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Good evening everyone, we're back!!!! After 2 months of grueling boat work we are back on the water and couldn't be happier. What's new with the crew? Not much with most of the guys. Jed got his captains license. That's big news. And I had a beautiful baby daughter in April. That's big news too. Mark's the same enjoyable goofball, Gunny's the same fish hunting fellow. Schoolers still dishing out tasty meals and Gringo is back helping him out. We also have some new crew members joining the supreme team this year.
We departed this evening on a 1 1/2 day trip. We are pleased with the bait we got because we lucked out and got a tank of sardine to go with a couple tanks of usable anchovy if need be. Hopefully it will be because we run out of sardine with all the fish we catch. The reports are fishy. There's yellowfin and bluefin and yellowtail to catch if you find the right schools that want to bite and those are the schools we'll be looking for all day long tomorrow. Weather reports are calling for some wind tomorrow but they downsized there forecast from this morning so hopefully it won't be too bad. Time will tell.
Right now we're wrapping up our prime rib dinner and will be going to bed soon so we're all rested up for our big day tomorrow. Sweet dreams and goodnight.
Spent most of our day in search mode after spending 2 days on the beach. Late in the day the group effort was rewarded. We ended with 55 yellowfin (15-35 lbs) and 75 small yellowtail for 36 anglers. Some nice schools of bluefin were also seen in the same area. A 20,30 and 40 lb rod will be perfect.
Captain Mike Pritchard checked in at 1:55pm from the Tribute.
21 anglers on the boat and have 22 Bluefin on the deck. Majority of fish are 60-80 pound range. A couple are smaller and bigger.
Plenty of room on tonights trip. Good Bluefin fishing today!
Call Seaforth Landing at (619) 224-3383 to get in on the action.
Good evening folks and welcome to the last July 31 of 2015 ever aboard the Polaris Supreme. The water we fished today just didn't have that right feel to it if you know what I mean. The whole set up changed since we were there 2 days ago. It was 2 degrees cooler for one thing. Maybe we weren't in the right zone , but I don't think so. I think things were off as far as the tuna and Dorado goes. We were finding bull kelp areas instead of nice bushy kelps and catching only dinker tuna. I only saw one tuna over 10 pounds today and 10 pounds was a lunker. Needless to say we let every single one of them go. So at 7:00 pm, it was looking like we were going to chalk this one up as a travel day. I was just about ready to shower. I mean I literally had all my clothes on the floor with the shower water running when I heard the call. "We have a real nice kelp up ahead". I thought about it and decided I better suit up again just in case and it was the right move. Easily the best kelp of the year. Until well after sunset things were busy and exciting aboard the Polaris Supreme. The whole boat was bit. Every single person. Wide open 14-25 pound yellowtails. It was good. 4 fish per rod that stop. Uh huh. Dinner was much more satisfying than it was flling like it was going to be.
Another reason dinner was so lovely would be a fella, my friend Herb Yamanaka. Very possibly the nicest man in the world. At least tied for the nicest man in the world. Every year he spends I don't even know how much time behind the lathe machine, making everyone on board an original wooden bowl or things like it, and they're wonderful. He works for the Oregon Ducks origination so go Ducks!!!
Tomorrow we'll be arriving to Cedros at about 7 in the am. We're going to plan on wind, and we're going to plan on some good tailing to go along with a good time.
Fishing reports for lake claiborne 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.