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We were back on The Ridge today. We got to the spot a little after daylight and we found some action after a little bit of looking. We were making drifts catching wahoo and tuna. No great numbers on the wahoo. We caught one per rod. That's an average though. Not everyone caught one. For example, I believe team Oberg caught 3 or 4, and team Grella caught 5. So it wasn't a great spread but everyone had there chances. For example, team Holeman went 1 for 7 nd team Henry lost a bunch too. But when they weren't losing wahoo they were pulling on tuna. A bit on the smaller side but not too small. We were tagging the bigger ones. It was a fun and productive day I thought. But we always want more.
We left a little while after lunch toward Alijos Rocks and we'll be there all day tomorrow. We'll most likely have to leave tomorrow night though because the wind, she's acoming.
17 yellowfin 12 mahi 36 yellowtail. An angry ocean made finding kelps a bit interesting but we were able string a few together. Encouraging sign starting to show up in our zone. A flyline setup with 25-40lb is what we recommend.
Thursday, July 11th, 2013
Hi friends. We had ourselves a pretty eventful day for a rather slow day of Yellowtail fishing. I'm not going to lie; I think the entire crew had visions of hundred-plus fish drifts and not looking at breezers of non-biting fish, but rather breezers of snappin' fish. Well, the Bluefin worked their magic on our favorite Yellowtail hole and the Yellowtails acted just like Bluefin all day. We saw multiple breezers and we'd be lucky to capture two or three fish. We did have one nice drift this morning but for the most part we just picked and scratched to make a score. But, we did what we had to and made a day of it.
Other notable events of the day: We started bronzing at 0622 hours, it was sunny and toasty out for the majority of the day. We also caught and released about a dozen Black Sea Bass, we had a nice snap on the Calicos, Stephen Pistone took a sabiki rig hook to the finger, and Mark did everything that you would expect of Mark. I'll just leave it at that.
Anyhow, we're on our way up to finish off our trip at the Bluefin grounds and Chef Shabba and Shawn are kicking out sesame seared Ahi with fried rice and veggies. Tasty. We'll chat with y'all tomorrow. Good night and just know that your friends on the Polaris Supreme love you. Especially you. Yes, you. Wish us luck, lovers.
-The Supreme Team
Captain Ryan Bostian from San Diego Sportfishing checked in. 43 pass. 145 yellowtail 15 bonito. Flylined bait yo yo and surface iron.
A awesome sunset and some action on bigger Bluefin last night. But..... in typical Bluefin fashion lately, the big ones came through and bit baits flylined on gear from 40-60 pound. We had two fish at color in the dark (estimated @ 130 pounds) and somehow the last 4 fish of the day found their freedom (1 spooled, 1 broken hook and 2 pulled hooks). These things can be down right mean.
Fishing reports for sayulita 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.