I didn’t change any of the fish from last year, but I did compile my thoughts on what it meant to be Extra Salty.  As I mentioned in that post, the goal for the year is still to get all 10 fish.  Extra Salty (in parentheses) just represents reaching a little higher 🙂

Here’s how we stand for the year so far…

The Count: 10 of 10, 1 Extra Salty (updated Aug 30, 2013)

10) Sculpin (4lbs+)

Feb 9 on the Spitfire

Feb 9 on the Spitfire

9) Rockfish (6lbs+)

Nice baja red

Nice baja red, Feb 24 on the San Diego

8) Sheephead (18lbs+)

Toronado at Clemente Island

Toronado at Clemente Island

7) Barracuda (4 ft. stovepipe, aka log cuda on surface iron)

1st cuda of 2013

1st cuda of 2013

6) Saltwater Bass (5lb+ calico on swimbait or surface iron in the Point Loma kelp)

Leadhead and squid sandies to start the year

New Del Mar twilight Jan 5th

5) Lingcod (a hitchhiker or 20lbs+)

Double limit June 27 on Seabiscuit

Double limit June 27 on Seabiscuit

4) Halibut (40 lbs+)

Jan 19th on the Native Sun

Jan 19th on the Native Sun

3) White Seabass (a slob)

Relief!

June 5th on the Aloha Spirit

2) Tuna (50lbs+ at 2 day range)

Eclipse overnight, Aug 2

Eclipse overnight, Aug 2

1) Yellowtail (30lbs+ on surface iron)

1st yellow on the plug...Extra Salty!

1st yellow on the plug…Extra Salty!