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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

New Huck Finn Fishing Report

We just got back from our four day trip up to Emeryville to fish aboard the New Huck Finn an dthe New Salmon Queen. This is the fishing report of our saturday trip aboard the New Huck Finn.
Our skipper had warned up to expect ugly weather, but as it worked out the seas were clam and there wasn't any wind to speak of, it was a great day to be on the water.

Most of our day was spent trolling for salmon, fishing was a bit slow, we ended the day with only a hand full of salmon and to make sure everyone had fish Jay took us to one of his hot spots for rock fish and we had easy limits of great eating rock fish. all the salmon were taken on anchoives and so were most of the rock fish, a few of the larger rock fish were taken on B 52 bucktails, Here are a few pictures from the trip, I posted many more on our face book fan page.





3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I recently went on a salmon trip outside the golden gate. We trolled for salmon and I noticed they rigged the anchovy differently. It was rigged with a wire through it and they placed a bend in the wire. Have any ideas what or how this rig works?

Dan Hernandez said...

they do that so your bait will spin around, salmon like that action.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for responding Dan. I'm a big fan of your show. I relate to your fishing style. I'm not too crazy about those bass fishing shows. I love fishing the Cali Coast!

Would you happen to know how to tye that rig?