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went to IRI for 5 hours on saturday from 7am to 12pm.

the day started out calm with few boats driving by.

By 10am, boats were in full swing. I've lost count to how many boats were going in and out.

I bet turbulence from the boats stressed out most of the fish. It was scrazy... I'll just stick to bass fishing this year i guess.
 

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Domino what side of the inlet were you on? We tried to find a place to surf fish on the north beach but it was packed. Fished on the rail until about 6 then moved to the beach. Very very slow day
 

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south side of the bridge. All the small parking lots next to the shore was jam packed with cars when i was leaving. It was my first outing of the year and I wasn't expecting that many people. I see why virus is going through the roof now. i'll just stick with small ponds around my house...
 

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IRI is tide dependent.
Fish the midnight to early AM tides.
Incoming in the summer brings in cool, clean, ocean water, with lots of oxygen.
 
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