Friday, July 16, 2010

Haley Porter of Dillon Beach caught this 29# halibut on a live jacksmelt on the bar yesterday. There were a few other halibut caught on the far end of Ten Mile Beach, but none nearly as big. Tom Brodski and Ron Johnson lost a white seabass that someone else had already lost. They snagged a line that tangled their gear and discovered that a WSB was on the end before it broke off. Losing a fish once is bad enough... Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the fishermen lost on Ten Mile on Wednesday. Let's all remember that it is a dangerous place out there no matter your level of experience.