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    No Leo's yet ???

    Thinking of doing this Monday at Sunset, or do some walking. Decisions decisions, decisions.

    Plan is to catch some perch and use it for bait.... but I also want to cover alot of area soo ... that means lot of walking and carrying and walking some more... and hopefully some fighting.

    Planning Anderson or Warner ...

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    St. Croix Triumph Surf Spinning Rods Model: TSRS90M2 (9' 0", M, 2 pc.) paired with Ecooda CZS Freshwater/Sal​twater Fishing Deluxe Spinning Reel, 10/270, Left/Right (great combo and the pole really gets the jigs past the surf line).
    No sure what time of year they are biting but the last Leo that I landed was at Seal Beach last summer. caught him on a half of a frozen shrimp. They're a nice fight.

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    I've been catching some small ones. Mostly in Malibu, I have been consistently trying to get a Leo or a fat bat ray from shore. I am in need of a big fight. I have been using perch heads, big squid, and even fresh mackerel. I'm using 120lb mono leader on a 40lb mainline with a 6oz egg sinker and 7/O hook. That should get em, right??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glandazuri89 View Post
    I've been catching some small ones. Mostly in Malibu, I have been consistently trying to get a Leo or a fat bat ray from shore. I am in need of a big fight. I have been using perch heads, big squid, and even fresh mackerel. I'm using 120lb mono leader on a 40lb mainline with a 6oz egg sinker and 7/O hook. That should get em, right??

    Yup they like all that stuff. I am going to try FREE Spooling live perch this year. No weights. Bill told me it is the way. So I am going to give it a shot. I did good last year on baby octopus from the asian fish market. I was focusing around the jetties and rock formations.

    Good luck and let us see that big 56" Leo!
    You Got To Put The Steel To Em'

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    I beached a 3' LEO two weeks ago up at Golita beach in SB county. I was fishing for BSP using a larger sand crab and hooked up. Funny thing is I was using a #6 mosquito hook and a 10# mono leader and he stayed on...even with him jumping 3 times

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    Rainshadow crank bait 7'6" 8-14 lbs with Curado 200E7, Curado 200E7, Clarus CRCD70M
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    Quote Originally Posted by LompocFishin View Post
    I beached a 3' LEO two weeks ago up at Golita beach in SB county. I was fishing for BSP using a larger sand crab and hooked up. Funny thing is I was using a #6 mosquito hook and a 10# mono leader and he stayed on...even with him jumping 3 times

    GOOD LORD !!!! I would say that is pretty amazing !!!

 

 

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