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The San Diego fisnished the day off with 158 yellowtail and 20 bonito.
Wednesday, July 10th, 2013
Hi friends. Absolutely gorgeous weather out here today; it couldn't be beat. It was flat calm, it was windless, it was sunny. We liked it. We're currently en route to the bait/Yellowtail grounds and our ride is motionless. Chef Schooler and Chef Shawn our downstairs kicking out Scallop/Shrimp Alfredo and strawberry milkshakes and root beer floats for dessert. We like that too. Anyhow, here is our day went.
The Mustache put us on one school in the mid-morning and we had a really nice go-around on some 25-40 pounders but as soon as they came, they vanished. No rhyme or reason why but they did. We had a few "filler stops" on smaller grade Bluefin and also some school-sized Yellowfin tuna as well but it wasn't enough to keep us from calling it a slow day. It wasn't for lack of effort and wasn't because of lack of fish, by the way. We saw multiple breezers of Bluefin today but they didn't react or if they did, they gave us the slip. Very frustrating to say the least. But, we managed to put a few on the boat before we began our descent to do some inshore activities.
So that is all. We'll be into the zone at 0400 hours and we'll be trying for some carnada. Wish us luck and we'll hit y'all up tomorrow. Happy Hump Day, y'all.
-The Supreme Team
As the sun was setting on our final “offshore” trip of 2020. The moon was rising over the Coronado islands. Today we scratched 60 small yellowtail off of various kelps. Tomorrow’s trip has been cancelled due to lack of reservations. All of our trips in December will be fishing the islands and will require a passport. Reservations are very important this time of year.
Today was a bit on the slower side. Until the end but I'll get to that. We woke up in hopes of getting a sea bass bite going but that was only a fairy tale. We got a few yellows is all. After, we made some grouper drifts and caught some more of those Broomtail Groupers. Something like 4 or 5 of them along with some calico bass and yellows while we drifted along. And for the rest of the day we pretty much hung out in the lee of the island and drifted here and there and caught a handful of yellowtail here and there.
Like I said, we fished the lee today. No wind for us. It was lovely. We had plans for dinner at 7:30, so at 7:00 i hopped in the shower to get cleaned up because I was serving, and while I was in there, I heard some cheering, and then again some hooting and hollering hen I was getting out. It turns out the first round of cheers came because of a nice sea bass they brought in. The second was for a yellowfin tuna that was landed. I went down and got the tables set and while I was doing this they kept catching yellowtail, tuna and seabass. After we made first call we had a whopping 1 person come in to eat. Team galley understood though. We knew that there may possibly be no fishing time for the next day due to bad weather running up the line. So we kept catching fish and one by one, passengers would come in and scarf down some dinner, which was a lovely meatloaf that was fantastic, and then go back out and catch some more fish.
This lasted until after 9:00 and then we took off. We ended the stop with 30 yellowtail, 5 white seabass up to about 40 pounds, and something like 6 or 7 on the tunas. We prepared the deck for a rough ride home, and set sail toward the beach to try and improve our conditions. The swells always less on the coast rather than offshore. I doubt we'll have any time to fish tomorrow. Travel day.
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