croakerfest


John Whitaker attached to a fine yellowfin croaker that falls for his USC trojan fly. Photo by Jim Solomon

John Whitaker attached to a fine yellowfin croaker (left) that falls for his USC trojan clouser (right). Photo by Jim Solomon

with the water temps lingering around 68 degrees we still seem to have some yellowfin croaker roaming around our local surf. The early marine layer kept them biting for a little longer than usual, they like low light so early am or just before dark can get these croaker schooled up and ready to eat. Pound for pound they provide great action on the fly and never disappoint anglers when they decide to show up…rumor has it my pops put  hurt on them this morning, LOL…

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4 thoughts on “croakerfest

  1. Glenn

    What? Shouldn’t that “trojan” clouser have ribs ;)? Cool catch and pics.

  2. bonefish27@aol.com

    thanks Q

  3. Jim Solomon

    Rumor Has It ! Rumor Has It ! You better believe it. Al Sr. or AKA – “Pops”, kicked dem Croaker’s butts this morning. Everytime I looked down the beach, there was Pops with another YFC flopping on the beach. And Whittaker with his stinkin “University of Spoiled Children” fly. Holy Moly I felt really bad for the YFC this morning! Ouch. Jim

  4. Bob

    That USC hook set by John looks like student body right to me. Right into the cheek. LOL!!!

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