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Polaris Supreme update 08-16-2012 JP. Wrap Up.
Thank you very much Eric Rogger and gang for making it a fun filled five days. We hope you all enjoyed your time aboard as much as the crew enjoyed fishing with you. It was really a spectacular catch to see once it was all laid out on the deck this morning. The jack pot winners were again up there in the 40 pound range, with One Hour To Glory, Doug Aihara coming in first place with a 47.2 lb.
yellowfin tuna. Second place went to Robert McKlemurry with his 42.6 lb. yellowfin. And rounding it off in third place was Shely Fried with a 40.6 lb. yellowfin. All the pictures from this last trip are posted up on the Polaris Supreme website and the Polaris Supreme Facebook page for your viewing. Just click on photos, then click on 2012, then click on 08/11/2012 Eric Rogger. We hope we see you all back again next year.
No fishing today - it was all catching. Wide open dorado, yellowfin, and 30 plus wahoo. Did not matter what you cast into the ocean - sardines, maggie bay mackeral, wahoo iron and bombs - it was all awesome.Big dorado of the 30 lb variety, wahoo up to 40 lb and 15 to 30 lb yellowfin. Constant "catching" all day with only breaks to tie on new hooks and leaders. The crew show'd their experience as 17 anglers, all hooked up at the same time with flying dorado all over the place, untangled, gaffed and tagged with seamless ease. Everyone is tired and happy and settling in after a fine dinner of seared wahoo with mango ginger sauce, risotto followed by blackberry pie ala mode. Whats next? Heading after big tuna tomorrow and hoping for more of the same. A big hello to Terra and Finn. and also a big hello to Allison from Jim.
O.T.R. Lon Mikkelsen
Really wanted to bite today. Limits for passengers and crew, then we released them for an hour. Yes, we actually had to let Bluefin go.
Good evening folks. Turn around day today. In and out. Unload, fuel, cherish baby, load, load and go. That's how it goes down. The bait receivers was fun. Turns out all that rain we got may have effected the sardine we get there. It's speculation but things weren't right. We got some bait though. Some good sardine and some good mackerel. Yellowtail bait. Tommy is back on board for this trip and he's decided to start off tailing tomorrow. We're going to tail our butts off. We'll see how it goes tomorrow but we most likely will get our tuna on the day after.
Getting to know your crew: I've told you Mark is trying to bring his weight down. Well Justin is in the same mode so I had an idea. They're both throwing 50 bucks down. He who loses the most weight by October 1, or the closest date we have a scale to October 1 takes the money. Now that's a battle. We have a couple of hungry crew members for sure.
My rivals are on board this trip. Many San Francisco Giant fans. Uugh. It just so happens that a 3 game series between them and my Pads start tonight. I'm actually listening to the game now. 4-2 Pads in the 7th. Now I know this is a fishing blog but it's a travel day. You love it anyways. I'll talk fishing tomorrow.
and go Pads!
Fishing reports for navajo nation 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.