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#25201 Puget Sound, WA (2012 Season)

Posted by Squidman1 on 03 November 2012 - 06:43 AM

got 5 pounds fishing at 69 last night! Despite the muddy water, gotta use orange jigs to penetrate the mud so the squid can see your jigs! Most luck with an orange jig than the others I had in my box!
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#24588 Newport Ri 2012 Squid Season

Posted by Squid_Man on 04 May 2012 - 11:34 PM

The bite has been sucking because of the Full Moon. It sweeps the bait and squid in and out. The currents are too strong the baitfish and squid are more spread out. The New Moon always supplies the best bite.
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#28042 North Shore Squid 2014

Posted by SalemScott on 11 July 2014 - 07:08 AM

Nice catch Scott.. That must have been just after i left last night? Figures.. I will be going down to the pier tonight to try again, Hopefully them little inkers will be waiting.. hope to see you there!

Well, it was after midnight so......... :)

 

P.s.  Welcome to the forum BTW.


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#27875 Newport Ri 2014 Squid Season

Posted by retired squid on 25 May 2014 - 11:54 AM

Anyone try jamestown lately, or beverly pier?

 

I tried Beverly today (Saturday) and didn't catch a single one. My brother-in-law and I were the only ones trying for squid. There were several other folks catching flounder and mackerel. 


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#27858 Newport Ri 2014 Squid Season

Posted by JANZ on 23 May 2014 - 12:18 AM

Last nights trip with Frances was great.  Don't think we even made it to Nebraska

shoals.  We drifted all night with only 1 move.  Started in daylight and it was a slow

but steady pick.  As it got later it got better and better.  By 10:30 it was an all out

blitz, on bottom, mid depth and even on surface.  I employed Anthony's method and

caught  a bucket just on that, one jig no weight and even if you couldn't see them

they came up and hit it.  Lots of times had 4-6 squid fighting over same jig.  This

lasted till 12 midnight and then started to slow but we headed in at 12:30.  Took home

almost full bucket and gave away another full bucket.  Yee Ha.   It was great being able

to experiment.  As for colors, pink, green, white, blue, orange tried them all with great

success.  Did notice how the squid would come up sometimes and race to the jig only

to stop short and look at it and reach out to test it and after touching the jig (wrong end

of course) they would leave and another would come and do the same.  Got some of

the spray scent (menhaden) and used that to see if it made a diff.  yes it did they started

taking it after touching it.  Only 25 people on board and everyone was moving around.

I caught squid on stern on bow and both sides of boat.  BTW size did not matter, 1.5,

and mostly 2.5 were working equally as well.  Gotta go clean em now, should be done 

in about 4-5 hours (hate this part).


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#27799 Newport Ri 2014 Squid Season

Posted by skwidbert on 15 May 2014 - 11:45 AM

Hi guys, newbie here.  Do you think going during the day is better than going at night? I went out last night 9-11pm and had zero luck.


It's good with a light source and no sinker. Day time is good when they're in and blitzing, otherwise it's really inconsistent. Landed 25 in 4 hours today from 12-4pm
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#27785 Newport Ri 2014 Squid Season

Posted by retired squid on 14 May 2014 - 11:22 AM

I was at GI yesterday from noon to 5 and caught 14 squid. The tide was coming in. There were some nice runs but short lived. Many other folks caught more than me, some left with half a bucket full, I don't know what time they started fishing. Saw some sea robins but no bait fish. Some large squid were caught earlier and then a bunch of medium sized ones.


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#25275 Puget Sound, WA (2012 Season)

Posted by squidy1983 on 17 November 2012 - 02:39 AM

where is fox island
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#24769 New York Squid

Posted by CuttleHunter on 18 June 2012 - 09:16 PM

Saterday night..
We got some..^^

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#24056 jig case

Posted by squidguy on 21 March 2012 - 06:53 AM

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#23922 GOLDCOAST

Posted by ROB T on 26 February 2012 - 01:54 PM

HI GUYS HAS ANY ONE OUT THERE.COULD SUGGEST WHERE TO CATCH SQUID ON THE BROARDWATER OR THE JUMPINPIN AREA ,AS I AM NEW TO EGI FISHING. ALSO WHAT TIDES DO YOU SUGGEST TO TRY?
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#23891 Shops selling squid fishing equipment

Posted by Oz_Audio on 11 February 2012 - 04:56 PM

INOMATO do not ship internatioanlly but if you are in Tokyo, it would be a good shop to visit. Just catch the Train to Fuji City and it is a short walk from the station.

Mark
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#22187 Newport Ri 2011 Squid Season

Posted by Mr. Brian on 06 May 2011 - 11:22 PM

^ Thats gotta be boat &/or not in RI? If Im wrong then Im fishing the wrong spots...

Quick report:

Put in 4 hrs lastnight...2 of us...and about 7 or 8 others.

1 squid caught (on the bottom) during that time. No squid visible. Very little bait.

Probably another wk ...
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#20798 Puget Sound, Wa (2010 Season)

Posted by bufford on 05 November 2010 - 06:31 AM

Went jigging at Waterman (1 squid) then to Annapolis (just outside of Port Orchard) (1 squid) then on to Redondo (0 squid). So my consensus is ....aliens have spirited away all the squid to perform unnatural experiments on them...oh, the horror!
Actually, just before I got to Waterman, a couple of jiggers got about 20 apiece...figures.
Is anyone consistently catching these tasty little buggers or is the "run" simply not in yet? How about further north or south? Inquiring taste buds want to know. :sq:



I can tell you where there at...But? Nobody wants to believe me..LOL :angel:
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#20530 Brighton pier and surrounds - VIC

Posted by masejess33 on 29 September 2010 - 06:57 PM

big high pressure system pushing through...
squid should be going nuts atm....
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#27158 Puget sound, WA (2013 season)

Posted by Squidman1 on 14 November 2013 - 03:20 PM

Got my limit!
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