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Saturday, September 15th, 2012
Hi folks. We departed today on an open party 8-day trip with plenty of familiar faces on-board, so it's more like a charter. We picked up a fine looking load of sardines and we'll see how they do on our southerly journey for the next couple of days. For now, everything is good. The seas were flat calm all day and the weather was hot but now, it's a little foggy out but absolutely no sea conditions. We'll take it. The boys just enjoyed a fat piece of prime rib and everyone is sacking out for the night -- fat and happy. Tomorrow morning, we'll knock out some seminars, get rigged up, and see if we can't stumble upon a school of some fat yellowfin and/or fat bluefin throughout our travels.
Anyhow, life is good for now. We're monitoring tropical storm Kristy and as of now, we're looking like she's going to miss us and we're going to have some nice weather in the next couple of days in our zones. We'll see. Wish us luck and we'll chat with you tomorrow.
-The Supreme Team
The Pacifica called in with 2 Overnight trips coming up in March out of Ventura Harbor Sportfishing.
Overnight leaving March 5 10PM and returning the next day at 7PM. And another Overnight leaving March 6th 10 PM and returning the next day at 7PM.
Contact the landing at 805-676-3474 or check us out online
Well today didn't go like we were hoping. We didn't catch anything on the anchor in the morning like we did yesterday morning. So we thought at least we could get our 3 wahooless passengers a skin but that didn't happen. There were quite a few boats trying. We already caught a bunch of tuna the last couple days, so we stuck with the plan and got out of there way and left to go fish yellows. That was a bust. There were three of us looking around and none of us caught much. Just a few handfuls of yellows was all. So we decided to take off after lunch and we put it on course for Alijos Rocks. We'll be there tomorrow morning and our plan is to catch some more wahoo. We'll give it at least a full day there and maybe even another halfer. Hopefully we have the place to ourselves there tomorrow. We did get one really nice hoo during our travels this afternoon. It was about 65 pounds. A trip maker for the young Darrel. You'll see it later on the website when we put it up. Take care now.
11 Yellowfin & 145 Yellowtail. Steady November kelping, plenty of action.
Fishing reports for vail 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.