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Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
Well. That's a wrap ... We ended up with 51 bluefin tuna for our morning efforts and then we left. We also had a kelp for 19 cow yella. Our traveling weather is fantastic and our ETA is looking like around 0700 hours tomorrow morning and the boat will be turning around and departing on Mary Chaparro's 6-day adventure. Look for reports to continue from one of the boys. Take care and good night.
Today was a good day. We got into the yellowtail mid morning and it was game on till lunch time. The grade wasn't the best but it was good enough. 12 up to 22 pounds and all in between. We had the passengers save some tags for the bigguns though the common grounds looked dead so we traveled to new grounds and connected near the end of the day. Everyone had a few more shots at them before we had them wind um up so we could put ourselves in position to be at the bluefin grounds before daylight.
The weather today was great. Cold but windless and on a boat thats all we care about. No wind no sea. Shawn through out a kick but appetizer spread and we're preparing to eat a seared ahi dinner. Can't wait. Gotta go.
Mama Bear- Little Bear still has both feet planted on the boat and is doing great.
"Just what the doctor ordered". We had a great afternoon out here on the Polaris Supreme today. It was a slow morning but a strong afternoon. We started where we had to. For one we were there at sunrise and for two we had to keep it honest due to the previous good fishing there several days ago. It wasn't happening so we took off and arrived to the promise land after lunch. It started off with a wahoo strike that turned into a wide open tuna bite with wahoo mixed in too. We ended that drift with 14 skin and 60+ tuna. Action baby. Just what we needed after yesterday. After that we were in full wahoo mode but they were hanging with the tuna so while we would catch wahoo we"d catch tuna too. The perfect scenario until you have limits of tuna. We're not quite there yet but we're close. We opted to stay another day to finish off our tuna quota and see if we can get some more wahoo. That also gives the Rocks another days rest as well.
The wind finally backed off today. For the past few days we had windy/choppy weather with a current going against it which adds to the choppiness and makes anchor fishing uncomfty. We handled it those days but today it was just nice. We're all stoked. Like I said, "just what the doctor ordered".
Captain Ryan of The San Diego checked in with a trip report for today. 57 Bluefin(15-60lbs) 14 Yellowfin (15-30lbs). About as good as it gets local Bluefin fishing. A 30-50lb bait rod was all you needed today.
Well good evening everyone. We're out and about again this weekend. If we book them, we will fish. So we took the week off, handled stuff and showed up today at 3:00, fired everything up and she's running great. We got our bait, which was straight anchovy, no sardine in sight they say. That's OK for this kind of fishing. We're headed out. Tuna fishing. See you tomorrow.
Fishing reports for kings river 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.