Billy Santiago gaffs small yellowfin tuna caught by Captain Steve.
Fishing for king salmon off of Crescent City, CA. After catching one trolling, continued trolling for 3 hours without a bite. Due to the warm water conditions and seeing fish deep on the sonar we decided to mooch. We picked up 3 salmon in about 30 minutes.
Amy was catching salmon so quickly at this point that I wasn’t able to get the second rod setup and fish myself.
Accidentally breaking a rod while catching a salmon can be rather interesting. Off Crescent City, CA mooching for King Salmon. Warm water conditions put the salmon down deep so we had to mooch.
Crescent City offers great fishing with equally great variety. Over the course of a couple of days we caught halibut, salmon, and a number of different types of rock fish.
Typical Crescent City King Salmon caught trolling a few miles off shore.
Nice vermillion and cabazon caught by Amy (aka Broken Rod – see video of how not to catch salmon to understand the name ).
Crescent City ling cod.
Crescent City China rock fish.
The lings and other rock fish were all caught on 5” Big Hammer senorita swim baits. Thanks to Pete Wolf of Big Hammer swim baits!
Uncle Joe gets lucky fishing on board the John Galt off Crescent City, CA and bags a pacific halibut. Caught on a 6” Big Hammer swim bait.
Captain Steve (aka the Grumpy Fisherman) poses with the halibut that he netted for Uncle Joe.
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