I don't know of anyone that is using any underwater light for burbot fishing, just the glow jigs. The burbot or ling can be found on any rocky point that drops off into deeper water. You can also find them along rocky shore lines but the points are where I have done the best. 10 to 15 ft of water has been the best for me. WH2
my apologies to wiperhunter and dubob for what they had to do to add my name to lists and that i will be unable to be able to take all the pictures i promised.
Have you read my Blog? I hear it's getting better!
The topo. and sat. maps I am looking at dont show the composition of the ground. Also with (what I am guessing) an abundance of snow, the landscape may be very difficult to read. I have never been to Flaming Gorge so is Buckboard mostly rock? Are the shorelines rock lined around the marina? Is there a better area, ie. north, south, east or west. I am willing to do my own scouting but a basic make up of the landscape would be very helpful.
Thanx in advance,
sorry but the sign up for the drawing portion of the Bash was over last Friday. You are still welcome to attend the Bash and learn how to catch, fillet and cook Burbot. Plus the Chamber of Commerce is giving items away at the drawing they are having. WH2
bucket and coolers will be on porch if i am not here
i volunteer at Crossroads Urban Center, a SLC food bank.
if there are fish in excess of my family's needs dropped off here, they will be donated to the food bank for distribution to families that will appreciate and use the fresh fish.
today i am running errands, and tomorrow i will be in and out.
there are coolers on the porch to place surplus fish in. i have at least 8 more large coolers if needed.
please feel free to drop off any fish in excess of your wants or needs. they will not be wasted.