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Friday, July 5th, 2013
Hi friends. Well, the morning bait/Yellowtail bite didn't quite pan out this morning so we decided to get our butts offshore and try to connect with some open water species. We managed to find a bunch of kelps and we had some action on some Yellowtails that way but we never located a school of Bluefin that wanted to bite. We did see a few schools of BFT as did the other boats in the area but they were reluctant to bite for any of us. Hopefully, tomorrow is a new day and these things will get with the program.
We'll be giving this a half a day or so tomorrow to see if we can't do some damage on the BFT tomorrow before we have to book it for home. Our weather was absolutely flat calm all day with a heavy overcast but the sea and wind conditions were stellar. We've got a little rain washing the boat as of right now (23:42 hours) and a few brave souls are downstairs trying for some squid. I'd better go see what they're up to.
Thanks for checking in. Wish us lots of luck and we'll report back to you tomorrow. Hopefully, we can pull this thing out in the bottom of the ninth. Take care.
-The Supreme Team
2 stops for 205 yellowfin tuna and 75 skipjack. Amazing local tuna fishing continues !
We had a bumpy ride last night. It was windy. So we didn't make the best of speed which translates to not having a whole lot of time to fish our last day when we were coming from so far away. We found our edge pretty quick after daylight and we were getting a few strikes on small tuna but like I said, we didn't have a lot of time to fish it. We were able to follow it up the line for a couple of hours getting the occasional strike before we had to call it a day and call it a trip.
The weather has been getting progressively nicer throughout the day and now we have a pretty darn good ride. Everyone is doing what you do on travel days. We had a nice fish taco lunch and last time I was in the galley the passengers were taking it way back and were watching the 90's classic "Deep Color" movie staring Tommy Rothery and the Polaris Supreme.
We'll be in bright and early tomorrow and we're going to be turning back around on another 5 day trip. Tommy will be going home and I'll be taking her out. Gunny is hanging in there strong like the Marine he is and we're hoping he'll be back within a month.
The morning started off right with steady tuna and yellowtail fishing shortly after daylight. We remained until 10 am when we pulled it and tried to finish off with some more wahoo. We had a few stops for a dozen skin and are now headed home. We have had a great trip with an outstanding group of anglers, excellent weather and delicious food. We will be traveling the rest of today and tomorrow and arrive at the dock on Sunday. You can call the office on Saturday night for our ETA. 619-390-7890 Thanks for checking in.
We got in there and got things done pretty fast this morning. We docked at 6:30 and were off loaded and on our way to the fuel dock after an hour. We handled fuel and an oil change and had passengers on the boat by 10:00. So we got a good jump which allowed us extra time and the bait receivers to search through our options to ensure we had the best bait available. We took what we call firecracker sardine. A mix of mostly 4-6 inch sardine. It didn't look so hot going in but it's seems to be getting the hang of living in our wells now.
It didn't take long before we were arriving to the fishing grounds. We found a few schools before dark and scratched out 20 something tuna before dark. We're going to drift here tonight and start off here in the morning.
One stop shop. 111 yellowfin 146 skipjack 54 yellowtail 15 dorado.
Fishing reports for freds 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.