BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

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BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by Bellcon » Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:06 pm

SUNDAY, January 21, 2018 at Cabrillo Beach


Tournament Time;
6am to 1pm. No launching before 6am, weigh in promptly starts at 1pm.

Please see the rules here; viewtopic.php?f=19&t=183




$5 ENTRY, 100% PAYOUT TO WINNER WITH HEAVIEST TOTAL STRINGER OF 3 HALIBUTS MAX, EACH WITH A MINIMUM LENGTH OF 24".
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Sign up list for Baytubers MBF 1/21/18 at Cabrillo Beach

1. Theluckypig - Rotisserie chicken & Hawaiian bread
2. SandyBeach -
3. AndyACE - Chips and salsa
4. Pino - Pizza
5. Bellcon - Drinks, water, Gatorade, Snapple
6. Jhernandez- Donuts
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Re: BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by Bellcon » Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:08 pm

?
wow
a
BT
MBF
?

lets see how this goes, may have to try and pre-fish this weekend :lol:
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Re: BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by theluckypig » Sat Jan 13, 2018 6:10 pm

Rotisserie chicken & Hawaiian bread

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Re: BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by AndyACE » Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:00 pm

Cool! I can bring chips and salsa.

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Re: BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by Grego » Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:08 pm

Man, I'm still recovering from this bronchitis. I am going to really try and come by around 1pm just to check things out and say hello. As long as I don't have a relapse I will come by.

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Re: BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by pino » Wed Jan 17, 2018 7:10 pm

Bringing pizza

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Re: BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by Bellcon » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:32 am

:mrgreen:
anyone else?

Apparently the halibut are biting pretty well up and down the coast...

I have heard of fish up to 40 from Dana to Malibu

Cabrillo should be over flowing :mrgreen:
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Re: BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by jhernandez » Thu Jan 18, 2018 12:04 pm

Worked out a deal with my commander and don't have to report to work on Sunday, looking forward to fishing with all of you and learning. :D

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Re: BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by jhernandez » Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:38 pm

its going to be my first time fishing Cabrillo for Halibut any tips or recommended tackle to bring??

Ill bring some doughnuts

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Re: BAYTUBERS MBF 1/21/18 CABRILLO BEACH

Post by Bellcon » Thu Jan 18, 2018 4:22 pm

jhernandez wrote:
Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:38 pm
its going to be my first time fishing Cabrillo for Halibut any tips or recommended tackle to bring??

Ill bring some doughnuts
I almost always use live bait when fishing for the butts, I have had some luck at Cabrillo throwing plastics.
Most of my "Halibut rods" are 12-25lb, with some back bone and a tip that can handle the head shakes.
I use 20 and 30 size reels, most are filled with spectra and I use various lengths of mono leaders.
I fish a lot of drop shot wired rigs and also always have some type of 3 way rig set up.
I have no problem fishing 30 and 40 pound leaders on the drop shot especially in Cabrillos dark water.
I will go lighter on the 3 way rig for the bait leader.
I bring torpedo sinkers from 4oz up to 10oz using 6 and 8 the most depending upon depth and current.

Back in the day we almost all bought bait at the bait barge, 20+ guys lined up at times. Now a lot of guys make their own bait, Macks, smelt, brown baits and lizard fish... they all work and can all be found with some effort most the time.
They will probably have live squid at the barge, might have to give that a try, it can be killer if you find hungry fish. They will also have sardines which have always been a good halibut bait.

Not a lot of guys signed up for this MBF but who the people that have signed up are some damn good halibut hunters and great people, don't hesitate to ask questions and check out set ups.
I will bring an extra drop shot rig if you want to try it, just let me know.

hope that helps
ask away if you need more info or have any more questions
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