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Good evening Polaris Supreme fans. Checking in from the tuna grounds. This morning started out at at with kites in the sky and lines in the water right away. We were hoping to start the day off by seeing a school of Skipjack or small tuna below the boat to use as bait, but they didn't seem to find us. Foe those who don't know, that is candy for giant yellowfin. As the progressed, we did however see an increase in shark life. That seemed to be the trend today. We did manage to land a handful of tuna from 50-100 lbs, with Bill Mikkelson leading the pack with a nice 169 lb tuna. At the the age of 84, he's still showing the young guys how it's done. There was certainly good sign of life as we drove around trolling for wahoo, which we managed to throw another handful of on deck. Speaking of wahoo, Chef Mike served an amazing wahoo melt sandwich today for lunch that was to die for. A slow day of fishing can always be cured by a nice eal, and Mike never fails to deliver.
So, tomorrow we fight on and hope to get on that one school that wants to chew for us. That's all it takes. Thanks for checking in and til tomorrow, this is the boys on the Supreme saying good night
Jed and the crew
Seems the Yellowtail are in spawn mode. We found multiple kelps with enough Yellows on them for limits for this boat and another, if they would have wanted to bite! IF! We managed to find an area with schools of Bluefin that were not very user friendly, lost one. One Yellowtail fell for a live sardine and that was our day. Some days luck is on your side, other days it's just not. But that's fishin for ya.
Fishing reports for lake oneida 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.