Well the rocks didn't disappoint us. We had decent fishing on Wahoo, Yellowtail, and some Grouper. All the Wahoo were nice quality fish, and the Yellowtail were in the 20 to 30 pound range. What a day we had.
Our weather improved just a little, but we have 15+ knots of breeze now. We are moving north trying to find more Yellowtail and may be a Halibut or two. We still have lots of time, and hungry anglers. So until tomorrow, wish us luck. The R/p crew.
For a complete season schedule on the Royal PolarisCLICK HERE then call 619-226-8030 for more information and to book your trip.
Eclipse Sportfishing has a 2.5 day private charter with a few open spots departing TONIGHT! This trip is the infamous AHI charter that has been taking place for the past 21 years. After a 4 year hiatus, chartermaster Dallas decided it was time to resurrect it on the Eclipse. If you have a long range attitude, enjoy loud music and want to bloody the decks, don't miss out on this charter!
Price is $600 and includes meals and a t-shirt. Departure time is 8 pm. Give Sharla a call at 619-995-6880 to make your reservation NOW! Reservations can also be made by visiting our website at [link]
Well today felt like we were back on a long range trip, very steady Tuna action all afternoon. It was such good fishing I hardly had time to get a couple of photos. We have another day down here on the Ridge and then it’s time to start the move back up the line so we are going to look at another spot in the morning and hope we have our good luck going on still.
Hello everyone, we have had good yellowfin tuna fishing the last couple of days along with a few dorado. We did have an unusual jig strike on the trek south, a wahoo bit the jigs that was about 3 pounds and about 20 more bit our jigs that were about the 4-8 pounds, we released all to live and grow up to fight another day. With the warm water this year there have been lots of out of the ordinary sights for us. We plan on giving the rocks a try tomorrow so wish is luck. The Indy guys
Marina Del Rey Sportfishing checking in this evening with 4 trips out today. They caught 7 Calico Bass, 5 Sand Bass, 59 Sheephead, 30 Whitefish, 515 Rockfish, 3 Bonito, 150 Sculpin, 40 Perch, and 60 Red Snapper.
Trips are on line daily.
Call for reservations at 310-822-3625 and get hooked up.
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Eclipse Awesome Day of Bluefin Tuna and More, Adam is Live
Adam is live from the Eclipse out of Seaforth Landing. They had a awesome 1.5 day trip ending up with 50 bluefin tuna, 120 yellowtail, a bunch of rockfish, bointo and skipjack. Pumped up with great fall fishing Adam is live below to tell you all about it.
The Eclipse has trips for you.
Book right on line or call 619-995-6880 for reservations.
Scott is live with a wrap-up report from the Condor out of Fishermans Landing. Great trip with over 150+ mixed fish, bluefin tuna, yellowfin tuna, and yellowtail. Awesome fall fishing and Capptain Tuna is here to tell you all about it below.
The Condor has another 1.5 day trip leaving Monday and Wed nights.
Ollie the voice of HM Landing checking in this evening with more great fishiing. The top gun has 200 yellowfin on the boat so far with 44 dorado, 20 bluefin and 150 yellows. Good action on the 3/4 day Malihini with 101 yellowtail, 3 halibut, and more. the 1/2 day runs had a good mixed bag and the chief calling in with 330 ellowfin, 60 dorado, 2 sahoo, and 54 yellowtail.
So much great action goiing on at HM Landing. Trips go daily. Call 619-222-1144 for all trip information and reservations.
Hooks Landing checked in as the Mew Hustler came in from an overnight trip with 209 rockfish, 1 cabazon, 30 fat lings, and 2 whitefish. The Coroloma had a 3/4 day trip today with 135 rockfish, 7 lings, and 2 white fish.
Trips go daily. Call 805-382-6233 for all the info and reservations.
Just now unloaded another fine catch. Sea Adventure 80 / Fish Killer. We loved the enormous run of Yellowfin Tuna all 2014, the small, medium, large and extra large Bluefish tuna were fantastic.
Now the super Dorado fishing in the fall has been and is on going a blast! These larger than normal Dorado have been both hard to land and easy to hook! Dorado are very aggressive feeders and swim very fast.
All the fish are very healthy to eat and of course lots of fun to catch. Thank you very much for your support and patronum this El Nino Season. See you next year, we are now taking bookings for the 2015 season.
Get your dates in soon. Thanks again Scott McD (619) 247-8971 Cell
Jeremy checking in live from the Spitfire 3/4 day run out of Marina Del Rey Sportfishing. They loaded the sacks today won the sheephead, rockfish and more. Jeremy is letting you know they have trips going all week leaving at 6:30.
Call for reservations at 310-822-3625 and hook up with the Spitfire.
Tino is checking in from the Freedom as they are heading home from a 2 day trip. Nothing wide open but made a good trip of it with 31 bluefin to 25 pounds. They also had 4 yellowfin, 1 dorado, 10 yellowtail to 30 pounds, 1 dorado, 12 bonito and all the rockfish you could want to fill the sacks and white fish to 10 pounds.
They go again tonight and are on line all week long. Call 22nd Street Landing for info and reservations at 310-832-8304.
John is live from the Condor out of Fishermans Landing as they tried something a bit different today and it paid off. A lite load with just 20 anglers picked up yellowfin, bluefin, and yellowtail this morning and now they are picking away at the Bluefin again.
The Condor has another 1.5 day trip leaving Monday night. Call 619-221-8500 for info and reservations.
The Thunderbird out of Daveys Locker checking in this afternoon as they are wrapping up the day. Just 18 anglers out today sacked 35 yellowtail, with 6 skip jack, 58 bonito, and lots of bottom fish to round out the sacks.
They go again Tuesday night with trips on line all week. Call 949-673-1434 for trip information and reservations.
Rick docked up the Oceanside 95 this morning at Helgrens Sportfishing with a little slower fishing for the guys. They picked awya at the bluefin for 23 fish with 7 yellowfin, 6 big bonito, and some bottom fish to top of the sacks.
They go again Monday morning for a 5 to 5 trip with an overnight Island special leaving Tuesday night. Call Helgrens and get on the Big O at 760-722-2133.
Fishing on the World Famous EL BUDSTER. Josh Kuntz and Scott Zhang from Britis Columbia, CAN catches and releases a 130 lb. STRIPED MARLIN It was attracted by a Black Bart Lure ( TAITHIAN PROWLER / Blue /Pink / Silver ) and caught on the live Caballito. The fighting time was 35 min. They also caught three DORADO ( 25 lb. to 30 lb. ) All the fish were caught 16 to 18 miles from Cabo.
We just got to fishing today with the travel down, we did stop a couple times yesterday and picked up a few Yellowtail but officially today as far as I’m concern the clock started. We took today’s slot at the Rocks for our swing at the Wahoo and we did manage to get a few handfuls in the morning into lunchtime but no afternoon delight today. We are changing zip codes as we speak and hope for some hot and heavy action in our future. Did get a few photos of the gang today with their fish.
A nice relaxing day of travel with a slight breeze out of the northwest helping us along. We all enjoyed the day swapping fish stories from trips past, and just getting caught up with one another. Catching up on some rest with naps, reading, and just taking it all in, what a job/passion we all have for this Pacific setting. A big poker game was the major galley festivity for the day along with some good eats. Speaking of good eating we are sitting down to enjoy some fresh Caught Mahi-Mahi dinner as we had a short stop on Big Dorado's. We caught just enough for a good dinner, then continued south. Another gorgeous sunset Tonight.
The morning started off a little on the slow side. After some searching in a new area, we found what we were looking for, tuna biting everything in the water. The fish were all mixed up as far as size goes from release models to 30 pounds. We spent the afternoon engaged in cast and swing style fishing. At dinner our weary anglers were happily recounting stories of the day's battles.
Pictorial honors today go to Captain Willy Cloyes and his wahoo. Caught while we were in search mode.