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Old 10-30-2019, 01:13 PM   #1
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San Diego bay hoop netting help needed

Was going to try hoop netting San Diego bay this Friday nov 1st! Only hooped netted La Jolla once for 3 legal but I was with my cousin and Iím going solo this Friday unless someone wants to tag along! Didnít think hitting the open ocean at night by myself was a very good idea lol. Was going to launch at shelter island (only place Iíve ever launched in sd bay) will that area be productive at all? Is there another place to launch anyone would recommend?

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Old 10-30-2019, 03:55 PM   #2
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Make sure your kayak is well lit, lots of boat traffic on Fridays.
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Old 10-30-2019, 05:09 PM   #3
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Make sure your kayak is well lit, lots of boat traffic on Fridays.
Will do! Thanks for the tip
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Old 11-01-2019, 12:52 PM   #4
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shelter island is a good place to launch. I think that beach outside of shelter would be better as you don't have to deal with boats going in/out of that small opening.

shoot straight across to the other side and a bit to the right (towards the opening). there are rocks along there and tall markers in the water that mark alot of kelp. i would try dropping there along the kelp ridge or between the kelp and the rocks. the latter position will keep you a bit safer as boats don't often try to cross the kelp unless they are small boats going for lobsters. you can also fish along the kelp ridge to make time go by.

stay well lit. mark all buoys with lights. stay safe. stay warm.
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Old 11-02-2019, 07:42 PM   #5
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shelter island is a good place to launch. I think that beach outside of shelter would be better as you don't have to deal with boats going in/out of that small opening.

shoot straight across to the other side and a bit to the right (towards the opening). there are rocks along there and tall markers in the water that mark alot of kelp. i would try dropping there along the kelp ridge or between the kelp and the rocks. the latter position will keep you a bit safer as boats don't often try to cross the kelp unless they are small boats going for lobsters. you can also fish along the kelp ridge to make time go by.

stay well lit. mark all buoys with lights. stay safe. stay warm.
Thanks for the help took your advice and managed 1 legal and 9 shorts 2 of which the lobster gage needed just a little pressure to fit but it fit over so they got tossed back!
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