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Old 05-25-2019, 06:58 PM   #1
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Gear for Mothership trip - San Clemente

Hey guys, I am new here.

Anyone on here is planning on going on Mothership trip to San Clemente Island in June? I have never fished San Clemente and had couple of questions regarding gear. I will be fishing from my 2019 Outback. I do have fish finder Simrad Go7 but don't have live well. I would assume that live well will be necessity when fishing for YT, Seabass or Halibut. I have only fished live bait fly lining on party boats, do not have a ton of experience trolling from kayak.

What is the preferred method of fishing San Clemente? What do you guys use and what did you have biggest success with for different species?

I like to use soft plastics and smaller flat fall and butterfly jigs.

I was thinking of bringing:
200 daiwa coastal set up with Californian rod
300 daiwa lexa HD (just ordered will prob put 30-40 lbs braid),
400 daiwa lexa HD with Daiwa Proteus rod(40 lbs braid),
Penn Squall (65 lbs braid)

I also have 2 speed Okuma Metaloid set up with 65lbs braid and med-heavy rod that I normally use for Yo-Yo from boat, not sure if this is not an overkill for Kayak fishing. I saw video on YT where guys where fishing directly from boat as well so if this was an option I might bring this as well.

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