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Well, as promised we left on another trip today. This one being an LA Rod and Reel Club long range 2 day trip. We got a nice jump on things. We were done getting bait and leaving the harbor by 11:00 this morning which allowed us to get to the tuna grounds by 5:00 this evening which allowed us to find a school of yellowfin before dark which allowed for most of the anglers on board to catch at least one which allowed me to feel satisfied about our day today. Catching fish on a departure day. Those fish were free. Tomorrows the true day. That's when we get real nasty. So right now we're anchored up in the cove of an island and I couldn't be happier about it. For the last week at night this boat has been running. We've always been traveling somewhere so it feels real nice to be on anchor with the engines off. It's even better that we're in a protected cove. It's like being in the bay. I can't speak for everyone on board but I'm pretty sure I'll be sleeping with my thumb in my mouth tonight. Until tomorrow....
We had another slow day today darn it. It's crazy how fast things change out here. One day you're gettinum and the next day you're not. We tried for a few yellows this morning and caught to less than that. It wasn't long before we were out in the deeps hunting tuna. We saw very little. We covered alot of ground today for a few over 20 on the tuna. They were mostly jig strikes spread out throughout the day.
The weather out here is fantastic and we're enjoying our ride up. I can smell the filet's on the grill now Oscar style. Thanks again Archie, the group was great. We'll be in tomorrow and yes, departing on another 5 day.
Hooked 10, but they are mean and like to destroy your gear. Ended with 4 Bluefin all around #70 pounds for our 5 anglers.
Monday, September 17th, 2012
Hi friends. I've changed my name and occupation. I am now a 007 agent and my name is Pierce Bronzin'. The bronzing was just dandy today. Justin Thompson, get you're tanning oil ready. It was sick hot today and sunny like Cher liked it. Anyhow, the fishing was sporadic. We had a few stops in the morning on those twenty-five to forty pound yellowfin, went through a long lull, and then a little after lunch we got on a kelp that was once again, aquarium-style fishing. All you wanted on football yellowfin with a couple of standouts and some really nice flatheads too. On yesterday's aquarium-style stop, we opened up our siphon valves to the deck tanks and looked over the side of the hull to see a foamer of yellowfin, yellowtail, and dorado on our dead sardines that accumulate in the bottom of our deck wells. Awesome. Today, we did some lift-polin' which was fun too. Just letting you know that when I say aquarium-style, I mean aquarium-style. Hundreds of fish swimming in front of your eyes at any time is a sight to see and we're thankful that we've seen it twice in as many days. Sweet.
With that, we took only a few boxes full of tuna and dorado, released all the three pound yellowtail, and then we kept on with our search for trophies. From this point until trips end, will be hunting strictly trophies as far as our tuna agenda goes. Let's hope that they show up and we can get them located and do some damage. We'll get the camera out for those, for sure.
For tomorrow, we'll be doing some yellowtail fishing and we'll take it from there. Wish us luck and we'll chat with you tomorrow.
-The Supreme Team
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