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|🗺️ Location||LAKE LEON|
|⏰ Fast Updates||Every day|
|🐟 Species||All Species|
|🗓️ Next Update||Tomorrow|
You also can get helpful information from the Fishing Forecast.
Hello October and hello you all and welcome back to the Polaris Supreme. We were off for a week if you didn't notice. The crew, we all did our own thing except for Tuesday and Wednesday we all got together for a little maintenance. And now we're back out here. We all came back to the boat talking about how great we cook wahoo. "I cooked it this way, you should try it". "Oh no, you should try it my way". Basically I think wahoo is just good. We left for 2 days this morning and we're pumped. We had a report of a floating kelp pattie that was producing good days for many boats this morning so we thought we'd give it a try too. Thankfully it was all rigged up with a flag and a reflector and stuff because the sun was getting low by the time we made it out there and I'm not sure we would have found it without it. Anyways like most rigged kelps there was a school with it and it bit pretty well for us for about an hour and then it got dark. The fish were tuna. A bit on the smaller side but that's what's around and that's what everyone's been catching so we were cool with it too.
Tomorrow we're hoping to get down and crazy with some dorado. We heard of a zone with some floating kelp with schools of those colorful fish and we're going to try and find some.
We have a new PA system on board and that thing pumps. Holy Toledo can that thing put out some power. I think I could take that thing to Petco Park and announce a Padre game with it. Just some more raw power for the Polaris Supreme.
Another fantastic day out here for us. We had a great nights sleep. The boat just gently rocked us to sleep just like a baby. We tried for a gray bite but only caught one. It didn't take long looking for a school before we found one. We short stopped 15 yellowfin and then it didn't take long to find another deal and that one was good for a 2 hour drift. When that dried up it didn't take long to find another one and that one was good for a 2 1/2 hour drift. After that it was lunch time and we're pretty much done with the yellowfin. We spent the last half of the day looking for bluefin unsuccessfully. We're going to head for some new grounds. And by that I mean some water I can't remember ever fishing in. We have reports of some bluefin schools so we're going to check it out. We'll be there first thing. I'll let you know.
The weather today got interesting. It stayed pretty much windless through out the day so it remained similar to a lake, but around 9:00 in the AM it started dumping rain on us. And I mean dumping. Everyone on board scrambled for there rain gear. I got to try out my new Aftco raincoat and it worked great. During the down pour the lightning that was around got pretty darn close so I had everyone go indoors to wait it out. It didn't take long to pass and we continued fishing and catching. After that it stayed dry the rest of the day. The boat got a nice fresh water rinse.
Today was just one of those days for us. Well, I was controlling where we fished so I guess I just had one of those days. No, we're a team out here, WE had one of those days. We zigged instead of zagged. We turned left instead of right. During our zig, we found two kelps that were truly loaded with nice looking tuna according to my machines, but darn-it if they wouldn't bite. We have to figure they were kelps that got fished the day before and needed more time to recoup. During that time, there was a small area of kelps being found that were holding Dorado and mostly small tuna, but they were all taken by the time we made it in there. We tried to pick off one into the east and then north but we never could find much before we ran out of time. We scratched out a bit more than 50 mixed fish today so it wasn't a total loss. We just had one of those days.
The weather right now couldn't be better. We deserve it. We had a windy few days to start out the trip. All and all it was a great trip. A great group and good fishing. We'll be home tomorrow and back out for another 5 shortly there after.
As of now I'd pick Mark to win the "Biggest Loser" competition. Chef David made an amazing lasagna last night and Justin had a big ole piece while Mark ate a salad. Who would of thought our hill- billy, poor grammar speaking Mark "the crow" Clark would pass up lasagna for a salad. Next thing you know he may exercise during his way... OK, I can't even finish writing that it sounds so ridiculous.
There was plenty of action. The guys are having a great time. Our weather is ok not great, not bad. There is a little bit better sign of albacore. They are improving from what it has been recently. We will fish the yellowtail again tomorrow and save the last couple of days for tuna fishing. For dinner we had turkey breast with sausage bread stuffing and a sage wine sauce. So goodnight and wish us good luck for tomorrow!Thanks! Tommy and crew
We had a nice afternoon hooking fish landing was okay lot of tackle failures
and losses to the sharks! But we still managed to put a nice afternoon
together. It's absolutely a beautiful grade of fish! Most of the anglers
hooked for five of these fish! We are having to fish the 30 and 40 lb. test
to get a bite here. Not ideal for getting the larger Tuna away from the
sharks. Hopefully they bite heaver line tomorrow!
Fishing reports for lake leon 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.