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Drew and the guys got in this morning off of Garth Kubeldis's Optima 1-1/2 day charter. They had a great catch for only 16 anglers fishing at 150 miles. The total was 39 bluefin, average weight being 29 lbs., 3 yellowfin, one being the jackpot fish at 35 lbs., and 11 yellowtail.
The POLARIS SUPREME is on line for an open party 2-day trip leaving Wednesday to target the bluefin again. At 10:00 am this morning one boat had just reached over 50 fish in the same area Drew was in and the rest of the fleet was heading that way. If you would like to book on the 2-day, you can do it through Fisherman's Landing 619-221-8500.
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30 pass. 89 yellowtail 32 kelp bass. 1 flyline setup with 20-30 lb and 1 yoyo setup with 40 or 50 lb is all you need.
Good evening folks. Turn around day today. In and out. Unload, fuel, cherish baby, load, load and go. That's how it goes down. The bait receivers was fun. Turns out all that rain we got may have effected the sardine we get there. It's speculation but things weren't right. We got some bait though. Some good sardine and some good mackerel. Yellowtail bait. Tommy is back on board for this trip and he's decided to start off tailing tomorrow. We're going to tail our butts off. We'll see how it goes tomorrow but we most likely will get our tuna on the day after.
Getting to know your crew: I've told you Mark is trying to bring his weight down. Well Justin is in the same mode so I had an idea. They're both throwing 50 bucks down. He who loses the most weight by October 1, or the closest date we have a scale to October 1 takes the money. Now that's a battle. We have a couple of hungry crew members for sure.
My rivals are on board this trip. Many San Francisco Giant fans. Uugh. It just so happens that a 3 game series between them and my Pads start tonight. I'm actually listening to the game now. 4-2 Pads in the 7th. Now I know this is a fishing blog but it's a travel day. You love it anyways. I'll talk fishing tomorrow.
and go Pads!
Today our 30 anglers were treated to a 6 hour drift which resulted in 33 bluefin tuna from 60 to 100 pounds and 1 twenty pound yellowfin. We managed to keep 1-8 fish hooked at all times. Our bites were coming on 40&50 lb flyline sardines and 130-160 gram Shimano Flatfalls as well as 100 gram Shimano Colt snipers. TIP FROM THE CREW: In order to keep the deck clean and safe. We rinse with a saltwater hose constantly. Wearing rubber boots or waterproof shoes is recommended.
This year is my 20th straight season operating a boat at the Coronado Islands. The fishing that is happening right now is the best I have ever seen. Boats from 10 ft to 124 ft all drifting and getting them. Don’t miss out on this amazing display of bio-mass. Please be responsible and only keep what you need. Have fun, be responsible and help a kid or a beginner. The guys are getting them again this morning. 75+ out of their first stop.
We had a pretty good day of yellowtail fishing today. It wasn't wide open and it wasn't slow either. Just some steady picking through out most of the day. It didn't rain so that was cool. I'm really drawing a blank on what to write here so I think I'll keep it short. There's nothing significant to tell you all about. Mark didn't wear the dunce helmet today and nobody fell in the water or told a good joke. Just some steady picking of the yellows. We're heading back to the bluefin grounds to give it another try at those beauts. The weather rolling up is just fantastic and we're expecting more of it tomorrow. Oh yeah! The seared bluefin we had for dinner tonight was very very good. It was paired with edaname, these super tasty green beans and some just delicious tasting mashed potatoes so there you have it. Sweet dreams all.
Fishing reports for bimini 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.