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September 24, 2023 blue river colorado Fishing Report
Good Evening Fisherman,
We left the dock early this morning on our annual Holeman 10 day with a great load of mid-sized sardines and very nice weather. We are now making our way down south to the Tuna and Wahoo grounds. We should be arriving to the fishing grounds early Tuesday morning. The majority of the day, after leaving the bay, was spent getting to know everyone and rigging up. Tomorrow we will be giving our famous fishing seminar. There is plenty of leader making and general tackle rigging preparation for the fishing to come.
September 23, 2023 blue river colorado Fishing Report
Today we turned and burned in hopes of getting back into that great biting tuna! Hopefully they are just as eager as we left em!
September 22, 2023 blue river colorado Fishing Report
Today we went out with only 11 passengers. At the end of the day everybody on board had a full Mexican limit of rockfish. Our rockfish today were a nice mix of reds, salmon grouper, whitefish, sheephead and lingcod. The weather was absolutely perfect today.
September 21, 2023 blue river colorado Fishing Report
We departed today on Bob Vance's annual five day. After we picked up a cruddy load of bait we dined on a delicious pork tenderloin for lunch and headed for the albacore grounds. This is a great group of anglers. Many have been on this trip with Bob for years. We are really looking forward to some good fishing. Weather is still good. Wish us luck.
September 20, 2023 blue river colorado Fishing Report
Ryan Bostian called in from the San Diego with this report, "We're checking in live from the Coronado Islands, as of noon we have 14 Yellowtail on the boat. These fish are 15 to 25 lbs. They're located in shallow water so we are landing only about 1/2 of what we are hooking. Very good entertainment here this morning on a fly line sardine.
"We have a charter this Friday that has a few open spots. This charter will be departing at 4:00 AM. We are going to have plenty of fishing time on these Yellowtail near Coronado Islands. If you'd like to join us please call Dave at 619-207-7345. Things are starting to shape up at the Coronado Islands. Like I mentioned earlier we have 14 Yellowtail on the boat and we still have plenty of fishing time. If you'd like to hop on an early departure trip call Dave at 619-207-7345."
September 19, 2023 blue river colorado Fishing Report
Come fishing this Saturday on our ULTRA limited load 2 day.
Now is your chance to fish a 90 foot Long Range boat with only 18 fisherman.
This special trip is priced for our normal load of 24 but we are limiting it to 18 anglers this weekend.
Jump on while you can!
September 18, 2023 blue river colorado Fishing Report
Big Bluefin on the Brain!
Were able to scoop up some big Flying Fish on our way up the line!
These flyers will be the perfect size bait for the local giant Bluefin Tuna. Recently the hot ticket has been: Heavy Flat falls in the dark, frozen Flying Fish on the kite, and trolling the Yummee flyer. We individually wrap our flying fish in saran wrap so they do not stick together when we freeze them.
These ones are ready and on stand by for the big ones!
September 17, 2023 blue river colorado Fishing Report
Captain Ryan Bostian called in tonight with an audio update from the San Diego out of Seaforth Sportfishing in Mission Bay, CA. We have been fishing down the beach and the Yellowtail are biting really good on the surface iron and fly-lined baits. Today we had 51 anglers catch 240 Yellowtail (10 to 25 pounds). It's been a fun couple of weeks.
Don't miss out on this opportunity. We fish every day and depart at 5:30 AM.
Weekly Fishing Reports
Fishing reports for blue river colorado 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.