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Tuesday, August 28th, 2012
Hi friends. Well, our move paid off to go kelping out in right field. We hit a few kelps throughout the day and after weeding through the shaker yellowtail, we were rewarded with some quality yellowtail and dorado currently chilling in the RSW. The gang had themselves a real ball and we're hoping with the good weather forecasted, we'll be able to get on a few schools of tuna tomorrow and finish up the Joe Beck/Bob Vance trip with a bang. We're traveling up the line to hopefully drift up some squid later on tonight. Wish us luck and we'll chat with you tomorrow.
-The Supreme Team
Captain Mike Pritchard checked in tonight with an update from the Tribute out of Seaforth Sportfishing in Mission Bay, CA. Sorry for the late report tonight. We found a school of Bluefin on the way home and let them have it! We ended our day with 9 Bluefin and 18 kelp grade yellowtail.
We go again tonight! Come on out and get some
Hello all and welcome back. Or welcome me back or... you know what I mean. I'm back. 5 days off and I'm back on the water and reporting to you. I met the boat at the dock at 6:30 in the morning and was pleased to see the stern deck loaded up with tuna. A good catch they had. Well we off loaded everything and everyone, went and changed oil and put enough fuel on board to last us a while and left on our Bogart construction 2 day charter. We got a good enough jump to fish a few hours before dark in the latest hot tuna zone but hot it was not. The fishing there in the morning was good but it took a dump late morning and on. We wound up catching 3 tuna before dark. Obviously we're hoping for a good morning tomorrow and we're also hoping the bite stays on for longer then it did today.
There were many schools around and it took a lot of work but we got them to play! There are Yellowfin Tuna schools and Kelp patty Yellowtail in the area as well.
We were able to get a great evening hit on the 60-100lb Bluefin.
Shown here are father and son teams Captain Alec with his father Joe and Isaac with his father Isaac Sr. with Both duos were able to land a large Bluefin.
14 Bluefin Tuna 60-100lbs
5 Yellowfin Tuna
Fishing reports for noosa 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.