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Left Eastern Bay with my two boys Friday afternoon and had lines in North West of Bloody Point around 5:30. Not marking much on either side so pulled lines after about 45 minutes, let kids swim and then headed up to where the ships are anchored. Not much going on there so continued over into 30' of water off Tolley Point and started marking fish. Turned and started South along the 30' line and had 5 knockdowns between 7:30 and 8:30. 4 fish made it in the boat between 20 and 21 inches. All fish caught on tsunami prerigged shads behind spoonbrella spreaders. Two fish 16 oz 100' back, one fish 20 oz 70' back, don't remember the 4th. The fish that got off felt like the best (don't they always) but he was on the rod with no weight 165' back. 4 boat rod spread. Had beer battered rockfish tenders for dinner tonight. Awesome!
 

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Aaron; that's more like it !! Be ready to switch out those tsunami's soon for metal (either Capt. Johns or Tony's). Blues are Usually here by July 4th :)

Find good bait marks, droop lines. Troll maybe a half hour, no fish; pick up and run to another bait pod. You have to be willing to search right now.
Good Job, Good report.
Just FYI; I always have one spreader out 10 bars with 10 oz's.
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