|Back from SoCal on Monday. Wanted to fish WSB but my first day (Monday, 3/20) in OC, mom got into a car accident after suffering a minor stroke. She lost fine motor skills in her left arm. Looking for a full recovery. As far as the accident... Go figure, it wasn't her fault. She was able to pull off the side of the 405 (northbound) near LAX when a SUV side swiped her. Hit and run. Someone talking on a cell phone is all she saw. At 8:00am, I would had expected for someone to witness the accident and see if she was okay. Nope! thank god we got her a cell phone after dad died. At any rate, mom and the car are okay now.
Anyway, I digress. At the port yesterday, the water is quite clear (3-4ft) considering the delta and the amount rainfall. At high tide, I could see smaller males wandering close to the tules. I guess the female are on bed right now. Hopefully, with some wind and rain break, I might be able to see them. I doubt that will happen anytime soon though.
Four male caught yesterday all on swimming white gitzits. Nothing over a pound. All strikes were seen and were very aggressive. Those little boogers have major attitudes.
A Jerk on one end waiting for a Jerk on the other end