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Captain Andrew Viola called in today at 10:33 AM with update from the Pacifica out of Seaforth Sportfishing in Mission Bay. We returned this morning from a 1.5 day trips. We had good action yesterday on the Bluefin Tuna. We had a total of 45 Bluefin Tuna. We had two Bluefin over 300 pounds (356 and 353). We also had three Bluefin Tuna over 200 pounds. Then we had about 12 nice fish weighing in between 80 and 180 pounds. Late in the day we found a good school of 30 to 40 pound fish. We had about about 25 of this nice fish. It was good action right before the sun went down. Good fishing and good weather.
Next few trips are overnights going for Yellowfin and Dorado. Our next Bluefin trip departs on Monday night.
UPDATE: I just talked to Andrew and the 356 pounder is a boat record.
We stopped the boat once today and didn’t move until it was time to go home. We ended up with 123 yellowfin 53 bluefin. Live bait has been best but we had our fair share of bites on the Shimano colt sniper. 100 gram was the best size.
Well, as promised we left on another trip today. This one being an LA Rod and Reel Club long range 2 day trip. We got a nice jump on things. We were done getting bait and leaving the harbor by 11:00 this morning which allowed us to get to the tuna grounds by 5:00 this evening which allowed us to find a school of yellowfin before dark which allowed for most of the anglers on board to catch at least one which allowed me to feel satisfied about our day today. Catching fish on a departure day. Those fish were free. Tomorrows the true day. That's when we get real nasty. So right now we're anchored up in the cove of an island and I couldn't be happier about it. For the last week at night this boat has been running. We've always been traveling somewhere so it feels real nice to be on anchor with the engines off. It's even better that we're in a protected cove. It's like being in the bay. I can't speak for everyone on board but I'm pretty sure I'll be sleeping with my thumb in my mouth tonight. Until tomorrow....
The Tribute checekd in with us today with 88 fat Yellowfin Tuna and 54 Skipjack for their angler’s today. Most of the fish came during a wide open bite first thing in the morning.
Tuesday, July 9th, 2013
Good evening, friends. Awesome day out here on the Supreme. No need to get too wordy about things today, we had a super day. Well, it was more like a super 5-hour drift on 40-60 lb. Bluefin and the rest of the day was spent enjoying beautiful weather. All in all, I consider today to be just terrific and I gave Drew's mustache a high five to show my approval. Y'all should too.
From 10:00 hours until 15:00 hours, we plunked away at that stellar grade of fish and when the dust settled, we had just shy of 100 of those beauties all while enjoying a bronze in flat calm weather. You can't beat that, you can't! It was some of the better action on BFT in recent years and we had some real flurries with at least 10 fish hanging at one time. It was very nice! Everybody had a shot at a few of those bruisers and we're pumped about or day.
We didn't really have time to take a lot of photos because we were so busy. Sorry, Riddler but know that the BFT look exactly like the ones from prior trips and they are chillin' super fresh in the RSW well. Sometimes, you've just got to make a drop.
Anyhow, we're going to do this for one more day and then see about heading to one of our favorite Yellowtail spots on Thursday. Things are really looking up right now and the Yellowtail grounds are no different. Really good fishing on some 'tails right now and we're looking at that with mouths agape. But, we still have some business to attend to with my favorite fish in the ocean, the Bluefin tuna.
Awesome weather, awesome fishing, awesome blossoms. See ya!
Our fishing took a big step in the right direction today. We landed 9 bluefin from 30 to 140 lbs. very good sign of 25-75 pounders. Come prepared with a variety of line sizes from 25-80 lb.
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