Coral Sea 3/4 day 10.22.22

Posted On: Oct 23, 2022 at 12:39 AM

Capt Merit
Today we had an ominous forecast for increasing winds in the outer channel and islands. We opted for the sheltered waters of the upper Gaviota Coast. Our first stop netted us more than half of what we needed for rockfish. We moved west some and fished a shear pinnacle in about 160 feet of water, Wolf Rock. Sure enough we did catch a wolf eel, and another SoCal exotic, a greenling, releasing both. A final spot nearby finished up our rockfish limits, and being a long way from the dock, our day too. Plus the wind did come up, but up there, no sea with it. We're on our way home now.
Final catch for 24 anglers:
2 lings
2 sheephead
39 whitefish
240 rockfish, lots of variety. including 40 bolina and even almost as many sugars. 
Photos to follow!
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