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|🗺️ Location||SIOUX NARROWS|
|⏰ Fast Updates||Every day|
|🐟 Species||All Species|
|🗓️ Next Update||Tomorrow|
You also can get helpful information from the Fishing Forecast.
This morning we had a good drift. We drifted along for a few hours catching mostly 40-70 pounders sometimes with as much as 5 going at a time. Unfortunately at around 9:30 am it stopped biting. We tried to be patient but it was done. After that it was a very slow day for the whole fleet. Most of the fish went down and the schools we found the rest of the day didn't want to play. A little before dark they got back in the mode and we had a nice stop on which started off 12-18 pounders and then turned into 30-40 pounders. That's it for this trip. We're headed back to the dock and are scheduled for a 6:00 eta. The big guy Tommy Rothery is taking the boat out for a 6 day trip and Richie will be coming back out too so the reports should get more entertaining. I'll be going home to hang with my lovely wife and needy dog. Take care all.
So we did it again. We had a nice day. Arrive/depart day. Once again, we got out here at a good time and connected on a couple of schools. We ended our day with 81 tuna. And they're still that good grade. 25 pound average. So nice. Free ones. Departure fish. I told everyone to bring there horse shoes and rabbits feet. I think they did.
The bait thing went better than expected. It wasn't Armageddon like I thought it may be. We used 1/2 the bait I thought would croak and the rest hasn't had any die off yet. Now we just need our main slammer of bait to hang in there. The only thing is we didn't get a full load of bait so we may need to catch some down the line. At least I hope that's the only thing. Time will tell Joe. Time will tell.
We're going to drift here tonight. It literally feels like we're anchored in the bay right now. It's so nice. We'll start here in the morning and try to do it again. Let's keep the ball rolling.
Fishing reports for sioux narrows 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.