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daehleets

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Did some more testing on the saltwater side of things. Tippin the swimbaits i had a few more hookups then the norm with the added smell of the bait when targeting the lings. Perch and seatrout not so much unless combined with sandshrimp then they gobbled up the combo. Did find out the cabazon go wild over the stickleback bait. Ended the day with a total of 9 cabazon hooked. Normally 1 cabazon a day is alote where i fish. abbb.jpg abbbbbbbb.jpg abbbbbbbbbbb.jpg abb.jpg abbbbbbbbbb.jpg abbbb.jpg abbbbbbbbbbbbb.jpg abbbbbbb.jpg abbbbbbbbb.jpg abbbbbbbbbbbbbb.jpg
 
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(top right below the youngster) That is a Staghorn (I believe Buffalo) Sculpin, I always think they are a Cabezon until I get them reeled up all the way, they hit ANYTHING that moves and they even hang out in the sand. My buddies who spear fish say they have black meat.

I won't touch them.
 
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(top right below the youngster) That is a Staghorn (I believe Buffalo) Sculpin, I always think they are a Cabezon until I get them reeled up all the way, they hit ANYTHING that moves and they even hang out in the sand. My buddies who spear fish say they have black meat.

I won't touch them.
I see a underling in the top right pic, gots any pics of the staghorns?. Did get a few out in the sand that looked like a large river bullhead. was wondering what those little fellers were. As far as touchin them i see what ya mean cause the horns have a little sting to um it they getcha
 
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That middle fish on the bottom is sweet, love the colors.
I do luv the colors on the perch. probably the most colorfull fish i have hooked up with on the oregon coast
 

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