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September 27, 2023 hatteras marina Fishing Report
Our 80 yellowfin and 34 skipjack did not come easy today. 15 stops on schools that were big enough to catch 500 if they were in the right mood. Beautiful weather and amazing sign of fish.
September 26, 2023 hatteras marina Fishing Report
6 yellowfin tuna 4 bluefin tuna. Tough conditions on the grounds today. Lots of wind and current made it very difficult to land the 30-70 lb tuna we had under the boat. Weather is forecast to be nicer tomorrow. Come out and enjoy the calm before the storm.
September 25, 2023 hatteras marina Fishing Report
No fishing today - it was all catching. Wide open dorado, yellowfin, and 30 plus wahoo. Did not matter what you cast into the ocean - sardines, maggie bay mackeral, wahoo iron and bombs - it was all awesome.Big dorado of the 30 lb variety, wahoo up to 40 lb and 15 to 30 lb yellowfin. Constant "catching" all day with only breaks to tie on new hooks and leaders. The crew show'd their experience as 17 anglers, all hooked up at the same time with flying dorado all over the place, untangled, gaffed and tagged with seamless ease. Everyone is tired and happy and settling in after a fine dinner of seared wahoo with mango ginger sauce, risotto followed by blackberry pie ala mode. Whats next? Heading after big tuna tomorrow and hoping for more of the same. A big hello to Terra and Finn. and also a big hello to Allison from Jim.
O.T.R. Lon Mikkelsen
September 24, 2023 hatteras marina Fishing Report
The fishing out of Seaforth Landing in San Diego is already great and is ready to explode as water conditions improve and temperatures increase. The new Seaforth Landing buildings and parking lot are almost ready to roll and things are looking really good!!! Congratulations to everyone at Seaforth !! Great Job !!! I was lucky enough to fish with Captains Bob Williams and Bryan Winn for a 3/4 day trip aboard the Seawatch to the beautiful Coronado Islands. We limited out on 3-6 pound bonito by 10am in wide open fishing not far off the coast. Captains Bob and Bryan than steered us to the Coronado Island for a shot at some big island yellowtail. Not long after dropping anchor yours truly hooked and landed a nice yellow on a dropped looped chovy. Way to go Kidd !! We hooked a bunch of yellows on sardines, anchovies and iron, landing some and loosing others to reel screaming runs to the rocks. The highlight came when young Chris "Don't call me Littleman anymore" Robinson hooked, battled and landed a nice 20 lb Coronado Island Yellowtail. Awesome job Chris !!! We ended the day with 10 nice yellows from 13- 28 lbs led by Mark Nahabedians' 28 pounder that he nailed on Salas blue and white iron. Captains Bob, Bryan and crew did an awesome kob putting us on the fish. We were the high count boat out of all the 3/4 day boats fishing the Islands. Great Job Guys !!! Seaforth has trips fishing the Coronado Islands everyday. Give them a call at 1-619-224-3383 or check their website at www.seaforthsportfishing.com. You can check the schedule and make reservation right on the website. Another Awesome dayat the Coronado Islands !!!! Thats the "word on the water" Don. email me at [email protected] for photos.
September 23, 2023 hatteras marina Fishing Report
Now this was the real deal today. Nothing short of epic cow fishing.
Scott released a 110 lb., 170 lb. 180 lb., another 110 lb., 175 lb., and
a 150 lb. tuna. He kept a 220 lb., and a 250 lb. tuna. Bob released a
180 lb., 130 lb., 190 lb., and kept a 220 pounder. Al released a 190
lb., 125 lb., 185 lb., and a 140 pounder. Craig released a 135 lb., 150
lb., 145 lb., 180 lb., 190 lb., another 180 lb., and kept a 190 lb., and
a 193 pounder. Roger released a 110 lb., and kept a 204 pounder.
Sheridan released a 125 lb., 170 lb., 150 lb., 160 lb., and 190
pounder. Tom released a 110 lb., 160 lb., 150 lb., 185 lb., and kept a
221 lb., and a 205 lb. tuna. George released a 120 lb., 130 lb., 100
lb., 185 lb., 180 lb., and another 100 lb., and kept a 205 pounder. Wow
what a day. We're all just shaking our heads at how wild it was. Lunch
was calamari with a red sauce and dinner was veal chops.
We'll see you tomorrow.
September 22, 2023 hatteras marina Fishing Report
We were on bluefin and yellowfin all day but they were difficult to hook. 8 bluefin tuna from 25-80 lbs and 2 yellowfin. Most of our fish were hooked on flylined sardines on 30 or 40 lb.
September 21, 2023 hatteras marina Fishing Report
Mike Pritchard called in with this report for the Tribute. "We're off to a great start here this morning. We made a move down to the Yellowfin grounds that really paid off. We have over 150 Yellowfin tuna on the boat this morning. To that you can add 150 Yellowtail. We'll keep you updated as the day progresses.
"We're leaving on a 1 Day trip tomorrow night. I know some Bluefin have been caught locally. It's a good time to go fishing. There is still very good fishing to be had. Hope to see you on the water."
September 20, 2023 hatteras marina Fishing Report
Well the weather has kicked up a little and it's a little bumpy. We will be at the dock at 6:00 am tomorrow. Come down and say hi if you can. We will be in until Thursday Nov. 8 when we depart on Lon Mikkleson's OTR charter. There are still spots available if you want to come with us.
Weekly Fishing Reports
Fishing reports for hatteras marina 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.