MDR HARBOR Ballona Creek "CUDAS" 3/31/15

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  1. VICTOR JR

    VICTOR JR Well-Known Member

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    Fished from 3:00pm to 5:00pm in search of cudas and some halibuts on a luckycraft ... I got lucky caught 3 legal sized cudas. One was 29' and the others where both exactly 28' I also released 4.. The lucky craft wasn't so lucky it got destroyed
     

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  2. Joey805

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    Dang, cudas are already here. Gonna be another wild season.
     
  3. Carnivore

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    Hum, warm water, barracuda...Makos aren't far behind I bet. Congrats on a good day.
     
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    Nice - water is much warmer this year so far.
     
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    Your lucky to still have the LC.....Easy E
     
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    ... damn looks like I may have to remove the cobwebs and dust off the gear .. maybe even wash and wax the OUTBACK :D

    nice catching :beerbang:
     
  9. SnickSnack72

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    Nice! What hardbait is that and what depth does it dive to?
     

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