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21 pass. Full Mexican Limits of yellowtail and a few red rockcod. Yo yo jigs on 40 lb mono, surface iron on 40 lb mono and flyline bait on 20 or 25 lb. we’re all producing.
Saturday Aug. 4th, 2012
Hello from the bridge of the fabulous Polaris Supreme.
Fishing for Saturday was another mixed bag out here on the offshore tuna grounds.
Like yesterday, it started out slow, but by mid day we had found our stride and started connecting with those beautiful 35-45 lb yellowfin tuna. We scratched at them all afternoon and by the end of the day, we had put another fantastic day together. We also came upon a nice school of Blufin to cap things off.
The rack of lamb dinned with all the trimmings was a great way to end things. Chef Schooler has been fatting us up nicely.
Weather is still good and knowing the potential for Sunday, well were pretty pumped up!
Check back tomorrow for a detailed recap.
Todays report was compiled by Charter Head Tom Chaparro.
There are still spots open on our 1.5 day leaving tomorrow! There are biting yellowfin and bluefin to be had!
We had another slow day today darn it. It's crazy how fast things change out here. One day you're gettinum and the next day you're not. We tried for a few yellows this morning and caught to less than that. It wasn't long before we were out in the deeps hunting tuna. We saw very little. We covered alot of ground today for a few over 20 on the tuna. They were mostly jig strikes spread out throughout the day.
The weather out here is fantastic and we're enjoying our ride up. I can smell the filet's on the grill now Oscar style. Thanks again Archie, the group was great. We'll be in tomorrow and yes, departing on another 5 day.
We had a pretty good day of yellowtail fishing today. It wasn't wide open and it wasn't slow either. Just some steady picking through out most of the day. It didn't rain so that was cool. I'm really drawing a blank on what to write here so I think I'll keep it short. There's nothing significant to tell you all about. Mark didn't wear the dunce helmet today and nobody fell in the water or told a good joke. Just some steady picking of the yellows. We're heading back to the bluefin grounds to give it another try at those beauts. The weather rolling up is just fantastic and we're expecting more of it tomorrow. Oh yeah! The seared bluefin we had for dinner tonight was very very good. It was paired with edaname, these super tasty green beans and some just delicious tasting mashed potatoes so there you have it. Sweet dreams all.
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
Fishing reports for lake wanahoo 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.