Was Not Planning on Catching These
- Published on: 7/23/2017
- Warning: Do not climb on Cliffs like these. The rocks are very loose and can be hazardous. People have lost their lives doing so.
After a trip out for Salmon, I passed this spot while on the charter boat. It looked great from a distance so I hiked to it on foot. I was expecting to see a lot more rocks and structure beneath the surface but it was all sandy bottom around the rocks. Nearly impossible to catch rockfish with an area like this so I switched to target perch. We were not prepared for this species and only had large hooks. The bites were off the charts but in the short amount of fishing time we had, we were only able to land a few.
Link to the Tackle bag I purchased from Amazon. Great for a small tackle box or two and has enough pockets for extra plugs, lures, bait or pliers. Great bag so far!
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Piscifun Stone ST40 Reel: http://amzn.to/2snkb28
Hiking Backpack: http://amzn.to/2qiwvL1
Okuma SST Rod: http://amzn.to/2q9O2tu
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