Originally Posted by HSano
I fished the "cliff" section of Pelican for 3 hours on Sunday and 5 hours on Monday. On Sunday there were only about 10 other anglers. In the three hours of fishing I saw only one fish caught and one LDR. The light winds and mild conditions made the fishing very tough. The smell of "skunk" was definitely in the air. I didn't get a single strike.
Monday provided much better conditions. However, there were only four other anglers in the entire "cliff" area. The wind was strong enough to create some wave action and a veil of clouds provided a light grey sky. I hooked 5 fish, losing 2. I caught two "rats" and one P.R. fish. The P.R. fish was 33 inches long and I'm guessing its weight at 13 lbs. (photo). It took me 15 minutes to land. The quality of the photo isn't very good since I was in a hurry to release the fish. Overall the fishing was still very slow but you have to be happy anytime you catch a P.R. fish.