pierfishing.com :: FAQ :: search :: memberlist :: album
  Sign-up as new user :: log in



Sign-up as new user | I forgot my password

Page 1, 2  Next
PFIC Message Boards >> Off-Topic Reply to this topic
>> Squid trip anyone? [topic: previous/next]
PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 8:21 pm
PLugLine


Posts: 222

Anybody wanna go meet up on the NSQ this sunday for a day of squiddin? I'm super juiced to go and I want some other PFICers whose are interested, to get with it too! The boat is called the New Salmon Queen and it runs out of emeryville, call or PM me for details! (Or you can call em up at 654-6040 for the scoop..)The load looks pretty light so lets get on it!
Ian
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 10:25 pm
PLugLine


Posts: 222

They had 17 anglers today for 412 squid ranging from 20-45lbs! Thats around 12 THOUSAND pounds of squid...
I'm ready for war...man vs. squid...
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 11:18 pm
tinle


Posts: 218
Location: Hercules/Davis

whats the pricing on it? drop some details =)
Top of page
Send private message Send e-mail Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 12:08 am
PLugLine


Posts: 222

80$ per person 1/2 kids under 12. The shop has everything you need from gear rentals to licenses to food and squid jigs...PM if you are seriosly interested guys, I wanna HOOK UP with some squid and some PFICers NOW!!!
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 4:26 am
quik2


Posts: 14

Bring spectra line or 50+ lb mono, and a 2 speed reel. You're gonna be in for a lot of pain w/ a single speed =D Really bring 2 speed!
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 1:30 pm
uncle ji


Posts: 54
Location: MOKU MANU, HAWAII

How long does the squid run last, and can a non resident license (day or week?) be purchased onboard? Thanks.
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 1:53 pm
baitchucker


Posts: 241
Location: Fairfield/Suisun

Quote:
How long does the squid run last, and can a non resident license (day or week?) be purchased onboard? Thanks.


Uncle Ji.... Don't think about it, man. These squirts are like pulling 100# yellowfin from 1000 ft. Wait until the fuses take hold. I had a couple of bones fused in my feet a year ago. They still haven't quite healed yet.

_________________
________________________________
A Jerk on one end waiting for a Jerk on the other end
Top of page
Send private message Send e-mail Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 3:32 pm
uncle ji


Posts: 54
Location: MOKU MANU, HAWAII

baitchucker wrote:
Quote:
How long does the squid run last, and can a non resident license (day or week?) be purchased onboard? Thanks.


Uncle Ji.... Don't think about it, man. These squirts are like pulling 100# yellowfin from 1000 ft. Wait until the fuses take hold. I had a couple of bones fused in my feet a year ago. They still haven't quite healed yet.


Okay, i'll stick with perch this trip. Mahalo! Cool
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 4:46 pm
tranbaby2


Posts: 1521
Location: Plugging 'But Holes

So uhm, what would 17 guys do with 12 thousand plus pounds of giant squid?
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 6:01 pm
PLugLine


Posts: 222

Well 12,000lbs of squid becomes a lot more like 5,000lbs once all the squid are cleaned, BUT a good size portion of the squid is left untouched to be given to commercial crabbers like me, since its killer crab bait and more or less easy to work with... Nothing is wasted....Nothing
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 11:04 pm
fakefisherman


Posts: 569
Location: Redwood City, CA

Red and myself will use a whole one for 10-foot sevengill bait this spring. Flylining it, of course.
Top of page
Send private message Send e-mail Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 7:26 am
rock hopper


Posts: 828

Tip your jigs with a big ole chunk of tentacle for a killer lingcod magnet.
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 7:31 pm
fakefisherman


Posts: 569
Location: Redwood City, CA

Dude...a 12oz. leadhead with a giant squid tentacle? Deadly!
Top of page
Send private message Send e-mail Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 9:17 pm
joeshmo13


Posts: 1

rock hopper wrote:
Tip your jigs with a big ole chunk of tentacle for a killer lingcod magnet.
[/color
[color=red]
How well does the tentacle work for catching a nice sized ling?
Top of page
Send private message Send e-mail Make a quoted reply on this post
PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 9:19 pm
PLugLine


Posts: 222

Its the scent bro, plus it just looks good to a fiesty ling...I caught my biggest on a barf bait octopus last summer using a similar 12oz. jig head with the octo attached and the best part is that the bait wont be ruined after one fish...most of the time...
Top of page
Send private message Make a quoted reply on this post
PFIC Message Boards >> Off-Topic Reply to this topic
Page 1 of 2  Page 1, 2  Next
Display posts from previous:   
Jump to: