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December 5, 2023 kinkaid lake Fishing Report
Builder Harold Davis of Davis Boats in Paso Robles was fixing to leave on the Polaris Supreme.
"We're building and selling more diesels in our larger boats these days," he remarked. "We're making more pilot house models, especially. Even down here, it's nice to be able to get in out of the weather. It takes away the cold and the wet."
Davis was just back from "Salmon Getaway Weekend,"at Bodega Bay.
December 4, 2023 kinkaid lake Fishing Report
Limits of yellowfin 91 skipjack 38 yellowtail. Fall fishing at its finest.
December 3, 2023 kinkaid lake Fishing Report
Beautiful weather, sunny, warm and calm. This is the last traveling
day. We will be arriving at 10pm tonight, just a few more hours to go.
While you're bringing in the New Year, we will be trying to catch 200lb.
tuna. The guys feasted on teriyaki yellowtail fillet burgers and bow
tie pasta salad for lunch. Rib eye steaks and baked potatoes for
dinner, and yes sushi and sashimi for hors d'oeuvres.
Happy New Year from Tommy, the crew and the anglers.
December 2, 2023 kinkaid lake Fishing Report
108 yellowfin 27 skipjack. These tuna stops have been going from boredom to chaos in a matter of seconds. Knowing how to tie your own hook and leader, having your own pair of pliers, and listening to the crew and making slight adjustments during the stop will keep you in the game. We recommend taking some time before you come out or on the way to the fishing grounds to practice tying on your hook/leader. Our crew members can inspect and show you the right way to do it so when we’re in a hot bite you’re ready for action.
December 1, 2023 kinkaid lake Fishing Report
Arrive depart day today. We did the whole routine, I hung out with my baby for an hour and it was time to set sail again. We left on another 5 day with my buddy Archie and his gang and a few other regulars. We did well at the bait receivers. We loaded up on small sardine and left the bay and headed out to do some fishing in the afternoon. We didn't do much. A couple of yellowfin is all we caught. We did see a couple of big schools of 50-80 pound tuna that didn't care we were there at all. No bites. We're eating prime rib and heading down in nice weather. We're going to try for some yellows on the coast in the morning and then head offshore for the afternoon hunting yellowfin.
November 30, 2023 kinkaid lake Fishing Report
Hello fishing friends,
We now have the Apollo in beautiful Santa Barbara for the rest of the spring. We are running two Berkley sponsored limited load overnight trips to the Channel Islands. The first trip will depart on Thursday night April 19th at 9 pm to fish on Friday April 20th. The second trip will depart at 9 pm on Thursday night May 17th to fish Friday May 18th. These trips will target Quality Rockfish, ling cod with the chance for some early season halibut or sea bass. Please come join us on the Apollo in Santa Barbara for some fun spring time fishing. Berkley will sponsor this trip and will be giving away swag on board. These ntrips are limited to 20 people and the cost is $185 per person. Please call Sea Landing at (805) 963-3564.
November 29, 2023 kinkaid lake Fishing Report
Today we were able to check everyone off on the Wahoo list. Everyone on the boat has at least one Wahoo! We are pumped about that. There was a nice shot on 20-30 lb tuna in the dark this morning, but as the sun rose the Tuna Stopped biting. Aside from the Wahoo we landed one nice Grouper to add to the mix! It ate a baby Yellowfin! Crazy!
Hopefully they bite for us tomorrow,
November 28, 2023 kinkaid lake Fishing Report
Limits of Yellowfin Tuna for our 2 day trip and 20 bluefin.
Weekly Fishing Reports
Fishing reports for kinkaid 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.