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GREEN RIVER LAKE
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December 1, 2022 green river lake Fishing Report
Saturday June 21 - Fishing today was great on the yellowtail. Just magnificent quality. We also topped off with catching and releasing 9 black sea bass and several larger ones that were loss. Our weather is also really good.
Thanks for checking in.
Tommy and crew
November 30, 2022 green river lake Fishing Report
AWESOME 2 DAY TRIP!!! For 25 anglers caught 100 ALBIES, 10 Dorado, & 25 Yellows. Great trip.
Get more info & reservations at Fisherman's Landing @(619)221-8500
November 29, 2022 green river lake Fishing Report
And we're off on another 5 day trip. Things didn't go so hot at the bait receivers. The bait we got was healthy, we just weren't allowed to take a full load. We were shorted 75 scoops or so. Anyways, we looked for fishies this afternoon. We saw some small spots of yellowfin right out of the gates that wouldn't bite, and then didn't see anything until almost dark. A sonar ball of yellowfin produced three fish so we got jackpot handled already. 1st, 2nd and 3rd. We're going to slide down a little tonight and look in an area that produced some pretty darn good yellowfin fishing today. The weather is magnificent.
November 28, 2022 green river lake Fishing Report
We departed today on Eric Rogger's annual ultra light load (19 passengers) 5-day trip. Eric always puts together a great group of anglers and this year is no exception. We have a couple of father daughter, father son pairs. This year we have had a few of trips go out with multi generations fishing together and as well as having a great time fishing, they are building great memories together.
So we are on the hunt for fish. Our weather is ok. Not flat calm, but it is ok. Tonight chef Jeff pleased everyone with a delicious rack of lamb, with a honey mustard glaze on the side. Fresh sauteed vegetables and roasted potatoes. Thanks for checking in. We will update again tomorrow.
Tommy, Drew, Dave, Richie, Joey, Jed and Jeff
November 27, 2022 green river lake Fishing Report
Here is a good look at one of today’s schools doing its best to look like a ball of bait. Our Evringham bros. sardines were too much for them to handle and the frenzy was on. 75 yellowtail. 25 calico bass. 23 Barracuda. Very good surface action.
November 26, 2022 green river lake Fishing Report
Many of you know Captain Ray Montera who has been involved in sportfishing most of his life. In March, his 32 year old Chris son was severely injured in a C4 blast in Afghanistan. We are holding a fundraiser on October 8th at the Bali Hai on Shelter Island. He is one of our own and we are rallying to support him.
As an Army soldier, Chris Montera was often taken aback when people would thank him for doing the job he loved. On a fateful day in March, he came to face the sacrifice. He was on a dismounted mission and was hit with explosion of C4, which literally blasted and propelled him into a grape field. He suffered major issues with blast lung and severe burns over much of his body. For 9 days he was on ECMO (lung bypass) until he was stable enough to be transported to BAMC in San Antonio for the treatment of his shrapnel wounds and third degree burns. On April 2 a fungal infection set into the wounds on his lower extremities and Chris underwent bilateral AK amputation of his legs. He was further diagnosed with an incomplete spinal cord injury in the thoracic area of the spine at VA Polytrauma Center in Palo Alto.
Through all of this, Chris remains focused and committed to rehabilitation. It is estimated that he will remain in Palo Alto for 3-6 months while he works to regain his upper body strength, which will be necessary for the next stages of rehab in the C5 program at Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego where he will be fitted with prosthetic legs and with determination will learn to walk again. There is no doubt in our minds that Chris will recover to live an independent life. The goal of this fundraiser is to be able to assist Chris with expenses he will no doubt encounter on his journey to independence.
The event will be held at the Bali Hai Restaurant on Shelter Island On October 8th from 6:00-10:00 pm. There will be food stations serving food from many San Diego restaurants along with a no host bar. A raffle, live, and silent auction will take place during the event along with live entertainment by Mango Bay and World Famous Jim Gibson. The outpouring of support of raffle and auction donations from the sportfishing community, tackle, fishing supply manufacturers, and local businesses has been phenomenal. The evening will be great fun for all and will serve to help a young man who put it all on the line.
There are several ways you can help:
First and most important is attend the event.
Tickets are $50 in advance or $450 for a block of 10
Advance ticket purchases will include 3 raffle tickets and assorted swag
Cannot attend but would like to help, make a cash donation in any amount.
Donate an item for the raffle or auction. Anything from fishing items, art, gift certificates, clothing...anything is greatly appreciated.
We look forward to having you at the event. The sport fishing community has come together to take care of a wounded warrior of their own, and it promises to be a fun filled evening for all.
To purchase tickets for Island Nights at the Bali Hai, please visit our website at http://christophermonterasupport.com/island-nights-at-the-bali-hai
To donate items for our raffle/auction please visit our website and complete the donor form http://christophermonterasupport.com/sponsors-anddonors-supporters/donor-form
November 25, 2022 green river lake Fishing Report
Captain Ryan Bostian checked in this evening with an update from the San Diego out of Seaforth Sportfishing. Today we had 24 anglers catch 1 Yellowtail, 1 Bonito, 30 Barracuda and 44 Rockfish. We see schools of Yellowtail but most of them are totally addicted to one inch anchovy and difficult to hook. We are going to stick with the Islands for awhile and tomorrow is a definite go.
November 24, 2022 green river lake Fishing Report
Capt Mike Pritchard from the Tribute called in a final count for their 1.5 day charter, they had some great fishing today. We had limits of Yellowfin Tuna, a couple Skipjack and a couple Yellowtail. We have been seing a little bit of Bluefin above the border, but getting them to bite is another story. All in all it was a fun day on the water, the quality of the Yellowfin has been up into the mid 30 lb range. We are booked for the next week, to check for spots you can call Seaforth Landing at 619-224-3383 or go to the website at www.seaforthsportfishing.com, we will see you on the water.
Weekly Fishing Reports
Fishing reports for green river lake 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.