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Good afternoon Sports fans from the bridge of the Polaris Supreme. So this will be our last travel day report. Starting tomorrow, it'll be test time for the OTR crew, time to let them apply what they've learned in all of our seminars. This morning after breakfast, we gave our final seminar. Tuned the guys up on stand-up fishing, both harness style and using the rail. We also talked about various different styles of kite rigs. There isn't much more we can say, now it's time for hands on and see who payed attention in class. The rest of the day is just going to be spent fine tuning all of the gear, tightening up any loose ends and getting a good night sleep because tomorrow is game time! Check back in tomorrow for our first days fishing report. Til then, tight lines and tails up!
Jed and the crew
It was raining wahoo around the Polaris Supreme today. It wasn't raining wahoo on the Polaris Supreme, just around it. We scratched out a good day though. I told myself if we caught 40 wahoo today, it would be worth the run down here. We caught 46. It felt like we should of had 200, and with all the fish we lost today, that might not be an exaggeration. We're just 5 shy of 100 for the trip. If you add up all the halves and heads we wound in today, we might have a hundred. The sharks were really bad out here today. You wouldn't have wanted to go for a swim. I say it was raining wahoo today because they were flying out of the water most everywhere you looked chasing flying fish and such. It was an awesome sight to see. I have never seen anything like it in my 15 years of long ranging.
We've really put together a very nice trip so far. I wouldn't mind a little more tuna and some yellowtail. We've left the stones and we're now headed up for the remainder of the trip. We're going to check out the baja coast tomorrow in search of all the species and get in position for the rest of the trip as well.
It has been some real hit or miss fishing going on out here. The grade of the Yellowfin and Bluefin has been great. 14-25 lb Yellowfin and 30-40 lb Bluefin. It’s just a matter of getting that drift with 1 to 2 fish going the whole time.
We are managing to scrape up some Tuna here. Still looking for the big drift!
Hopefully here soon,
Fishing reports for cheakamus 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.