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Offline HG

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howzit from the Bay Area
« on: February 22, 2016, 07:23:13 PM »
howzit everyone,

HG here. I moved up the Bay Area last year to further pursue a startup I founded (https://www.paubox.com). Took awhile to get settled in. Think I went holoholo 6 times in 2015.

Anyhow, went out crabbing off the kayak yesterday at Half Moon Bay, which is about 25 min south of SF. Jason Tanagon (originally from HI) showed me the ropes. Got lucky. Choke regulations up here, pretty confusing.

Here's a pic. Max limit is 10 dungeness crabs per person a day.

Hope everyone is doing well.

PS- 3 things I get asked all the time:

1) Have you seen Pacific Warriors?
2) Have you seen that video where a guy gets his tuna attacked by a shark?
3) Why did you move from Hawaii? I thought it's the other way around??

Aloha from the Bay Area,
HG
« Last Edit: February 22, 2016, 07:27:49 PM by HG »

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Re: howzit from the Bay Area
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2016, 08:36:46 PM »
How do you handle those things in the kayak.  I would be scared i would lose my balls.  Got to check size and sex before storing.   Ocean dungeness taste a lot better than river ones.  No more the mud taste. 

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Re: howzit from the Bay Area
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2016, 09:16:04 PM »
How do you handle those things in the kayak.  I would be scared i would lose my balls.  Got to check size and sex before storing.   Ocean dungeness taste a lot better than river ones.  No more the mud taste. 

Yep there's quite a bit going on when you get the trap on deck. Choke regulations up here, I measured each one before keeping.

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Re: howzit from the Bay Area
« Reply #3 on: February 27, 2016, 08:23:27 AM »
Nice work HG!

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Re: howzit from the Bay Area
« Reply #4 on: February 28, 2016, 08:56:48 AM »
Awesome job bro. Enjoy!!!

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Re: howzit from the Bay Area
« Reply #5 on: April 08, 2016, 09:45:13 PM »
Aloha Ho'ala,  How I wen miss dis post I don't know but ho'omaika'i on your nice dungeoness catch.  Da buggahz look ono.  My sis lives in Felton about halfway between San Jose and Santa Cruz, and on rare chance I get enough kala for fly over I go to the Santa Cruz pier and fish for whatevahz and grab lunch at Stagnaro's on the pier either the clam chowder in the hollow bread or bettah yet dungeoness crab.  Last time I was there crab was $3.99 a pound live.  My favorite drive is Highway 1 between Santa Cruz and Halfmoon Bay.  I was thinking trying crab snares off Halfmoon Bay pier but never enough time.  Best wishes on your new life in Cali.

Aloha a hui hou, Ahnko
I ike lakou, o oe, ka mea wale no nona ka inoa, o Iehova; O oe no ka Mea kiekie loa maluna o ka honua a pau. HALELU 83:18

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Re: howzit from the Bay Area
« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2016, 03:52:53 PM »
Try check out Doran beach in bodega bay. Go off the jetty. You can also camp there. Easy drive too. More action with using a fishing pole and snare traps. Hit me up if you need anymore info.

 

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