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Dawn Knots



Joined: 14 Mar 2007
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Location: SacJuaquin Delta, CA, USA

PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2007 2:49 pm    Post subject: Fishing The Lower Longitude's Reply with quote

Hi,
My name is Greg Griffis, but I go by Dawn Knots when posting on boards. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and advice. I hope I'm able to adequatley relate the information you want to learn when reading a post or that you get a laugh from reading about Barney Fife's latest Mayberry Moment.
I live in the SacJaquin Delta area of CA in a little town called Walnut Grove. If you're interested, search Google Earth for area code 95690. My rig is a 2003 Seaswirl Striper 1851 w/ a FS115 Yammy power plant. I have the priveledge of living in an area famous for fishing. The best Striper hole for a hundred miles is a 5 minute run from my ramp and when the salmon are running, there'll be 30-40 boats a day doing the "lap dance" on a 1/4 mile strecth of the Sacramento River directly in front of my property. It suck's, I know, but somebody has to live here.
I will be posting salt water reports, from myself and others, on the snap from San Diego to the Oregon border. I mainly fish for salmon and rock E's, but this year I'm going after "The Pelagics". I'll try to be prompt in my reporting, but at times may not be able to for 24-48 hours. I may be late, but I always show up.
My salt water home port is Santa Cruz, CA (about 70 miles south of San Francisco), and my fresh wtr port is New Hope Landing, CA, approximately 23 miles S. of Sacramento. Both have provided me access to 30 years of incredible fishing and memories of adventure. I hope all of you have as good a time fishing as I do and that we can share a deck sometime.


Again, thank you for your gracious hospitality and I'll sea you at my 6:00!

Calm Seas, Sunny Skies, & Tight Lines

Dawn Knots
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 11:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey Dawn, that's quite a location you have. Good choice. I visit this forum often and I'm looking froward to seeing your fishing reports. Thanks!
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