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PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 6:49 pm 
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It's not summer yet, but the spotted bay bass are biting in San Diego Bay.

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A Gray SD Bay Morning

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Early Morning Bass Battle

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The Hot Spot on the South End of the Boats

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The Yellow Head Clear Grub with Red Specks was Killing It

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The Grubs Got Chewed Bigtime

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Paddle to Fin Combat

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Tidelands Spotted Bass

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 11:03 pm 
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Great pics...what camera do you use :?: The clarity and color is brilliant!!!


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 7:35 am 
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Canon EOS 20D with 10-22mm EF-S lens in a waterproof housing. It's a great camera.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 9:17 am 
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Nice photos, Ronbo. The camera on a boom provides a great perspective to the shots. What time of day and what tides were you hittin' them? Anything else caught besides the SBB's?


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Incoming tide is first choice, the bigger the better. Most of the action Sunday was on a big outgoing tide. Gotta have some kind of tide movement. At slack tide, the bite almost always goes dead. I think early morning is best.
One of the other regulars out that day caught a bunch of halibut, including a 23" keeper on 8lb. test line(I was using 10lb.). This time of year it's pretty much spotties and halibut with an occasional sand bass. The ocean fishing won't come alive until the water gets a little warmer in a couple, three weeks(I hope).

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