Had a blast, it was short but sweet!
Man, the boat was packed, but we did get FISH!
Instilled more confidence in the "Miss" Farallones, might have to do it again.
James, I didn't see you and was asking for ya - next time!
Yeah, the parking can be a problem, especiall first timers. I also missed the prime parking spaces, but knew where else to go.
I'll give a heads up to PFCrs I know rather than putting it on the board for all to see.
We fished the the rocks close be the manmade abandoned tower in about 20' - 30' of water. People were complaing about losing rigs but that the name of the game when ur "rock" fishing.
Tip: When the boat starts moving or you hear the engine revving, or your lines start to angle, reel up fast, the boat is repositioning and therefore draggin you along the rocks = snag.
I still lost about 4 scampis before switching over to 3 ways (cheaper loss)
Thanks to OCD, we had a bucket up front w/ aerator, but it still got emptied fast.
I took home 4 nice rf, threw a bunch back, couple undersize underling (bk o c), and a fat Cabbie.
This place is definately doable by kayak off China Beach and I'll be returing soon.
Great to meet new faces and some ol ones.
~Pat, good job, but let's not blow it up as much next time - lol