Posts : 64 Join date : 2019-05-27 Age : 62 Location : Cerritos
Went out Friday morning, Alamitos Bay, for a quick 3 hour session. Managed to entice these guys to bite a green HUB. First timers for me. Both about 15”. Strange——no spotties, but still had a good time...
Posts : 3090 Join date : 2016-01-25 Age : 68 Location : San Pedro
WSB are an extremely light sensitive species and will normally migrate at night or cloudy days but during sunny days will travel from kelp bed to kelp bed in their travels in the wild. I landed two WSB myself this week on a Monday night sundowner session in LAH, next to the kelp beds. The largest one was 22 inches and it was strong enough to turn my float tube durning it’s power runs. These are incredible fish and I really can appreciate them even more when I am fortunate enough to actually land one. They bleed and die easily, so we all need to handle them gingerly.
WTG on landing (2) two juvenile WSB today!
Thank you MarkG for sharing your session with pictures.
SP Dan <“))><
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