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We're going to go ahead and chalk this one up as a travel day. That's pretty much what we did today. Starting last night. And it was a rough one. As soon as we got a couple hours northeast of the stones things got a bit windy and the boat started to rock. Not good sleeping weather. We got through it though. Even Chef Mike got breakfast out without too much whining this morning. Things started to smooth out a couple of hours prior to arriving to our fishing hole. Our fishing hole didn't prove to be very productive though. So we traveled up. That's something you have to do on these longer trips when you fish the Rocks or the Ridge. It's a long way down there. So we caught a few wahoo on our travel day.
Unfortunately the weather picked back up this afternoon and we've been scooping waves over the house steady since 3:00 or so. Right now I turned it down swell for dinner because we have a couple hours to kill. We're going to head back up to our tuna/wahoo honey hole from the beginning of the trip and hope for good weather. Just two days left to fish on this trip.
Had a great wahoo next year! 7-10 day trips are the place to be !
Andrew Viola called in with a mid morning update from the Pacifica out of Seaforth Landing in San Diego, CA.
We have half limits of Bluefin Tuna and a couple of nice Yellowtail and Dorado on the boat. We are stopped on a school right now and hoping to round off the count.
The Pacifica is back out tomorrow night for a 1.5 day trip fishing offshore for Tuna and Yellowtail. Departs at 9PM.
The San Diego fisnihed with 63 yellowtail and few other odds and ends. A few quick opportunities today.
Fishing reports for charleston 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.