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Well the plan worked. We stayed tucked behind Cedros Island till 1:30 this morning. That gave things above time to settle down. The wind backed off at 10:00 last night and it was a surprisingly nice ride up this morning. It was a little herky jerky but much better than we thought it would be. We went full cruise and barely got the windows wet. Due to the nice ride, we had some time to fish this morning and we found some action. We hit up this little pinnacle and it had some 14-18 pound yellows hanging out. We made a few drifts and an anchor job and managed to scratch up more then 2 per rod. We all needed a little action. We'll be a little late getting in tomorrow but it's worth it. We deserved some action after being stuck in the lee yesterday due to the weather.
And that's it. That's the trip and that's the 2015 season for us. It's time to hang with the family and be a dad and a husband. Time for the rest of the crew to do what they do. Until February that is. Then we leave on a long one. It's also time for me to thank all our customers. Thanks for the year, and thanks for the years. It's always fun and it's always different. This year will have a special place in the old memory bank just like all the other years and it's because of most of you reading these posts. And I just want you to know, that we all appreciate what you do for us, and mostly it's as easy as coming out fishing with us. THANK YOU!!!!!!
Saturday Aug. 4th, 2012
Hello from the bridge of the fabulous Polaris Supreme.
Fishing for Saturday was another mixed bag out here on the offshore tuna grounds.
Like yesterday, it started out slow, but by mid day we had found our stride and started connecting with those beautiful 35-45 lb yellowfin tuna. We scratched at them all afternoon and by the end of the day, we had put another fantastic day together. We also came upon a nice school of Blufin to cap things off.
The rack of lamb dinned with all the trimmings was a great way to end things. Chef Schooler has been fatting us up nicely.
Weather is still good and knowing the potential for Sunday, well were pretty pumped up!
Check back tomorrow for a detailed recap.
Todays report was compiled by Charter Head Tom Chaparro.
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.
Today we covered over yesterday’s hot zone and beyond to only locate one school. Ended the with 2 yellowtail, a round of bonito and plenty of bottom fish. Hopeful the yellowtail are ready to eat tomorrow after today’s hiatus.
Fishing reports for bradenton beach 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.