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tigermidge

[*] posted on 24/7/18 at 15:28
Great photo's.
Mark
SeapointFlyGuy

[*] posted on 24/7/18 at 15:15
I decided to spend an entire fishing session in a single boat-dock cove at Huntington Harbor this morning. Hardly needed a yak as it is easily tubable from my mud-launch side of Seabridge Park. It was supposed to be a short session, but, you know. The needlefish were active on the surface and the bass/croaker bite was decent until the high tide reversed; then it shut down.

I had to discover the right croaker depth which was the same as for the needlefish: zero. Start stripping as soon as the fly hits the drink. Cool topwater action. I actually managed to hook several needlefish – though the only one I landed was snagged, so maybe they all were.

Somehow my best pics of the morning all feature a liberace clouser x-flies Don gave me. Got pretty chewed up by the time the sandie grabbed it.

https://s33.postimg.cc/s2cm8rx1r/a7654321_003.jpg
https://s33.postimg.cc/yg1pc1p33/a7654321_004.jpg
https://s33.postimg.cc/p89gve7r3/a7654321_006.jpg

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