agfc weekly Fishing Report 2023

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February 8, 2023 agfc weekly Fishing Report

Spots are filling quickly on this open party 5.5 day trip! This trip is sponsored by Blackwater fishing line and Tady lures. We will be targeting early-season big bluefin, as well as yellowtail and calico bass at cedros and Benitos. The trip is limited to 18 passengers! Ticket cost is $1400. Contact Jody at 858-220-1593 or at [email protected]

February 7, 2023 agfc weekly Fishing Report

We ran up and fished a few spots around Cedros to finish the trip off. We found a school of those jumbos around 3:00 and it kept us busy until the beautiful sunset and moon rise. The biggest fish went 45 pounds. We're headed for the barn now in as flat of a sea as is possible. We arrive/depart on Saturday leaving smoky San Diego on another ten day.

February 6, 2023 agfc weekly Fishing Report

I have space on some trips coming up. Saturday May 7 a charter needs 5 people cost $185. limited to 20 people. Contact John at (661) 718-8487. Sunday May 8th is Open Party limited to 20 people max. Cost $175 Contact Sea Landing. (805) 963-3564. Thursday May 12 Shimano will be Sponsoring all the tackle and giving away swag. Inside Sportfishing will be filming this trip. Contact sea Landing. (805) 963-3564. Friday May 13th Berkley sponsored trip. There will be swag give aways for all. Contact Sea Landing. (805) 963-3564. Sunday May 22nd Shimano will sponsor all the Tackle and give away swag for all. Contact Sea Landing (805) 963-3564. Saturday and Sunday 2-day charter Limited to only 20 people. Cost $400 includes food. Contact Alan (562) 818-6563. We hope some of are able to take advantage of these great opportunities.

February 5, 2023 agfc weekly Fishing Report

The water at the Coronado Islands has gotten cold and dirty. We have spent the last 2 days enjoying some excellent bottom fishing in 200-400 ft of water. We are keeping tabs on everything in our range. For all you bottom fishing lovers. Come out soon. Conditions are changing fast and as soon as we feel there is a good chance of consistently catching gamefish. The rockfish will go on the back burner again.

February 4, 2023 agfc weekly Fishing Report

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

Good evening. We spent our morning getting the Supreme and her passengers out of the weather for a bit, attempting to locate some coastal species for a morning while we gave the offshore scene a rest. We didn't quite connect like we were hoping but we did manage to catch a few yellowtail for our efforts, so all was not for lost. We made the decision to get back offshore and see what was going on and what was going on was scattered jig strikes on yellowfin tuna with some bait stops to go along with it. There is still some good hits to be had out here on both bluefin and yellowfin but we just didn't locate the right batch of fish. For tomorrow, we'll be fishing a little bit closer to home as we'll give it a try for a few hours and then have to book it for home. Wish us luck and sorry for the short report, the weather traveling up isn't the best conditions for typing but it's still okay to traveling. It could be a lot worse but we don't want that. Take care and we'll chat with you tomorrow.

February 3, 2023 agfc weekly Fishing Report

Polaris Supreme Trip Report 06-28-2016 A beautiful Tuesday we are having! Four yellowtail average per passenger and great weather. We are busy and that's all we have time for tonight Brendan just landed a 30 plus Yellow and its 9:00. Sea Ya Tomorrow. Polaris Supreme Crew!

February 2, 2023 agfc weekly Fishing Report

Aug. 27-28

Here's a 2 dayer for you all. I forgot to write yesterday's report due to my enthusiasm not being crazy high about it. So we fished in these bluefin grounds all day yesterday and for a few hours in the morning today for not much. Yesterday we were seeing sign of fish around. We didn't see any schools driving around but we'd get a meter mark and stop the boat and after a while we'd see a handful or two sometimes more come under the boat and sometimes we would get a few and other times we wouldn't but at that rate the final tally wasn't anything to write home about so that's probably why I didn't. Today wasn't better. I can't say we ever saw a fish even on the machines. We looked through the traditional area early for nothing then went that way for a while then we turned that way for a while and then we turned that way for a while and then we called it a trip. It means nothing for future trips the way this bluefin is. Tomorrow can be wide open. A hell of a trip anyways if you've been reading you'd know it. The boats clean and everyone on board is stuffed and rested. We'll be getting in at 6:00 in the am tomorrow and then we're departing on the 9 day! I'm really looking forward to it. Getting out of this cool August offshore weather and into the warm wahooey weather. As Joe Beck would say, "yeah baby". Thanks to everyone on board and shame on those who were thinking about making it but didn't. You missed the best bluefin bite you've probably ever seen. Drew

February 1, 2023 agfc weekly Fishing Report

Polaris Supreme Trip Report 07-22-2016 Good morning everyone from the bridge of the Polaris Supreme. We are certainly holding our heads high after yesterday's action. With a little bit of a scratchy couple of days prior, the switch turned on and it was nothing short of a day that everyone hopes for. The morning pick was nothing to complain about, but right at lunch time, the galley was a ghost town. It was all hands on deck. The grade of fish was a touch on the smaller side to start with some bonito mixed in, but we stayed persistent and fished off the junk. As the afternoon transpired, the size of the yellows just kept getting bigger and bigger. It was a picture perfect yellow bite. Breaking fish, breezers, shiners....surface iron, yo-yo, fly line, dropper loop. We just couldn't miss. Just shows the reward comes when you stick with it and fish hard. The grade of fish was a 15-20 lb average with a handful of stand out 30+ pounders. All and all it was an amazing day out here. We're off to a little bit of a slow start this morning, so we'll just patiently wait til they decide to wake up and get on the chew. Thanks for checking in and we'll report back this afternoon with another update on this final day of fishing Tight lines, Team Supreme

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