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September 28, 2023 squamish river Fishing Report
Ryan Bostian called in to give his report for fishing at the Coronado Islands. He reported that the Islands have seen a huge invasion of Squid over the last 11/12 days. The squid in turn have attracted a number of fish. Including 25 to 45 lb. Yellowtail & 25 to 65 lb. White Seabass. They are also seeing a lot of Sand Bass & Barracuda. Just a lot of fish. Ryan's best quote was "Go fishing, because you just might catch the biggest fish of your life." That says it all.
If want more information or want to make a reservation call Seaforth Sportfishing at 619-224-3383. Ryan has trips every day leaving at 5:30 AM & returning around 5:30 in the evening.
September 27, 2023 squamish river Fishing Report
We had a nice afternoon hooking fish landing was okay lot of tackle failures and losses to the sharks! But we still managed to put a nice afternoon together. It’s absolutely a beautiful grade of fish! Most of the anglers hooked for five of these fish! We have great weather and are going to do this again tomorrow! Polaris supreme crew.
September 26, 2023 squamish river Fishing Report
LIMITS OF YELLOWS!!!!
APOLLO went out on a super light load of 10 Anglers. They got 50 Yellows & 3 Dorado. Call in right now for your reservation at Fisherman's Landing @ (619)221-8500
September 25, 2023 squamish river Fishing Report
13 bluefin(20-80lbs) 3 yellowfin. Locating a school that wanted to stick around the boat was challenging but we managed to scratch a few.]
September 24, 2023 squamish river Fishing Report
Polaris Supreme returned to Fisherman's landing June 4 after her first three-day trip of the new season, with 24 anglers aboard. Yellowtail were plentiful and many were released. Some bluefin tuna of up to nearly 33 pounds were also caught. Owner-skipper Tommy Rothery reported pleasant sea conditions and nice weather.
"We were way down there,below where everybody else is fishing," said Tommy. "It was a little rolly at mid-day. I don't know why."
Rick Yokley of San Diego won first place for a 32.4-pound bluefin.
"He took me around the boat three times," commented Rick. He said he fished a sardine on a 2/0 ringed Super Mutu hook, with 30-pound fluorocarbon leader and 65-pound Spectra backing on an Avet MXL 6/4 reel.
John Brown of El Cajon was second, for a 32.2-pound bluefin, and Paul Cheak of Benecia won third place for a 31.4-pound bluefin tuna.
September 23, 2023 squamish river Fishing Report
The weather was pretty rough last night and is still pretty choppy today. It does not look like we will have time to fish today.
Yesterday fishing was so good, we were able to enjoy the fruits of our labors with some freshly filleted yellowtail for today's lunch.
20- 30 lb fresh yellowtail for lunch, doesn't get much better than that!
We will be in San Diego tomorrow bright and early tomorrow morning.
Will report again then,
September 22, 2023 squamish river Fishing Report
Capt Ryan Bostian checked in from the San Diego with a trip wrap up for their 41 anglers to report that they caught 135 Yellowtail at the Coronado Islands. They were biting on the flylined sardines and the surface jigs, we also a few on the yoyo jigs, pretty good fishing today. We will be back at it again tomorrow, get down here and get in on this hot action.
September 21, 2023 squamish river Fishing Report
Our private charter had to display some good old fashioned patience today. In a typical 3/4 day trip we can expect to make about 3-5 moves thru ought the day looking for fish. Today however, we did not find what we were looking for until our 9th stop of the day. The rapidly changing conditions coupled with the short windows of biting fish have been driving yours truly crazy the past couple of days. Today's photo will show you why we have been putting ourselves thru such mental anguish. Today's final count for our 31 passengers is 11 yellowtail 20 calico bass 16 barracuda 7 rockfish. Our yellowtail today weighed 20-35 pounds and were biting the fly lined sardines the best.
Weekly Fishing Reports
Fishing reports for squamish river 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.