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Harriet16

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First time to San carlos. I live on northern vancouver island,we are driving down in 2 weeks. How is the beach fishing this time of year, I am going to bring some of our jigs and casting spoons down(all the stuff I use on the baja) am also looking for a day charter for yellowtail. Any recomendations for charters would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Post to Jon at seasancarlos on this site.  Jon and Jen run a friendly operation in San Carlos and will take good care of you. 
A message from an old friend of theirs currently in Taos, New Mexico skiing for the winter.

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Not much of anything along the beach right now. Maybe some cow fish and stingrays. Some triggerfish around the rocks and grey snapper. You'd have to be pretty nimble to get to any areas to cast to bonita. They are close though. Maybe some corvina if you were real lucky.

I put lots of shares together this time of year. Mostly half days with older clientele. My rates are reasonable and I am usually on-board.

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Harriet16

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Thank you very much for the replies, sounds like the beach fishing is pretty skinny there. I will adjust my tackle accordingly.
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bryanr

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The yellowtail were right at San Antonio Point yesterday, but it's not an easy hike.
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Harriet16

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I will get a hold of you when I get there Bryan, I am going to want to do a shared trip for sure, hopefully we can find some yellowtail. We will be at totonaka by the first week of feb. Should I bring any special tackle down?
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CraMike

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Iโ€™d suggest that you go out with Fernando Almeda. He has a charter service in the San Carlos Marina called Catch 22. Heโ€™s an excellent fisherman and you wonโ€™t be disappointed.
Cell (622) 118-2232 (might be an old number)
Email. falmada@hotmail.com
Fernando speaks excellent English and is truly a nice person.
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