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|🗺️ Location||SPINNEY MOUNTAIN|
|⏰ Fast Updates||Every day|
|🐟 Species||All Species|
|🗓️ Next Update||Tomorrow|
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This season has been full of extreme conditions. Our weather has been either flat grease calm with air temps pushing triple digits or victory at sea borderline dangerous. Our fishing has been either crazy wide open or scary slow. Today’s trip had a little of everything. Strong South wind in the morning followed by calm seas in the afternoon. Empty kelp patties in the morning followed by crazy wide open bonito smash. We never found a wide open dorado kelp but managed to scratch 27 along with 8 yellowfin tuna and a handful of yellowtail and skipjack.
Remember yesterday when I said we would find our dorado kelp? Well we conquered that quest. I tell no lies. An hour or so after breakfast, maybe 2, we found a kelp loaded and we went to battle and overall I think we won. I mean we caught exactly what we wanted. Beautiful mahi mahi. After that we went back to travel mode and we'll be arriving to our slip in San Diego tomorrow at 0800 hours. We ate some of that mahi for dinner tonight while we watched a slide show of all the pictures taken this trip presented to us by Tommy. Everyone misses there wives and they all told me, "Drew, I couldn't spend another minute without my wife". That's why this trip was 15 days. It's the maximum amount of time we can spend without our wives.
So we tie up tomorrow and that's the way we'll stay until November 9th, when we'll be departing on a 10 day trip. So until then, I'd just like to say how much I'll miss writing to you all. Stay classy and thanks for stopping by, but mostly, stay classy.
40 bluefin 14 yellowfin. Steady stop and go action. Small jigs like the Shimano colt sniper and flat fall or a rubber banded sinker rig both fished on 40-60lb line were top producers.
Fishing reports for spinney mountain 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.