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May 31, 2023 pine lake Fishing Report
Ryan Bostian called in to give this report for the San Diego. "I'm calling to give you guys the Coronado Island fish report. Today we went out with 52 passengers and we came back with 74 Yellowtail. Coronado Islands just keeps kick'in them out. 60% of our fish were 6 to 10 lbs, & 40% were 20 to 30 lbs. Come on out with us and enjoy a great time fishing. Call Seaforth Sportfishing for more information or to make a reservation 619-224-3383.
May 30, 2023 pine lake Fishing Report
Today we arrived at the Island late in the day. We did not see much on our way down the east side, We started to see a little life once we reached the southern part of the island. However it was late in the day and we were not able to connect.
Hopefully we can get it started here tomorrow!
May 29, 2023 pine lake Fishing Report
Captain Ryan Bostian checked in late last night. We had very good fishing again today at the Coronado Islands. Today we had 21 anglers catch 85 Yellowtail and 51 Bonito. These Yellowtail are the coastal models and are much bigger than the Yellowtail being caught offshore right now. There are some fish that are in the 10 pound class. Then there are lots of fish coming in between 12 and 20 pounds. So they are nice quality fish.
We are catching the fish on fly-lined sardines, yoyo jigs and surface iron. It really depends upon where we are fishing.
Please be prepared with a 25 pound bait stick with live bait hooks (1 or 1o). Also bring a 40 pound outfit with Salas 6x Jrs. And a long rod if you what to fish the surface iron.
May 28, 2023 pine lake Fishing Report
Drew Henderson brought Tommy Rothery's Polaris Supreme home after a five-day trip with 24 anglers to Guadalupe Island. He said he got some fish at Westy's Hole, but the sharks were bad there.
Marco Ramirez of Torrance won first place for a 74.8-pound tuna. He nabbed the yellowfin on a sardine and a 2/0 Gamakatsu hook. He said he used 40-pound Seaguar fluoprocarbon and 80-pound Power Pro Spectra on a Sealine 50 reel and a five and a half-foot Lamiglas rod. He remarked that he almost got too tired to reel during the one-hour fight.
Michael Rayner of LA was second, for a 71.2-pounder, and Rodger Kang of Fresno tied him with a tuna of exactly the same size.
May 27, 2023 pine lake Fishing Report
Mason and Gage with a couple of our 83 yellowfin tuna. Finesse live bait was once again the star.
May 26, 2023 pine lake Fishing Report
13 bluefin tuna from 40 to 80 lbs and 2 yellowtail. Come prepared with a 25 lb setup for kelp fish and smaller tuna. A 40 or 50 lb setup for flylining sardines at the 60-80 lb tuna and a 60 or 80 lb setup for flatfalling. Fluorocarbon is a must as well as size 1 to 2/0 circle hooks. Come take advantage of this rare opportunity to catch a true trophy fish in local waters without trolling.
May 25, 2023 pine lake Fishing Report
From Brook Trout to Big Yellowtail!
Siblings Tom and Mary Chaparro have been fishing buddies since the early days. They started out catching Brook and Golden Trout in the mountains when they were kids, now catching Yellowfin Tuna and Yellowtail on Toms annual 7 day trip. Keep it up you two!
A tad bit breezy today, but still plenty comfortable.
Will report again tomorrow,
May 24, 2023 pine lake Fishing Report
I would like to tell you about a couple of charters I have that are looking to fill a few spots.
(1) May 28-29 2 day trip out of Santa Barbara, looking for 5 people to make 20 for the trip. Hunt for sea bass, halibut, bass and rockfish. contact Alan @ (562) 281-6563
(2) 2.5 day trip out of San Diego limited to 15 people contact Steve @ 714 272 4395.
Good luck and good fishing.
Weekly Fishing Reports
Fishing reports for pine 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.