Sunday, April 26, 2009

Took some time earlier in the week looking for bait. With a decent bite last week on the sidewinder I thought it was a good bet to try again.

The wind was strong each evening with relative calm in the morning.

Although the bite was a long way from wide open, a few nice perch did bite.

This guys eyes were bigger than his mouth—as you can see from the crab legs hanging out!!

The sunset evenings gave us some great colors and hope that next week will see warm days (but probably not) and an end to this wind that keeps stirring up the cloudy cold water. I know summers not far away on the calendar so I’ll keep my hopes up that better conditions are just around the corner!!

This upcoming week will give us some good low tides in the morning for catching bait and fishing the inshore holes for halibut and corbina. The evening high tides may make catching sand crabs a priority and fishing for perch and spotfin just after the peak of high tide. Although there is no claim of warm weather we do expect the winds to finally calm down and begin to blow from the south.

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