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Sunday Funday fishing for Makos
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Sunday Funday fishing for Makos
















Quote:Sunday Funday fishing for Makos

so it look like i aam going to go for some mako on sunday 1/2 day trip out of dana point anyone else going out.




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Weather looks great for this weekend
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#3
Yes sir it does i cant wait
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Where's the "like button" .... I want to click it about ten times.
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#5
Well We went Saturday instead of today, and well it was interesting.
Team Offishial Business went out playin for Makos, the north swell made water crappy green, went to the 279 and south for nothing, heard of a few small makos caught but nothing much going on, dirty water new moon phase and the swell change up, fish didnt play well. all in all it was a fun day until Boat US had to tow us home. all is good, we made it back safe just a little late for dinner.
so we got on the water all looked awesome, good temp. 65 in the harbor heading out it got warmer and warmer, 68.4 to 70.1. some small patties floating, but again with the swell change the fish didnt hold well. did hear of some yellows on patties but could get the numbers.

And the best part is yes 13 miles from home we ran out of fuel. all the years of running boats and my boat there is first for everything, RIGHT! Dumb ass award to me, haha.
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#6
Sound fun.... Thanks for the follow up Mikey. Sucks you ran out of fuel, glad you made it home ok.
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#7
Was reading on the other fishing site. Some guy was out fishing for Mako yesterday. They caught five shark with three being mako. They were doing the bait n wait thing with chum bucket hanging beside the boat. If I remember correctly they were fishing 279 as well. Can the water turn over in 24 hours?
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(07-22-2012, 10:24 AM)Mikey Wrote: Well We went Saturday instead of today, and well it was interesting.
Team Offishial Business went out playin for Makos, the north swell made water crappy green, went to the 279 and south for nothing, heard of a few small makos caught but nothing much going on, dirty water new moon phase and the swell change up, fish didnt play well. all in all it was a fun day until Boat US had to tow us home. all is good, we made it back safe just a little late for dinner.
so we got on the water all looked awesome, good temp. 65 in the harbor heading out it got warmer and warmer, 68.4 to 70.1. some small patties floating, but again with the swell change the fish didnt hold well. did hear of some yellows on patties but could get the numbers.

And the best part is yes 13 miles from home we ran out of fuel. all the years of running boats and my boat there is first for everything, RIGHT! Dumb ass award to me, haha.


At least it was gas and not the motor breaking down
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(07-24-2012, 07:12 AM)Salty Dog Wrote:
(07-22-2012, 10:24 AM)Mikey Wrote: Well We went Saturday instead of today, and well it was interesting.
Team Offishial Business went out playin for Makos, the north swell made water crappy green, went to the 279 and south for nothing, heard of a few small makos caught but nothing much going on, dirty water new moon phase and the swell change up, fish didnt play well. all in all it was a fun day until Boat US had to tow us home. all is good, we made it back safe just a little late for dinner.
so we got on the water all looked awesome, good temp. 65 in the harbor heading out it got warmer and warmer, 68.4 to 70.1. some small patties floating, but again with the swell change the fish didnt hold well. did hear of some yellows on patties but could get the numbers.

And the best part is yes 13 miles from home we ran out of fuel. all the years of running boats and my boat there is first for everything, RIGHT! Dumb ass award to me, haha.


At least it was gas and not the motor breaking down
Big Grin Very True

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