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Cabrillo Mole with honorable mention for GPP

Posted by baitfish (Posts: 6440)
on May-21-08 11:24am
(In reply to: Re: Green Pleasure Pier vs. Cabrillo Mole (stats) posted by gyozadude on May-21-08 8:37am)

I will never forget then ight I fished on the Green Pleasure Pier after one of the get togethers, I think it was 2002 or 2003 and I was getting a calico a cast on grubs. That was one of my favorite fishing moments from Catalina.

But for consistency, space, facilities and quality of fish I have to go with the Mole. There is no other pier that I can think of where you have a shot at such quality sized gamefish with such consistency in Southern California. Where else cna you have a serious shot at hooking into a Yellowtail and almost be certain to hook Bonito? legal calico bass are almost a given, baracudda are a possibility and the view is amazing. The only issue is the submarine and glass bottom boats. But other than that, I have to say it is my A #1 pier in all of CA.

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Current thread:
Green Pleasure Pier vs. Cabrillo Mole (stats)   Ken Jones - May-20-08 6:21pm
Re: Green Pleasure Pier vs. Cabrillo Mole (stats)   gyozadude - May-21-08 8:37am
Cabrillo Mole with honorable mention for GPP   baitfish - May-21-08 11:24am
Of course I always prefer an old wooden pier...   Ken Jones - May-21-08 5:29pm
Concrete is sterile, wood is alive. :-)   baitfish - May-21-08 7:07pm
There's always been a Batting Avg vs. HR debate...   Ken Jones - May-21-08 5:27pm
Stats are stats but...   Ken Jones - May-21-08 5:42pm
Is the time of day important ...   pierhead - May-21-08 5:58pm
Sadly no but I think the Mole is better at night.   Ken Jones - May-21-08 6:24pm


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