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The bluefin fishing has stayed consistent. Everyday we get a few legitimate chances to catch this beautiful grade of fish. Along with the bluefin tuna we have been seeing good sign of yellowfin tuna as well. We have yet to get them to bite but it’s any day now they could get with !
4 bluefin(3 over 100lbs) 15 yellowtail. A few good shots at very large bluefin. The opportunity to catch a fish over 100lbs on a day trip is truly amazing. Don’t miss out.
Sept. 9, 2012
Polaris Supreme Mid Day Report
Wow what a morning. Crazy El Nino Generated Weather. Thunder Storms, Lightning Strikes next to the boat, Rain, Rain, Rain. There I said it El Nino! I don't know what everybody was waiting for. We have been driving around in 72 degree water for a month now its a steady 74 and pushing 80 east of Guadalupe Island. It's September 9th and we are catching yellowfin and bluefin 70 to 160 miles from San Diego with no signs of it slowing. Today, we have caught only rat Yellows so far but have high hopes for this afternoon.
Tommy And Crew.
Weather kept us new shore today, so we targeted Vermillion Rockfish. Worked out just fine.!
Well today went as expected. We woke up on the anchor after a lovely nights sleep and shortly after daylight we started scratching tuna. It didn't take long to meet our quota. Some already had it and were dropper looping for yellows and getting a few. Anyways a little after 7 we pulled anchor and trolled around for wahoo. One more than half the boat caught a wahoo by lunch time and we took off for Alijos Rocks. We traveled the rest of the day while we looked for something floating with dorado under it but we never found anything as expected.
So like I said, we'll be at the stones in the morning. We're going to try for some more wahoo before starting north to finish off our trip. You never really can have enough wahoo. There is 2 or 3 passengers left on board who have not caught a wahoo so we're going to make sure they get one before anyone else tomorrow. We call it the troll of shame and Glenn, if you're reading at home, I always think of you when we do this.
Fishing reports for corinella 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.