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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » U.S. Post and Topics » U.S. West Region Introductions and Discussions » Fishing Reports Western Region » Pre-NPH Toy Drive Practice At LAH Sat 12-14-2019

Pre-NPH Toy Drive Practice At LAH Sat 12-14-2019

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SP Dan

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Los Angeles Harbor (LAH) Sun 12-14-2019.  
I always like to take a few minutes before each session starts ... to calm my thoughts and to remember to give thanks to HIM! [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
For having received the blessing of good health and for this opportunity to be here today ... to be able to enjoy the water, with all of it's abundance and to take-in the breath taking sunrise of each new session .... amen![You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Location: Los Angeles Harbor (LAH) My 92nd session.

Duration: 07:00 hrs until 10:00 hrs (3 hrs)
Sun Rise: 06:49 hrs
Sun Set: 16:43 hrs, the hours of light are now shorter and shorter. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Moon Phase: Waning Gibbous, just 3-days past the Full Moon phase.
Gray Light: approx 06:00
hrs
Tidal Conditions:
07:00 hrs 4.6 ft, 08:00 hrs  5.5 ft, 09:00 hrs 6.1 ft, 09:420 hrs HT 6.3 ft, 10:00 hrs 6.2 ft ... etc.
Air temperatures during session: cloudy and cool with temps ranging from 60 deg to 63.5 deg.
Water temperatures: 62 deg at the water's surface.
Wind: 07:00 hrs 1 mph SE, by 10:00 hrs the wind picked up to 3.5 mph SSE.
Water clarity: translucent green.
Large Leaf Kelp Beds: a little to report
Water Visibility: 3 ft-5 ft open water, 6-7 ft along the shorelines.
Tidal Coefficient: (CE) 82 in the morning, this is average and considered a stable rate.
iSolunar Prediction: Major Period from: 07:34 hrs until 10:34 hrs. 
(4 out of 4 possible) <"))>< <"))>< <"))>< <"))><

A slow bite today. The bottom line is .... I'd still rather be on the water hoping to find the fish and catching nothing than to be at home sitting on the couch watching TV ... any day!

Sea Dogs: (5) three to report
Dolphin: (0) none to report
Sharks: (0) none to report
Whales: (0) none to report
Sea Turtles: (0) none to report
Pelagic Bird Activity: quite a gathering of diving birds to report.
Quite a few California Brown Pelican but this one wanted my fish! lol
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And an Osprey[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Bait Presence: some bait presence with predator fish chasing them and making them jump out of the water during the chase!
Distance kicked: 1.45 miles
Calories Burnt: 470 calories, if were walking fast. 
Personal Attire: board shorts
Fish-Finder used: Deeper Pro +, not used today
Model of Float Tube: Cumberland with DIY rod rack and hard-top lap-tray.
Type of fins used: Force Fins with fin-leash's.
Wader Skins: I wear Wader Skins- Leggings, but not worn today.
Tackle Used: For casting: 1/4oz Sardine Green/Silver, Pearl White colored HUB's and a 1/4oz NED rig w/ a BIG TRD The Deal & PB&J color.s For trolling: 5/8oz Sardine Green/Silver, Shad White and 3/8oz Mint colored HUB's.

SP Dan's fish count this morning: 13-fish, 5-species, the Bass Trifecta and 0-legals to report today.
(3) short Calico, 9 1/2"[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
(5) short Spotty's, best was a 13"[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
(1) short Sandy's, 8 3/4"[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

(1) short Halibut 15 1/2"[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
(3) Greenback Mackerel 11"[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Note: All legals (if any) are shown and just one pic of each species landed if short and all fish are quickly CPR'd (ASAP).
PLEASE .... remember to be respectful to the boat owners and their property.
PLEASE ... remember to leave it cleaner than you found it![You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
So please help out and grab a BIG hand-full and Pitch-In!! [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] After all ... we are the keepers of our fisheries!

Thank you for taking the time to check out today's fish report!

Tight lines everyone!

SP Dan     <"))><


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Jerdon

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Nice day Dan,
Bass trifecta, halibut, and it looks like a new Pink Flamingo floaty toy.

Thanks for sharing.


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SP Dan

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Nice day Dan,
Bass trifecta, halibut, and it looks like a new Pink Flamingo floaty toy.

Thanks for sharing.

Yeah Jerdon ... it was a slow day but a few pheesh did decide to cooperate.

I noticed the pink flamingo floaty a-ways down in the jetty rocks when I had launched but when I had returned to my launch location .... there it was ... so out of the water it came and into the near-by trash can it went along with other trash that I took the time to pick up. Very Happy


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