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Come fishing on our Seeker 1.5 day trip leaving tomorrow!
Some of the most incredible surface action I have seen!
We have been landing some quality Bluefin Tuna. However they have been making us work for them.
Brief windows of opportunity’s throughout the day are keeping everyone on their toes. Overall a tough day.
Hopefully they want to bite better soon!
38 Yellowfin, 117 Yellowtail, 4 Dorado and 18 Skipjack. A fine November day.
Wednesday, April 10th, 2013
Hello. Our first, full travel day was somewhat uneventful by normal standards but by our standards, it was a riot. We worked out, ate breakfast, fiddled about various boat/rigging projects, held a couple of seminars, rigged more tackle, and then, we ate lunch, napped, ate some more, rigged more tackle, and enjoyed dinner and a movie. That was pretty much our day in a nutshell.
Highlights of the day for me: 1. Mark trolled all morning for not even a sniff of a jig strike and then I relieved him of his duties so that he could eat lunch. I took my shirt off, sat in the chair for what I'm guessing was thirteen minutes and then, bam! Jig strike! How you like me now, Clark? Granted, it was about a an 8 lb. Yellowtail but the rest of his buddies were pretty hungry and we broke up the ride by pulling on some of his companions -- so that was fun. 2. Putting a bunch of dead bait and other nonsense into a food processor to feed to our bait. It's most likely the happiest bait on the planet right now as they were fattened up all day. I'm serious, they're getting the "bluefin tuna in the pens" treatment. They are happy. 3. The movie "Flight". I only was able to catch the first half of what I first thought was "Requiem For A Dream Part II" but then the airplane stuff started. I'm sorry if this statement is insensitive but Denzel Washington can sure make a cocaine-using, alcoholic, cigarette-smoker look so good in a movie. Great actor. Can't wait to see how the rest of the film plays out.
Anyhow, not too much to report today other than my usual idiotic banter. Oh yeah, before I forget. After twelve years in this business, I finally got to examine and learn about a new species of fish I've never heard about nor seen: a "Mid-Shipman (?)" I believe is what it is called. Of all the places to examine and identify this new creature, it was dead on the fuel dock. That's the advantage of having a stud biologist on the boat. Thanks, Scootch. Basically, this thing looks like a Catfish without whiskers and that's what we were calling it until Uncle Scootch swooped in and set us straight.
So that's all. Tomorrow, we'll be driving by Rocas Alijos and we'll give it a try for some Yellowtail for tacos and roe to feed the bait. We'll make our intended destination around lunch time and then we'll be headed back on our merry way. Thanks for checking in.
-The Supreme Team
Strictly a couple of travel days for us on these dates. That's three in a row now. 1 1/2 days of that in good weather and the other 1 1/2 days in choppy weather. The boats cleaned inside and out now. The rails have been oiled. Now we wait and do things like we do on these days. You should know the travel day drill by now.
So anyway, we're fat, happy and lazy but we need to snap out of it now because tomorrow we're going to do some fishing. We'll be looking for a dorado kelp tomorrow. We should only need one dorado kelp to get what we need so hopefully we can get it done. We'll find out shortly. the weather should be nice tomorrow which will make the kelp easier to find.
16 yellowtail 150 calico bass 36 barracuda 65 whitefish 32 sheepshead. Very fun mixed bag fishing in shallow water.
Fishing reports for brunswick heads are updated each week, usually by Thursday morning. The reports are compiled by an outside contractor who receives the information from bait shops, marinas and fishing guides.