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The wrecks will usually have a handfull of big seabass left. Lots of ling. Cod depending on which area you fish. Some of the deeper wrecks will have nice pollock on them.

It's usually not a bang up job, but you can put a nice catch together if you hit a couple good pieces.
 

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Went last year 4/25, i think, after receiving a tip that they were still there in good numbers. Went there and did very well, limit with 2 legitimate 6lb fish. Went back 8 days later and knew we were in trouble because the color machine looked completely. Caught ZERO seabass. I think they really have a tendency to up and leave all at once and together
 

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I've heard the same,but it is still good structure,just wondering what if anything is down there.Gonna have to give it a shot while out that way this season.
What if you dropped a chum pot then started to fish that area. It's got to hold something. The reel question is what?
 

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What if you dropped a chum pot then started to fish that area. It's got to hold something. The reel question is what?
Probably ling, pout, conger eels, bergalls, blueline tiles, etc. I don't doubt that there could be some unusual fish down there during the summer though. If the tuna and dolphin fishing is slow and you want to bottom fish, your best bet is to jig over a high profile wreck. Anything over 180' in the summer should hold pollock.
 

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Probably ling, pout, conger eels, bergalls, blueline tiles, etc. I don't doubt that there could be some unusual fish down there during the summer though. If the tuna and dolphin fishing is slow and you want to bottom fish, your best bet is to jig over a high profile wreck. Anything over 180' in the summer should hold pollock.
Agreed there are a few not too far from there that are better bets.
 
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