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January 12 dock totals

31 anglers aboard the Premier 1/2 Day AM run off Point Loma kelp found some croaker, catching *262 Rockfish, 14 White Seabass and 1 Lingcod*

The New Seaforth 1/2 Day AM run with 15 Anglers aboard reported 1 California Halibut, 4 California Scorpionfish, 1 Pacific Bonito and 1 Kelp Bass

Returning to the kelp in the afternoon with only 9 Anglers aboard, the New Seaforth 1/2 Day PM run found a few big gamefish and put 4 California Yellowtail, 1 Halfmoon, 1 Pacific Mackerel and 1 White Seabass in the gunnysacks.

The Red Rooster is slamming the 150 to 200 pound Yellowfin Tuna at the Hurricane Bank. Bluefin Tuna are still hanging out at Cortez and Tanner, waiting to welcome any who can venture out there. The area from the Coronado Islands to Colonet and San Martin is still smokin' hot on the Yellowtail. Further south, just past Cedros Island to Alijos Rocks, the Wahoo are hitting plugs, bombs, feathers, and bait in their speedy style.

Reports from Bahia Magdalena are that the Gray Whales are already coming in to calve. They are a bit ahead of schedule this year due to the very good feeding season in their summer digs.

The southern Baja area is still experiencing mixed catches, with lots of wintertime Pargo, Sierra and Cabrilla and still some summer-time Dorado, Roosters and Marlin about.

Back home and in the tap-water, the best tip might be to see how the trout are reacting to the rain. Don't forget to check the San Diego River...it always pops after it gets some flow.

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January 12 dock totals

31 anglers aboard the Premier 1/2 Day AM run off Point Loma kelp found some croaker, catching *262 Rockfish, 14 White Seabass and 1 Lingcod*

The New Seaforth 1/2 Day AM run with 15 Anglers aboard reported 1 California Halibut, 4 California Scorpionfish, 1 Pacific Bonito and 1 Kelp Bass

Returning to the kelp in the afternoon with only 9 Anglers aboard, the New Seaforth 1/2 Day PM run found a few big gamefish and put 4 California Yellowtail, 1 Halfmoon, 1 Pacific Mackerel and 1 White Seabass in the gunnysacks.

The Red Rooster is slamming the 150 to 200 pound Yellowfin Tuna at the Hurricane Bank. Bluefin Tuna are still hanging out at Cortez and Tanner, waiting to welcome any who can venture out there. The area from the Coronado Islands to Colonet and San Martin is still smokin' hot on the Yellowtail. Further south, just past Cedros Island to Alijos Rocks, the Wahoo are hitting plugs, bombs, feathers, and bait in their speedy style.

Reports from Bahia Magdalena are that the Gray Whales are already coming in to calve. They are a bit ahead of schedule this year due to the very good feeding season in their summer digs.

The southern Baja area is still experiencing mixed catches, with lots of wintertime Pargo, Sierra and Cabrilla and still some summer-time Dorado, Roosters and Marlin about.

Back home and in the tap-water, the best tip might be to see how the trout are reacting to the rain. Don't forget to check the San Diego River...it always pops after it gets some flow.

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Really Daniel, there are fish in the San Diego River? I know some where the tide flushes, but way up higher? Who knew.

Jan. 13, 2015

Check these links, Ken. Basically, unless flooding, it's a series of ponds, some accessible, some not. The upper portion is mostly dry or reservoirs. I know of a few folks that fish it fairly regularly, though I haven't in a long time...then it was in lakeside through a hole in the fence. We used to get catfish in the creek jso and parallel to 8 along Avarado after rains back then and real big bullfrogs, too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mO9edcr-fLk

http://sdfish.com/forums/threads/san-diego-river.112904/

Jan. 16, 2015

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