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Shortly after arriving on the grounds we located a small school of yellowtail and caught 2. We then proceeded to drive around for 2 hours and never found another school. A couple of rockfish stops in the afternoon assured all 30 of our passengers will be eating fresh fish.
Good evening and thanks again for tuning Polaris Supreme fans. What an excellent day today! The early morning hours were spent doing some looking around at different spots deciding where we wanted to get established for tuna fishing. The currents didn't really want to cooperate at first, but eventually we found what looked best and gave it a shot. It was a little on the slower side till things started to wake up, then the guys started to scratch away. We eventually switched gears into wahoo mode and that was a great choice. The remainder of the day we had our running shoes on chasing skinnies all around the boat. Stop after stop, they kept coming over the rail. The tax man had to take his piece of the pie of course, losing more than just a few to sharks, but never the less, I still call it an amazing day of skin fishing. We all look forward to many more days like today before we end the trip. For those wondering about the weather, you should be jealous. I don't think there is nicer weather anywhere in the U.S. It nothing short of perfect out here.
A+ fishing and top notch food, what more could you ask for on a long range trip. All of the guys are having a great time. As always, thanks for taking a few minutes to check in and don't forget, even though we are out here on the water, we will still be representing at the Long Beach Fred Hall Show this year. Make sure you stop by our booth and say hi to our crew up there. Till tomorrow, tight lines.
Jed and the Polaris Supreme crew
164 yellowfin tuna from 15-30 lbs and 1 mahi-mahi. Right place at the right time today. Flylined baits on 15-40 lb and small colt snipers and Flatfalls. Adjust your tackle based on the mode of the fish. Their mode is constantly changing so be aware and don’t be afraid to ask questions.
Howdy folks. Arrive depart day today so I don't have any juicy fish stories for you. We made it dockside by 5:30 in the am. We had a lovely time of off loading a beautiful catch of yellowtails, then an even better time of fueling the vessel. When we got back to our slip I was surprised to see my mother who just happened to bring my lovely daughter down to see me. I didn't know she was coming and did not expect to get to see my Sydney so that just made my day. But we're out fishing now so it's all business.
Things went great at the bait receivers. We topped off on some good looking sardine and we're looking to put them to good use tomorrow. We have a report from one of our code boats fishing on the grounds we fished last trip offshore wise and it sounds interesting. A better grade of fish moved in today and we're going to investigate it tomorrow.
Everyone on board is just relaxing now or stuffing there face with prime rib. I'm about to join them. Mark's trying to diet and it's hilarious. I've never seen him give the slightest about what goes in his stomach and he's going crazy with hunger. He's a big boy and he's' having chicken fried steak withdrawal. See you tomorrow. Hopefully our timing is right on tomorrow and we get some of that action on those better tunas.
Sunday, August 4th, 2013
13:53 hours update:
Hi friends. After a brief snafu (spelling?) with the sea anchor, we rolled right into stops on Bluefin tuna with our best drop yielding 35 of those tunas. Most of the fish were in the 14-22 lb. range but we did manage a few whacks on that 40-60 lb. grade as well. Our good friend Travis Donahue decided that throwing a 9'3" Ulua with 40 lb. test was just a stellar idea and managed to hook a dandy of a fish. I'm pretty sure a new style of angling was invented; it was crouching Travis, boot camp deluxe, and an antenna. Travis did his best but Gunny couldn't take it anymore and had to assist little Travis and the battle ensued. Guns had that fish about 2 feet out of the gaff reach of Mark and myself and just like that, sorrow. The Bluefin tuna won this battle and looked to be in the 120 lb. range. Oh brother.
Anyhow, we've been underway for a few hours now, headed to greater points south. Up next on our itinerary is do some Yellowtail fishing. We have a lot of water to cover and we're hoping to be fully engaged in a miracle and stumble upon something this afternoon when we get out of this cooler water and into some of that warm H20. We're hopeful. The gang just enjoyed a spaghetti and meat sauce lunch and Little Chappy just threw on "The Hurt Locker". Everyone is either playing Siskel and Ebert or snoozin'. Our traveling weather is absolutely gorgeous and we'll report back to you tonight with an update of how our afternoon went. Talk to us, Goose. Talk to us...
20:00 hours update:
Well, we never stumbled upon something glorious, or anything for that matter, but we gave it our all and when that failed, the gang had a poker tournament. Anyhow, Chef Shawn and Sweet Dee are preparing some type of shrim and scallop feast and the knock just came under my size 11, not-so-Tuff boots and that means it's dinner time. We'll be to the Yellowtail grounds tomorrow morning and we're hoping for a clobber fest. Take care. Happy Birthday, Zeb.
The team you dream about,
-The Supreme Team
P.S. Hi Drew!
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