The crew was eager, and we decided to try Prescott Beach, near the site of the old Trojan Nuclear Plant. Our first time fishing here.
There were dozens of other people already there, but we found a nice open spot on the beach between the crowds.
We also tried a previous trick - Tuna Balls - with our Spin-n-glos.
Pretty simple... tuna-in-oil stuffed into mesh bags.
Easy to make, and pretty cheap, too. The tuna is only about $0.82 per can, compared to $6 prawns... we used prawns and shrimp, too.
Alot of folks standing around with hands-in-pockets.
Word was that the day before was "red-hot". The tide just started to run when we got there.
"Shoulda been here yesterday." We've heard that one before.
We had 2 good 'take-downs', that rang the bell but nothing stuck to the hook.
There were only 3 other take-downs the whole morning.
One guy lost a fish near us...
How he got it to the bank without a tangle is pretty impressive.
It was nice to fish for a couple hours, and nice to try a new spot.
We decided if it would have been sunny, the fishing would have been better. Oh well - on to other things.