Pre-fishing Piru

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Pre-fishing Piru

Postby DAKINE198 » Sun Sep 25, 2011 10:20 pm

Okay just one club deal left and tied second place and three points away from possibly my first AOY title. I have been close some many times and lost it in the last . We are headed for Piru anybody got any info they are willing to share?
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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby TeamBeefmaster » Mon Sep 26, 2011 7:33 am

it depends on water level. that place fluctuated nearly 50ft last year. my guess is its pretty low... ive caught em in 4 inchs of water to 45 feet. good luck

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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby elfish16 » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:07 am

Piru isn't that low... its still very high water level.

What the bite is I am not too sure, but I know a month ago the water was plenty high and it doesn't fluctuate like Castaic unless they are doing repairs or something like that.
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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby Ray L. » Mon Sep 26, 2011 11:21 am

If they have not started yet they will soon be doing there draw down for the lake. Every year they draw water for the farmers storage. Even if they do draw down there will still be a bite in the channels.
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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby fishinman » Tue Sep 27, 2011 4:01 pm

If you caught 14.5 lbs at castaic this time a year you sure don't need our help. get some peas and a hammer that's how my dad started me! When a bass comes up to eat a pea just wack him with the hammer but not too hard cause you might loose some pts.

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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby DAKINE198 » Tue Sep 27, 2011 11:34 pm

Hey Jeff would that be fresh or frozen peas?
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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby fishinman » Wed Sep 28, 2011 6:50 am

your choice, just don't get caught, knowing the a holes at cataic i'd be reading about your prison sentence for chuming!

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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby mikear » Wed Oct 05, 2011 6:40 am

Here he goes again.... Pre fishing on the internet??
I would love to see you get AOY, but not before i give you all
the crap i can.
See you at the pond this weekend. I here the cropie bite is going off. :lol:

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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby mrobinett » Wed Oct 05, 2011 6:44 am

It worked for him last time quite well. If it works, don't fix it. Good luck out there.

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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby DAKINE198 » Wed Oct 05, 2011 10:17 pm

Yeah Mikey, I was out last Sunday and didn't get anything good. Randy and Fernie said that they had 24#. We will see come this weekend....
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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby Big Ed » Thu Oct 06, 2011 6:24 pm

Dakine;

What club would that be? The local club here in San Dimas is fizzleing? Myself and a couple of good guys are looking for a club?

Is that how you spell Fizzle?

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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby DAKINE198 » Thu Oct 06, 2011 8:20 pm

Bassin buddies If your interested shoot me a PM. What club are you in?
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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby DAKINE198 » Mon Oct 10, 2011 12:31 pm

Okay so Sunday morning I'm in the Parking lot getting ready to launch and my three "buddies" came up to me in the boat. All three of them had their hands behind their backs. First "buddy" throws out a bag of frozen peas on the deck of my boat . At first I didn't know what it was for, then the second one brings out a can of peas and says "sorry cant find fresh peas". Then the last buddy brings me a hammer. We all had a good laugh as they all wished me good luck.
Now here comes the dilema, up until 12:30 I only had two keepers/sqeakers and was desperate to try anything. I just could not get another bite. I threw a DS, TR, jig, cranks, blades, chatterbait swimbaits, anything and everything I had in the boat.......except the peas. I grabbed my rod and threaded the frozen peas on my 6# flouro line like a big long worm. Oh and let me tell you them big fish came up from the bottom and followed that "pea rig" right to the boat. I grabbed the hammer and tried to wack em but I missed em. Dem buggas is quick. Unfortunately the hammer slipped from my hand and I wacked the boat. The dilema is, Does anybody know of a good fiberglass repair shop???????????
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Re: Pre-fishing Piru

Postby mark poulson » Tue Oct 11, 2011 4:59 am

DAKINE198 wrote:Okay so Sunday morning I'm in the Parking lot getting ready to launch and my three "buddies" came up to me in the boat. All three of them had their hands behind their backs. First "buddy" throws out a bag of frozen peas on the deck of my boat . At first I didn't know what it was for, then the second one brings out a can of peas and says "sorry cant find fresh peas". Then the last buddy brings me a hammer. We all had a good laugh as they all wished me good luck.
Now here comes the dilema, up until 12:30 I only had two keepers/sqeakers and was desperate to try anything. I just could not get another bite. I threw a DS, TR, jig, cranks, blades, chatterbait swimbaits, anything and everything I had in the boat.......except the peas. I grabbed my rod and threaded the frozen peas on my 6# flouro line like a big long worm. Oh and let me tell you them big fish came up from the bottom and followed that "pea rig" right to the boat. I grabbed the hammer and tried to wack em but I missed em. Dem buggas is quick. Unfortunately the hammer slipped from my hand and I wacked the boat. The dilema is, Does anybody know of a good fiberglass repair shop???????????


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