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Arrive/depart. A quick one too. We were out before 9:30. We got our bait and we were gone. We started fishing after lunch. We had one little area that was loaded up with 5 pound skipjack. We stopped a few times to let everyone pull and jerk on something and practice following there fish around the boat and stuff. We had a couple kelps with a few small yellows we caught. We unfortunately made it to our destination before dark. I say unfortunately because we were hoping to bump into something sooner. We saw only a few little dabs of tuna while we had light. I mean just a few fish, and they didn't bite. We're currently anchored in the cove here and we're enjoying a nice prime rib dinner and I think we'll sleep well tonight.
It sounded like it was a better day around here. Not just catching wise but fishing too. Never thought I'd say that but what I mean is there was a bigger spread of fish seen today. They weren't all seen in the same honey hole like most of last week. We have high hopes for tomorrow. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going on break.
Some darn good action on quality Yellowfin once again resulting in 58 Tuna in the 18-35 pound range for our 24 Angler’s today.
119 yellowfin for our charter group today, but forgot to get a picture. Here’s what we recommend bringing on our offshore trips. Seaforth tackle has all your essentials for your next trip.
Polaris Supreme update 08-16-2012 JP. Wrap Up.
Thank you very much Eric Rogger and gang for making it a fun filled five days. We hope you all enjoyed your time aboard as much as the crew enjoyed fishing with you. It was really a spectacular catch to see once it was all laid out on the deck this morning. The jack pot winners were again up there in the 40 pound range, with One Hour To Glory, Doug Aihara coming in first place with a 47.2 lb.
yellowfin tuna. Second place went to Robert McKlemurry with his 42.6 lb. yellowfin. And rounding it off in third place was Shely Fried with a 40.6 lb. yellowfin. All the pictures from this last trip are posted up on the Polaris Supreme website and the Polaris Supreme Facebook page for your viewing. Just click on photos, then click on 2012, then click on 08/11/2012 Eric Rogger. We hope we see you all back again next year.
Good times were had by all on the Prevost private charter. Light line live bait rigs and small colt snipers connected with 57 yellowfin tuna and 2 bluefin tuna.
Fishing reports for offshore 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.