Fishing Report: 10/3/15
FFished overnight on the Eldorado Sportfishing out of Long Beach Sportfishing. It was my first time on the boat and I had a fun time.
Hooked two tuna, and landed one that came in at 28 lbs. Hooked five yellowtail and landed one, medium sized. Landed two sheephead, one was 15 lbs. and the other was just a bit shy of 12 lbs.
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Both tuna were hooked on TranX + Terez MH + 65# PowerPro + 40# fluorocarbon leader tied with an FG knot + Flat Fall in Blue Sardine (130g) tied to leader with Trilene knot.
Setup 2: Both sheephead were on Talica 8II + Terez M + 50# PowerPro + 30# fluorocarbon leader tied with a bimini twist and a reverse albright + using a dropper loop (weigh higher than the hook) with a two foot leader + 12 oz torpedo sinker + 2/0 Owner mutu circle hook tied with a San Diego jam knot + a small mackerel hooked sideways through the nose.
I lost at least 5 fish using a variation of “Setup 2”, from spinning (Saragosa 8000), to TranX, to Trinidad 16NA, and something always went wrong. Either the hook popped out, the line broke at the hook, tangles with other anglers, etc.
Lesson 1: No more Trilene knots! I heard they were good, but the San Diego jam proved much better!
Lesson 2: Be patient. That second tuna was BIG, and I tried to muscle it in. I think if I had been a little more patient, and not so aggressive, the outcome would have been better.
Lesson 3: Big yellowtail will sometimes hang out near the bottom. Fly-lining is ok, but fishing the bottom is fun (and less tiring than yo-yo jigging)