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    [QUOTE=Larry S;194786]Well said Brian.
    I'm still trying to remember which of the Gray brothers is the best looking.
    A hearty Hi-Ho to you both.
    Larry S
    Sun Diego[/

    I am Larry 😁!!

    How are you doing?

    Have you been wading the surf?
    Lance Gray
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    Lance,
    We generally hit the surf 2 days a week. Very slow this
    winter; often we don 't even see the usual suspects
    like the rays and shovelnose. Our best "catch" was back
    in late Oct when a panga unloaded 11 illegals on the beach we
    were fishing. A quick call to the Coast Guard resulted
    in their capture, including the panga. All this around
    8AM.
    Best to you and all the Grays,
    Larry S
    Sun Diego

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    I guess America is still one of the best places to go to.....?
    Bill Kiene

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    Too funny Larry, you know that I am, by far!! LOL

    I hope all is well!!
    Lincoln Gray
    LG'S Fly Fishing Adventures
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    What are some of the best months for surf fishing?

    Maybe we could have a surf fishing outing some day?
    Bill Kiene

    Fly fishing travel consultant
    Certified FFF Casting Instructor
    Email: billkiene63@gmail.com
    Cell: 530/753-5267
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    Bill,
    I retired in 2000 and try to hit the surf two days
    each week when I'm in town ; from Del Mar down to
    just north of Scripps. I keep a log/journal for each
    trip; weather, tides, times, conditions, fish seen
    and caught. For the first 10 years, we had steady
    catches; perch, several types of croakers, rays,
    smelt, some sharks and the like. After 2010 we've
    seen the fishing steadily decreasing; especially the
    barred surf perch which often made up 75% of
    of catches. Over the last 2 years or so, they've just disappeared.
    The sport fishing boats are now recording perch numbers.
    Strange.
    Summers, we're still doing fairly well on corbinas and
    yellowfin croakers. Not sure whether the lower numbers
    are due to water temps, less feeding zones like rips and
    troughs. or whatever.
    Like steelheading, I should be glad for the productive seasons
    that we did have.
    Best,
    Larry S
    Sun Diego

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    I think many fisheries are in a full nose dive?

    Not sure about what is going on?

    Global warming could cause animals/fish to migrate?

    Bruce Slightom in Eureka, CA says they are getting surf perch year rod?

    Our Stripers are all small now with a fish over 10 pounds a big deal.

    Last spring we did have a good American Shad run in the Lower American river.

    The mid-West has lost their wild Chinese Ringneck Pheasants......all pen raised now.

    Largemouth Bass in the canal behind our house in Sebastian, FL have gone down to about 12 inches?



    *Today it is AG pollution of the water, de-watering and poorly treated human waste.



    "No fish, no fishermen, no problems."
    Bill Kiene

    Fly fishing travel consultant
    Certified FFF Casting Instructor
    Email: billkiene63@gmail.com
    Cell: 530/753-5267
    Web: www.billkiene.com

    Contact me for any reason........
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