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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » U.S. Post and Topics » U.S. West Region Introductions and Discussions » Fishing Reports Western Region » 09-20 Newport Beach Harbor Night Sesh

09-20 Newport Beach Harbor Night Sesh

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109-20 Newport Beach Harbor Night Sesh  Empty 09-20 Newport Beach Harbor Night Sesh Tue Sep 21, 2021 8:15 am

Only Dinkss

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Launched out from the Coast Guard Beach In newport with 2 of my friends. We got in the water around 5pm, water was alot warmer and the wind wasn't blowing but the current was ripping hard!!!! Anyways i got 5 spottys, 13 inch being the biggest and 1 calico. It was pretty tough because theres a bunch of crap on the surface of the water. One of my friends didnt catch anything and the other one got 2 spottys. I gotta say the bass had their A++ game last night. They faught really hard!!! Around 830 pm we got out the water. It was a fun, quick little session!

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Very cool I like fishing at night and I don't do it enough. I notice the same thing in Huntington with crap all over the surface. I assume we are looking at vegetation dying off as it gets colder, maybe I am wrong.


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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Very cool I like fishing at night and I don't do it enough.  I notice the same thing in Huntington with crap all over the surface.  I assume we are looking at vegetation dying off as it gets colder, maybe I am wrong.

Thank you! Spotty fishing at night is always good 👍. Yeah im also thinking alot of vegetation on the surface due to the strong currents. If theres no wind, in the current i probably go around 5 mph lol. Where do you usually fish in Huntington harbor? Ive been fishing around mothers beach area but its been tough in that area.

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Out of Seabridge Park to the main channel and heading most often to the flats.


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Nice man, Good ish bro! Always wondered, if fishing at night do we have to have running lights for both safety, and to be lawful? Would a long whip with a high vis flag and light attached work? Or do you have to have a light on each side of our lil "VESSELS"

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Out of Seabridge Park to the main channel and heading most often to the flats.

Right on, ill definitely try down there next time!!

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Nice man, Good ish bro! Always wondered, if fishing at night do we have to have running lights for both safety, and to be lawful? Would a long whip with a high vis flag and light attached work? Or do you have to have a light on each side of our lil "VESSELS"

You need a life jacket, whistle and readily available flash light. Thats for just inside the harbor, as for outside the harbor aka: the ocean, i would imagine you need a radio, gps and flares. It wouldnt be a bad idea to have more lights or a whip because people are VERY BAD at driving boats.
Last but not least dont forget to be respectful to the Coast Guard, Sheriff, Harbor Patrol, and Life Guards!!! They are amazing people keeping our ocean waters safe!!! Plus they love float tubers!!!

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