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Posted by slayer666 on 21 July 2013 - 12:48 AM
Posted by Squidman1 on 03 November 2012 - 06:43 AM
Posted by Squid_Man on 04 May 2012 - 11:34 PM
Posted by BillG on 04 April 2014 - 08:35 PM
The water temp in Newport is currently 39.9 degrees as of this morning (ref: http://www.ndbc.noaa...p?station=nwpr1). Last year, it was warmer, earlier. It first hit 50 in mid-April. Then it stalled right around 50. Fishing reports and people seemed to catch handfuls or no squid. People didn't really ever catch much in Newport until the Fall run. Jamestown was catching some in the Spring and the Cape was supposedly great, but I didn't fish either of those areas. As to when squid move in, it is generally accepted that they move in when the water temp gets to 50. As to when the very first squid get here, that's anyone's guess. As an indicator, out on the Cape/Islands, their run usually starts a week or two in advance of Newport. As to how strong the run will be this year, again, that's anybody's guess. The NOAA catch numbers (ref: http://www.nero.noaa...go20140329.html) for squid this year are far higher than the catch numbers for squid last year, so maybe this will be a banner year... or, maybe not. Based on the rate of climb of temperature though, the water has been rising a degree every 3-5 days, so roughly guestimating, it should hit 50 in the end of April or the beginning of May. Sunny days and calm seas should help that along though.
Posted by Baysailor on 05 June 2013 - 04:13 AM
There is signs of squid in the vicinity of GI, I can see them on sonar and fluke and blues are feeding on them.
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Posted by clubby on 20 May 2012 - 12:22 PM
Posted by woodshooligan on 25 April 2012 - 02:18 PM
I was using 20 lbs mono, and I'm thinking that may have been a big factor. I switched to 14 lbs fluorocarbon, and if that doesn't work I'll try something even lighter (The 14 lbs fluoro I have actually breaks around 10 lbs even with the recommended knots tied with a lot of care, a 10 lbs mono I have will break around 12-15 lbs with those knots).
I went by the dock (late) after work tonight and people were definitely still catching squid. I'm going to give it another go tomorrow though. I also got a fairly small (3.5 in) pink yo-zuri (couldn't find the martinetti locally, but may order one) that I'm going to try. I'll post how it went tomorrow.
Posted by loligo on 22 April 2012 - 07:57 PM
Takng the day off...tired of burning 4$ gas for nothing back. I won't be going again until after the draggers are gone unless it is apparent that there is enough to make some $.
Good luck out there.
Posted by Mickyd on 07 April 2012 - 03:24 PM
As an ex commercial fisherman and a life long recreational fanatic I love the comradary of fishing and fisherman. Earning a living from fishing high lighted the need for special spots but I will always help out a fellow angler with at least some direction. Tribina your tone is condescending and childish. I wasn't having a cry I just think like minded people can be supportive and helpful. I am a firm believer in confidence fishing. When your confident you catch more - guaranteed. So a little direction can make all the difference. I fish regularly at Clovelly, people wont know which rock i fish but can go to the area and give it a go with some better idea that the area produces. Tribuna with over 500 posts surely you know what people want to read. I might also add that I will not apologize for being passionate about squid on a squid web forum... Back to business. I was just in the USA got onto my first giant squid. Very different from our squid. I hooked and landed a 11 kg version that pulled hard and was in very deep water. I do however prefer our light line caught variety better. I will stop my rant now and look forward to more positive posts including my own.
Posted by Ojingo on 25 March 2012 - 09:02 PM
Yes they were.
Nice work there Ojingo & inky , should be a nice feed . Was that a 30cm + hood
Those were caught with Inkky.
I think they're a bit too good for Kingies
There's always Yowie Bay Wharf for Arrows if you want fresh bait though.
Edit: 1 of the weapons used http://dl.dropbox.co...24032012534.jpg
Posted by Mekim on 27 December 2011 - 08:35 AM
Posted by dimi1994 on 18 July 2011 - 12:07 PM
Okay so last week I was down at black point where my dad has a place (I'm 17). I drove down with one of my mates and the weather was great. (no wind, clear waters etc). It was a dodge tide so I wasn't liking our chances of fish off the beach so we decided to throw in a few squid lines with floats on and jarvis walker razor backs as the sun set and ended up catching a dozen squid within an hour between us.
The next day we decided to put a little row boat in (could also have easily been done with a canoe or any boat at all- the weather was that great!) and rowed out about 400-500 metres off shore to where there were sea weed. At first we anchored and tried our luck without floats and only got about 6 in an hour. We then decided to pull up anchor and just drift along. There was a slight breeze that took us from the point towards the boat ramp. We bagged out on squid within 3 hours and the time just flew! Some were quite small, but majority were over 1.5kg. We found that the best spot was about 500 metres-1 kilometre out from the boat ramp down at black point (it sounds a long way but on a nice day it is very easy to get out- we were in a 40 year old row boat which could barely fit 1 person let alone 2 and that was just fine). We did not try with bait and only used razor back squid jags, but they worked a treat! Just thought I would share that the 1.5 hour drive was well worth it. I would predict that Ardrossan would be the same around now or anywhere around that area.
Posted by Buckets11 on 17 May 2011 - 08:12 AM
2 buckets.. varies sizes of tubes.. mainly large. They bit well at sunrise today. Just off the beach.
Could you give a general location to this?
Or PM if you dont want to post
Posted by BJsquid on 03 March 2011 - 05:13 PM
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Posted by flant on 06 August 2011 - 07:43 PM