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PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2006 7:28 am
Ken Jones


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Location: California

Jordona Santiago of Martinez Bait & Tackle is reporting good fishing this week with sturgeon a'plenty and the striper showing up on the Martinez shoreline.  The late morning through late afternoon incoming tides are the biggest and best.  If your'e launching out of Martinez you'll want to go around 7:00 am as the low tide is an extreme minus (-1.0 through -1.3)...Ghost and grass shrimp have been the best baits for both fish.  The striper on grass shrimp.  These fish were caught from the pier and shoreline  ranging from 31 to 43" but were not officially reported.  The sturgeon have been productive at the second and fifth rows of ships as well as bouy 2.  Connie, Jim and Brad of Martinez caught a monster sturgeon at the first row (West end) that exceded 7' and a probable 200 lbs.  The fish was released.  Others catching and releasing were Bob Rodriguez of Pleasant Hill with a 46"! sturge on at row 5 on a grass/ghost combo.  Gary Williams of Martinez hauled in two sturgeon caught on grass shrimp at the second row.  The 48" was released while the 54" became dinner.  Dale Martin of Pittsburg caught a 54" sturgeon at the fifth row on a ghost/grass combo.  Larry Baird of Martinez caught a 46" sturgeon at bouy 2 on a grass/ghost combo.  Lyle Shores got a 54.5" sturgi at bouy 2 on grass shrimp.  good fishing this week with sturgeon a'plenty and the striper showing up on the Martinez shoreline.  The late morning through late afternoon incoming tides are the biggest and best.  If your'e launching out of Martinez you'll want to go around 7:00 am as the low tide is an extreme minus (-1.0 through -1.3)...Ghost and grass shrimp have been the best baits for both fish.  The striper on grass shrimp.  These fish were caught from the pier and shoreline  ranging from 31 to 43" but were not officially reported.  The sturgeon have been productive at the second and fifth rows of ships as well as bouy 2.  Connie, Jim and Brad of Martinez caught a monster sturgeon at the first row (West end) that exceded 7' and a probable 200 lbs.  The fish was released.  Others catching and releasing were Bob Rodriguez of Pleasant Hill with a 46"! sturge on at row 5 on a grass/ghost combo.  Gary Williams of Martinez hauled in two sturgeon caught on grass shrimp at the second row.  The 48" was released while the 54" became dinner.  Dale Martin of Pittsburg caught a 54" sturgeon at the fifth row on a ghost/grass combo.  Larry Baird of Martinez caught a 46" sturgeon at bouy 2 on a grass/ghost combo.  Lyle Shores got a 54.5" sturgi at bouy 2 on grass shrimp. 
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