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|🗺️ Location||PHILPOTT LAKE|
|⏰ Fast Updates||Every day|
|🐟 Species||All Species|
|🗓️ Next Update||Tomorrow|
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We fished today with all our buds. Obviously it was the best game in town. We had boats from San Diego up to Ventura all nestled in sharing the same honey hole. 15 of us to be exact. It all worked out though. It was a nice spread of fish. Everyone was able to scratch. Scratch, scratch, scratch. From after daylight until after lunch. Then things went dead for the most part, so we pulled anchor and found a nice school to drift on. After a long drift the day was pretty much over. We drove around, made another anchor job but the fish were done. Just like us. We're done for the week. It's up to you whether or not we fish this next up coming weekend. Halloween weekend. See you there?
Oh, the fish today were tuna. Yellowfin. Smaller. We had a couple handfuls of 30-40 pounders first thing, but as soon as the current picked up, for some reason the bigguns split. So we stayed busy with the smaller ones. Veal. Oh, and they found sardine again. Loaded up. So don't worry 10 dayers.
Polaris Supreme Trip Update 11-18-2013
Where, oh where are the fish hiding? We traveled in a northerly direction all day, prospecting in some very fishy-looking water, without much success. Nice, clean, warm water too. That's why it's called "fishing" and not "catching". We stayed within view of the Baja coast virtually the entire day. Very, very rugged and remote coastline, with the occasional extremely small village, and/or primitive fishing "camp". Many discussions on the boat about how these spots get their water, fuel, food, etcetera in order to live. Our route also put us in a position to have to dodge what seemed like hundreds of lobster traps dotting the immediate coast.
Our weather finally kicked up a notch, after spoiling us for the past eight days. Nothing major, but heading uphill with a fifteen knot breeze is making for an interested ride. I suppose the best description for now would be "bumpy". A nicely presented dinner of filet mignon with crabcakes, potatoes, and asparagus was served, along with a raspberry sorbet for dessert. We'll continue the hunt for some yellowtail on our way home, as this trip winds down.
We'll check back later, hopefully with some positive results from our prospecting. Mike would like to wish his lovely wife Jenny a very happy anniversary. We don't know exactly what time our arrival will be at the dock on Wednesday morning, but if you're meeting the boat, give Susan a call at the office on Tuesday night for an update, and a more accurate ETA.
Your anonymous correspondent signing off ...
Fishing reports for philpott lake 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.