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Good evening everyone. Today was more of the same as the last couple days. Still seeing tons of fish. Still struggling to get bites. Same thing. See a school, stop and catch fish one at a time. The cool thing about it is we're stopped fishing a lot more then regular fishing days so we're staying occupied. The only thing different for us today was that we saw multiple schools of big bluefin. The 50-80 pound stuff but it's even harder to get one of those to bite. We ended up hooking a few and landing a couple of 70 pounders. We'll do it again for one more day, the last fishing day of this trip. Hopefully they'll want to bite better tomorrow. There is no way we would leave this zone with all the fish we are seeing.
We spent today offshore mostly looking to top off on dorado. There were 7 of us long range boats looking to do the same today. There was plenty of this warm water for all though. Unfortunately there wasn't enough kelps with fish on them for all. We were one of the more lucky ones. We didn't completely top off but we were only 20 fish shy. Along with the dorado we caught some small tuna off a few spots. 3-5 pounders. Now keep in mind most everyone on board have never fished out here in there lives. When everyone on board hooked one of these tuna at once, it was great. They were all so excited and they all just loved it. Don't worry, I very much encouraged the release of these fish. This was a great group of guys. Great. Super laid back and just enjoyed every minute out here. Caught a bunch of colorful jumping dorado, lots of yellers and even a marlin. I can't wait to have them back. And you know it's true too because I usually don't write that. I love all our passengers.
Tomorrow we get in and leave again for just 2 days this time. Hopefully we get out of there good and early and then et some fishing in tomorrow. I have no idea what we'll do after that though. Time will tell.
Thursday, May 17th, 2012
Hi friends. It's been a busy couple of days for us here on the Supreme as we completed our stay at Knight & Carver Yacht Center and our annual haul-out. On Monday, we sanded rails, replaced zinc plates, put the screens back up on the hull and got ready to be put back in the water the following day. Tuesday was a beautiful day. At around 1300 hours, we splashed down and with no leaks to our thru-hull valves, shaft and rudder packing, our mains and generators fired up without a hitch and we set sail back to our slip at Fisherman's Landing. It's great to be back home but although the scenery has changed and like Drew and I both said the other day as we exited the engine room; sweaty and with grease all over us, "boat-work is still boat-work" and most of our projects now will be a lot of mechanical projects, galley upgrades and wheelhouse upgrades.
With that, we have a few days off and on Monday, we will be south of the border dealing with some work permit issues and we'll be back at it on Tuesday. Take care everybody and enjoy the photos.
Wednesday, July 25th, 2012
Hello everybody. Good times this morning on the sea anchor. Biting bluefin tuna with a smattering of nice yellowtail to start off our day made breakfast taste that much better for everyone who attended the meal call. A half pound breakfast burrito tastes just a little better after pulling on fish for a couple hours after the sunrises. Anyhow, we had another decent day today of catching bluefin and yellowfin, mostly on blind jig strikes, and shaking off "neck-tie" yellowtail and dorado's to fill in the gaps when the tuna had their noses in the mud. For the most part, their noses stayed in that mud but when they did pop up, we made the most of it with some quality tuna fish.
Another solid day made for the decision to head coastal and see if we can't find us some yellowtail's with some size to them. We'll give this offshore scene another try later but for now, we're going to get out of the wind for a bit and give the anglers a change of scenery. We'll fill you in on our day tomorrow evening. Take care.
Andrew Viola called in with a wrap up from the 1.5 day trip from the Pacifica out of Seaforth Landing in San Diego, CA.
We saw a good sign of fish yesterday. We picked up 48 Yellowtail and 4 Dorado to go with our 4 Bluefin Tuna.
The Pacifica is back out tomorrow night for a 1.5 day trip fishing offshore for Tuna and Yellowtail. Departs at 9PM.
43 Anglers, 164 Yellowfin Tuna 158 Skipjack Tuna 36 Yellowtail 2 Mahi Mahi. Lots of driving was interrupted by 2.5 hours of very aggressive fish
The Pacifica returned from a 2-Day 976-Tuna sponsored trip.
89 California Yellowtail
5 Yellowfin Tuna
42 Skipjack Tuna
5 Bluefin Tuna
Fishing reports for clearlake 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.