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2012-02-29 20:35:59
by: joseph6269 (+2)
hey how many stripper can be kept per day from the salinas river? someone told me two and some say zero which is it?

2005-02-03 21:03:32
by: jim (+304)
Thanks Stomp for the GREAT Slinas River tips.

2005-02-03 18:58:26
by: Stomp (+6)
Heres Some More Places To Fish In Monterey County:

-Abbot Lake, In Arroyo Seco. Bass, Bluegill, Catfish
-Fort Hunter Liggett, A lot of nice fishing ponds. Bass Bluegill, Catfish, Sunfish, and Trout.
-Lake San Antonio. Largemouth, Smallmouth, and Striper Bass, Catfish, Bluegill, Sunnfish, Carp, and huge Gold Fish.

2005-02-03 18:39:13
by: Stomp (+6)
Sacramento Pike Minnow (Squawfish) is just about the only thing you'll catch on a Fishing Pole, for the majority of the Salinas River. Usually hidding under bridges, or deep banks under brush. If you have a net you can net some mosquito fish, bullfrog tadpoles, or catch crayfish. Usually in the shallows. Open Fishing Season in the salinas river, with BARBLESS HOOKS and 0 Bag Limit only from Dec. 1 through Mar. 7, but only on Sat, Sun, Wed, Legal Holidays, and Opening and Closing Days. Trout, Steelhead, Sunfish and other game fish are also found in the Salinas River.