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Sep 23, 2011


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Yep! This was a lot of fun. No more than two miles straight out of Dana Point, we were hauling them in from 6am all the way to about 9am; sometimes seeing one or two others latched onto the squid that was on the jig. The two of us loaded up on about 20 humbolts in the range of 20-30 pounds each. Could have gotten more, but we didn't see the need. Cleaned and kept a few for calamari, and kept the rest for bait. We STILL have about a dozen left. Strips of humbolt work miracles for rock cod fishing! Can't wait to see these things around again. Captain - "Mako-Wish" Dana Point, CA

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