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the fiberglass on the boat — sport boat captains will appreciate the thought.


ADDED BONUS


So Cal rock fishing can be very pro- ductive — find the right school and your crew will be loaded up quickly with tasty filets. As an added bonus, last season showed that schools of large yellowtail can also find plenty of forage on the traditional rock fish grounds, so bring a heavy “yo-yo” out- fit with 40- or 50-pound line and be prepared to work a Salas or Tady heavy over the same deep structure to connect with a deep-water yellowtail. A cooler full of tasty rock fish and a couple of big yellowtail is a great way to spend a winter weekend, SoCal style.


Bob Hoose has been part of the Southern California deep-sea fishing scene for the bet- ter part of three decades. He grew up in Orange County, and early in his fishing days worked for Newport Bait Co. He then worked as a deckhand on various local char- ter boats, eventually making his way to Cabo San Lucas as a deckhand and fine- tuning his craft. He is passionate about teaching anglers how to fish and use best techniques for each fishery.


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