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So we did it again. We had a nice day. Arrive/depart day. Once again, we got out here at a good time and connected on a couple of schools. We ended our day with 81 tuna. And they're still that good grade. 25 pound average. So nice. Free ones. Departure fish. I told everyone to bring there horse shoes and rabbits feet. I think they did.
The bait thing went better than expected. It wasn't Armageddon like I thought it may be. We used 1/2 the bait I thought would croak and the rest hasn't had any die off yet. Now we just need our main slammer of bait to hang in there. The only thing is we didn't get a full load of bait so we may need to catch some down the line. At least I hope that's the only thing. Time will tell Joe. Time will tell.
We're going to drift here tonight. It literally feels like we're anchored in the bay right now. It's so nice. We'll start here in the morning and try to do it again. Let's keep the ball rolling.
Friday, August 8th, 2013
Hi friends. Different day for us here on the Supreme. After thumping and bumping our way up the line last night, we were pleasantly surprised to find decent weather when we put the lines in the water. Our weather just got progressively better and better throughout the day. Super good feelings about that, especially after yesterdays beating. Anyhow, the Bluefin tuna cooperated for us this morning and we produced on multiple drifts all the way until after lunch. The grade of fish was dandy; a lot of 25-40 pounders with a few bigger and few smaller in the mix, but for the most part, it was a nice quality of tuna that the gang threw aboard today and we deserved it.
Although we would've liked more to make up for yesterday, we're happy that the gang had some action and we're happy with the quality. We're also happy with Chef Schoolers Fillet Oscar that we haven't had in a few weeks. With that, we've put a bow on this 3-day adventure and are currently en route back to San Diego. Our ETA is looking like around 06:30 hours tomorrow. The boat turns around for Mr. Eric Roggers 5-day party cruise. Look for Captain Drew to man the helm and the keyboard. Take care, y'all.
-The Supreme Team
Sunday, July 14th, 2013
Hi friends. Today was a splendid day. We got on a school of those beautiful Bluefin tunas just before lunch and drifted with them until around 1600 hours this afternoon. The grade of fish were those 40-60 lb. beauties and the action on the kite was as good as it gets. The Mustache almost got around to everyone on the kite on just that one stop. They were hittin', boy. Our bait fisher-people did just dandy as well. 50 lb. test with a 4/0 hook, short top-shots, and the liveliest gosh darn Sardine you could find was the key to great success.
Heartbreak of the day went to myself. While getting out a 50/50 wrap with two fish at color, singing Lady Antellbum at a reasonable level, I broke my sour apple chapstick stick. Not cool.
Now that all is said and done, 53 Bluefin rest comfortably in the RSW well that Mustache Man is constantly maintaining between 30 and 32 degrees. He's so responsible. Thanks, Drew.
To top it off, the weather was just dandy and Chef Shawn kept us all fat and happy. Not too much else to report. We're going to give this another try tomorrow and hope that we can get on a school early and drift all day. That's the plan, anyhow. We'll see what happens.
Thanks for checking in and wish us luck manana.
-The Supreme Team
Excellent fall action on lake pacific. 9 yellowfin 2 dorado 2 skipjack and limits of yellowtail.
When it comes to Wahoo. You should always have at least one of these! Black and orange Marauder tried and true, year after year!
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