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Holy moly was it hot and humid today. Starting today early the sweat was on. My mom brought the little one down and the poor little girl was sweating worse than me. She probably doesn't care though. We left on our annual Bogart 2 day trip. So we fished a little this afternoon and we'll fish tomorrow. We got a couple tanks of anchovy today with just a few sardine mixed in. We have a bit of mackerel left over that we'll use. We fished for yellows this afternoon. We reached the honey hole at 4:00. Of course conditions did a complete 180. Current wise. The water was still blue and warm but the current was opposite to what the yellers have enjoyed here as of late. So we saw no sign of yellowtail. After a couple anchor jobs we gave up on them and anchored in tight to the kelp and we caught some assorted rockfish and bass and such. Now we're headed out to who knows where. I have a couple places in mind. I'm going to wait and here the evening reports from the other boats before deciding.
There is a few things as of late I wanted to tell y'all about that I forgot to. I finally saw the green flash! Kind of cool I guess. I wasn't looking for it this time. Maybe that's the ticket. I just happened to look over and poof, the sun turned green for a flash. The lightening show the other night was amazing. Especially the part I missed while I was in bed sleeping. And we saw a wave cloud I think. I think it was a wave cloud. It looked like a wave rolling through. Or a side ways tornado. There was 0 wind, and all the sudden that thing came through and it got super windy but just for 30 seconds or less and then it was gone and the wind went back to 0. Pretty cool I thought. Done.
There were plenty of seiners. Our weather continues to be good. As we dine on steak and lobster we are looking forward to tomorrow to do some kelping. Our web master who handles all our updates will be out fishing himself for the next few days, so there won't be any reports posted until Thursday. Give Susan a call if you have any questions. Thanks and wish us luck.Tommy and crew
The Bluefin started biting before sunrise and like a broken record, more than their share got away, we went 10 for about 25 on the 45-55 pound Bluefin, the hot ticket being the flatfall. After sunrise, the plump Yellowfin bit for several hours, being caught primarily on flylined 20 pound.
Just finishing up our three day trip here with some great local yellow fin Tuna!
We leave on our Beck eight day trip tomorrow!
7 yellowtail 109 calico bass 63 barracuda. Plenty of bites but with the lack of yellowtail we have decided to head offshore starting tomorrow. We recommend having a 20-30lb rod for kelps and smaller grade tuna and another rod with 40-60lb preferably with a 2 speed reel for fish over 50lbs. Flourocarbon is always recommended when we are offshore. Be prepared to fish flylined baits, sinker rigs and flat falls.
Fishing reports for rmnp 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.