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Old 05-13-2005, 04:12 PM   #1
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Question Coronados 425,101, Rosarito

Anybody do the Coronado 425 101 swing in the last few days I am planning that trip for Sunday and was looking for a pre trip report. I am also going to hit the Rosarito kelp on the way back .
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Old 05-13-2005, 09:47 PM   #2
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The coranados have had a bite on Bonita,barries,and some tails.

If I get a chance later I will check to see if I see any reports for the other areas

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Old 05-13-2005, 09:56 PM   #3
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I found this report onBD by Babygiant that fished those areas yesterday.

5/12/05 Report 425,371, rock pile & Nados

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425,371, rock pile & Nados
Had a reverse problem the day before but got it fixed to fish today and ...Started 15 miles southeast of the 425(temp 62) great temp breaks up to 64 + going towards the 371- lots of nice looking patties for nothing- turned around and headed towards the rockpile and found more kelp the temp droped to 60 and green water so we went to the middle grounds (temp 66) for my only catch of the day a calico(released) Boxed all of the above for nothing- hit every patty and did 2-3 passes on them, chuncked, chummed...nothing.
I helped out a BD'er (Curt-squirtis) with a ride for him and his friend Todd and thats all they got. It was nice to meet both guys and had a good time bullshiting the whole day-
Heard of one Yellow caught SW of 371 and one caught around 425- Late in the day some guy sharking called out a WFO Yellow tail bite off a patty but I don't know how reliable that was? Also heard a Thresher was caught.
All in all nice day on the pond-
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Thanks for the info I am starting to look at going to the upper 9. 43 .181. 182. as some reports are clean blue 64.5 degree water. With everybody going south the north west run might produce.
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Thanks for the info I am starting to look at going to the upper 9. 43 .181. 182. as some reports are clean blue 64.5 degree water. With everybody going south the north west run might produce.
I would stay south and think its too early for the north banks imo

Good luck whichever way you go and we look forward to your report
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