but alas no Pearls.
Now that takes me back...
I was away for awhile so I have no clue when Pearls by the Sea closed. Pretty classic
The best thing was breakfast at Pearls after catching the early tides. Also sitting at a window table and watching your friends fish for searuns.
Fished there this Monday, Very fishy looking but no SRC landed.
What about those sticky buns from pearls
Big as your head
My dad and I would split one when I wS a little tyke
On a side note
Lots of duck hunters out in boats
We went out in Carr inlet and found a new to us searun beach
Came back to the launch and the wdfw guy was checking for ducks
Any body throw a shotgun in the skiff?
The guy I talked to was jigging for flounder and would pop buffleheads when they came around
Sounds kinda fun
The best thing at Pearl's was her wild blackberry pie. But that was a very long time ago. : )
I saw the raft last weekend and now I know where it is. I fished near the raft and did not catch any cutthroat or any other fish.
I saw the raft for the Jan 1rst while scouting cutthroat beaches near Gig Harbor.
There were quite a few polar bear activities with people swimming in the salt water, even saw a few jump off the bridge.
As for the raft - a guy who appeared to be in his late teens or early 20's with black jeans and tshirt jumped onto that raft while it was moored in water less than 2 feet deep near the boat launch. The gentleman appeared intoxicated and had a lit cigarette dangling out of his mouth. As I sat in my warm car watching, the drunk climbed a makeshift ladder to the top of the shaky structure. The structure appeared unstable. I feared the gentleman would fall off and break his neck. Much to my relief, he made it down without maiming himself. A few other people on the shore happily cheered him on.