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Our partnership with the best live bait boats in the world allowed us to catch 126 yellowfin from 15-25 lbs and 13 bluefin from 30-50 lbs. a 20 lb rod with a #2 hook, a 30 lb rod with a #1 or #2 hook and a 40 lb rod with a #1 hook is all you need. Please be sure to have at least 150 feet of mono on top of your braid. Shock absorption is very important when fighting a fish on a small hook. Fish the heaviest line the fish are willing to bite.
6 yellowtail 118 calico bass 36 barracuda 22 whitefish. Lots of bites for anglers of all skill levels.
Found what we were looking for, away from any other boats. Ended up with 4 Bluefin, #135 and the others all at #70 or so. Heck of a day!
Tuesday, June 19th, 2012
Hello friends. Another day here on the Yellowtail grounds and we had yet again, another fine morning fishing. It wasn't the hottest of bites, but it was a nice pick at some 12-20 lb. Yellowtail for our morning efforts. When the bite had shut down, we made a move and dodged the wind that was chasing us down like a we had taken Mother Nature's purse and made it into some calmer water to try our luck with some exotics. We hooked a few and landed a couple and when all was said and done, a couple of Broomtail Groupers and a nice Halibut laid victim to our offerings and are currently en route back to San Diego for a date with the dinner table. We enjoyed ourselves a fine meal in the calm waters of one of our favorite hangouts and once the last ice cream sundae was served, we had to make turns back for San Diego.
With that said, the boats that have been motoring up the line have been making terrible speed up the line, so we're just going to take a nice, easy course up the line and see what happens with our speed. If we make good speed, we'll do a little fishing. If not, we'll bundle everything up and get this ship back in to shape while the passengers watch movies, read books, nap and eat. We're shooting for an ETA back to the dock at around 0800 hours. Thanks for checking in.
-Richie & Team Supreme
Today went well I thought. Starting with our ride up last night. As good as it gets. Flat calm. The only swell was a long swell that would slowly, gently rock the boat. We slept like babies. In fact, I think I woke up with my thumb in my mouth. I let everyone sleep in if they chose to. We didn't start fishing until just before 9:00 in the morning.
We were pleasantly surprised with the fishing. It was good. We tried for some more yellows, for us, and to check out the grounds for future trips as well and they bit well. We kept 2-4 going the whole time until we drove away from them. "We left them biting". Our favorite thing to say out here. After that we ran up and made a few drifts for some Cod. We had the time and I had a few requests so we caught a few rockfish.
Now we're headed home. The crew's scrubbing the boat, I'm writing this, I think there may be a poker game going on, and we're just hanging out and enjoying ourselves and the beautiful ride up. The wind and swell are on our stern. That storm out there is blessing us with a lovely ride home. Its like we're riding down but we're going up. Timing is everything. Sometimes it all comes together and this trip was one of them.
So we'll be home bright and early tomorrow and of course we'll be headed back out a few hours later.
Fishing reports for saltwater 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.