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  1. #1
    Beach Brother
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Location
    Long Beach, Ca
    Posts
    53
    Rod Combos
    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).

    First summer session in L.B.

    52D5A9F6-3E55-496A-A3E0-17C350C0AE17.jpegDecided to cast out for the first time this year near the jetty. Carolina rig with squid strip produced a solid bite about 60 seconds after my first cast. Not a peep for the next 2 hours. Gonna grab some live worms from big fish inseal Beach next time. Hoping to post something to this board soon. Is it just me, or is this board curiously dormant/silent lately?

  2. #2
    Moderator
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Location
    90630
    Posts
    478
    Rod Combos
    Rainshadow crank bait 7'6" 8-14 lbs with Curado 200E7, Curado 200E7, Clarus CRCD70M
    PB Fish Species
    20" Corbina, YFC 14.5", 13" BSP, 14" Spotfin, Sandbass 20" 21.5" Halibut on the surrf.
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    Sadly I haven't been able to go even though I bought my license.

    Oh well... Just gotta get out there.

    Thanks for the report !

    If the worms at Seal Beach is a bit dried up, might want to make a trip to Youngs Tackle in La Palma. Their lug worms are always in great quality.

  3. #3
    Surf Ninja
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Location
    ELA, American
    Posts
    122
    Rod Combos
    the kind that bends
    PB Fish Species
    if it swims count me in
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    Keep trying, you will get them
    We don't need no stinking casting control nob...

 

 

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