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post #1 of 21 Old 04-30-2014, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
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San Diego River Bass Fishing

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Just wanted to see if anyone living near San Diego has tried fishing the river for largemouth?? If you have, is there a good spot you are willing to share?


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I don't know of anyone off hand but you should post in the San Diego section.

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I don't know of anyone off hand but you should post in the San Diego section.

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I thought this is the Sd section
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the thread was moved here after that. Still no fisherman though.

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Stay out of the river under the I-805 bridge. May not be safe.
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From 805 west it's not all too safe...or clean. Better off ocean fishing for bass. I can rattle off a few decent spots in the bay if you're interested

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Yea definetly interested, i always like trying new spots. Not safe as in what?

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Yea definetly interested, i always like trying new spots. Not safe as in what?
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The only largemouth your gonna get around the SD river is a prostitute.
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the only largemouth your gonna get around the sd river is a prostitute.
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Howdy,

Just wanted to see if anyone living near San Diego has tried fishing the river for largemouth?? If you have, is there a good spot you are willing to share?
There are spots that are pretty decent but most are east of the 15. If you poach near Admiral Bakers Field its pretty good. They have more patience with the fisherman than the transients

If you check out the lake at the end of Mission Trails it's pretty decent too. If you use a kayak or float tube be sure to wash everything off really well when you get home. Also, wear waders if you're floating. There are some hard chemicals in that river!!!

Use Google Earth to scout any spots that you might want to check out. That's normally what I do when I'm fishing new water.

BTW, I grew up fishing the SD River valley from Santee to the sea when I was a kid in the '70's and '80's. It sure has changed for the worse

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There are spots that are pretty decent but most are east of the 15. If you poach near Admiral Bakers Field its pretty good. They have more patience with the fisherman than the transients If you check out the lake at the end of Mission Trails it's pretty decent too. If you use a kayak or float tube be sure to wash everything off really well when you get home. Also, wear waders if you're floating. There are some hard chemicals in that river!!! Use Google Earth to scout any spots that you might want to check out. That's normally what I do when I'm fishing new water. BTW, I grew up fishing the SD River valley from Santee to the sea when I was a kid in the '70's and '80's. It sure has changed for the worse
You can say that again!! We used to fish right under the Friars Rd bridge and do well. Or any if the small ponds in Santee. You know, where the Home Depot is now....(

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now you just fish for immigrant labor and bolts that you'll never find (especially there)
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