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 Post subject: anybody fish these waters
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 1:47 am 
8) whats up gang.

any body ever fish any of the boies of water that are right along the 71 off of the 91 freeway? Those waters look pretty interesting with lots of habitat and structure, im sure there has to be some fish in there. Ive seen a couple of cars parked righ along the road and even seen a few people standing next to the water. (MUST BE FISHING, WHAT ELSE WOULD THEY BE DOING?) a buddy of mine went fishing to a small stream right by the dairy pland and said he nailed 5 crappie in the 1.5 to 2.0 lb range within 15 minutes. he said they fell for the the handy old roostertail.


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 Post subject: That's the outflow of the Prado Dam basin...
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 2:17 pm 
The Santa Ana River outflow along the Hwy 91 is an old area where the storm drains, dairy outflows, and other "stuff" ends up from the Chino/Corona basin. I only use that area to get bait (crawfishies, small crappie, bluegills, etc.) It is a frequent use area for kids, gangs, chollos, tweekers....be careful when you go.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 6:12 pm 
sandcrab,

You must be the "hardshell" variety able to fend off those chollos, tweekers, and gangbangers. I keep running into the "softshells" out there. You know the man frowns upon transportation of live bluegills and crappies.

Never fished a dairy outflow before. Is that where Bud catches all his "cows?"

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 Post subject: I know...
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 6:18 pm 
:wink:
Some of my ex-friends were "MEN" and believed that the Government could do no wrong....

Well, as an ex-Gobment inspector, when you leave... don't let the door hit you on the way out....after 24.5 years, that was one experience !!!!!

The Cal. Poly Bug Hunters were transporting "Dead" stuff such as crickets, moths, mole crickets, etc. You know "Bait".

How do you think I got good grades at "Cow Piley, Pomona" now known as Cal State University, Pomona :roll:

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 6:22 pm 
Hey hardshell,

You better draw me a picture, because now I'm really confused :shock:

Bwana, never been a "G" man.

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 Post subject: Once again...
PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 11:52 pm 
1/ Fishing dairy run-off is not smart.

2/ Government employees are just like everyone else, some smart, some think they are smart until they pass out from wiffing the fumes from the "stuff" in the Santa Ana River or in the dairy ponds. Ammonia can be toxic in the right concentration. So can methane gas. (This is not a joke).

3/ I did follow-up inspections of chemical injuries of so-called employees, public and private, who were injured enough to pay a visit to the doctor.

Is this a clear enough picture ????? :roll:

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 Post subject: Cow piss
PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 2:05 am 
I heard that cow piss in the soil can crumble a concrete foundation over time. I'm with you - I can't imagine trying to fish in the stuff. I know a two-headed snake can fetch a good price, but do you really want to see a three eyed, four anus fish with udders?

Bwana KingCrab wannabe

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 3:08 am 
the dairy doesnt actually run off into the stream. and surprisingly this part of the stream looks clean with clear water. As for the "chollos, eses, and ll those other losers, never encountered any of them. i only encounter people that you call "softshell". the same buddy that went yesterday went again today and nailed 4 crappie and two bass in 30 minutes. he said you could see the crappie come up to the surface and feed on some type of moth. and of course the bass were jumping to get them. ive been there and seen huge bass come out ot the water to feed.(also carp)


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 Post subject: Must be the cold weather...
PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2006 1:02 am 
The softshells are the only people who go there during the month of January...

Also, the carp can be found along most of the San Jacinto River along Gilman Hot Springs road. Try to go fish the "Mystic Lake" along Bridge Street ....

As far as I know, the California Highway Patrol is the only "Man" who I've seen along that stretch of road. Perhaps if you don't trespass on the posted private property which is the Hunting Club on the stretch just North of the big dip ....I used to patrol that area when I was a "crop cop" sometimes...

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