Cleared the inlet at around 6 am and hit the rock piles North of the inlet for bait. 3 runners, 3 gogs and 2 cigar minnows before losing all 4 sabikis to the sharks. Those sharks were killing the bait as soon as you hooked up. With no sabikis left we decided to run the beach and try to cast net something in shallower water. Found birds diving right next to the sand so we nosed up and a pefect cast from my boy and the well was blacked out with 3-4 inch Pilchards. Set up the the spread in 180 because all the water inside of that was brown. 10 minutes into the drift and Sailfish on. Good 20 minute fight and we have him boatside, unhook and clean release. Not really any other action for the next hour (not even a Bonita) so we decide to run offshore and look for some weed or debris. Went out to 1000 and scouted and didn't find one single patch. On the way back in we trolled and found some floating styrofoam. Trolled by it with no hits but it had a Triple Tail on it so we reeled up and came back to see if we could get him. As soon as the Pilchard hit the water we begin to see green and lots of them. Begin the live chumming and the fire drill begins. Worked the school until they had enough of us. With the box full we call it day.
BONES AND BOOMER. :dog :dog LET'S MAKE EVERY TRIP COUNT
L.G. LIFE IS GOOD ON THE "LET'S GO!"
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