976-Tuna teams up with the New Lo-An out of Point Loma for a 1.5 day trip leaving Friday night June 2 at 8 pm. This trip will be heading out on an Offshore freelance trip on the hunt for tuna, yellowtail, and more. Price is $300.00, normal price is $350.00Meals and permits not included and will be collected on the boat. Simply CLICK HEREto book right on line or call for reservations at 310-328-8426. PASSPORT IS Required on this one. Charter Master Sophia and Keith
We struggled all trip with current conditions and finally on our last day of fishing we enjoyed steady current. With the good conditions came steady fishing as we had fish hooked all day long. Mike Barrera picked up a 223lb fish that was our only cow but we had many fish in the high 100’s. We are now headed up the line hoping that our Wednesday weather forecast changes.
Fishermans Landing Long Range Update - The Royal Star - Improvement
Marked improvement in sign today; and production reflected such. I wouldn't go as far to say that it met our high aspirations, but by the current standards of success we were pleased to see the area surrounding the island come to life, and to have something to work on. Right now every one landed counts big time, and is sincerely appreciated. There were about thirty of those appreciable moments by the time darkness fell. That's thirty more than we had at dawn. Success.
So comes the final day tomorrow. As diverse as conditions around here have been there is no telling what may be. Just about every day thus far has been vastly different. I expect the same tomorrow; hoping of course that the difference will be beneficial to our cause. Photo today features Royal Star angler Ray Fassio who is visiting the giant tuna precincts for his first time. Ray ended the day right with this clean, 120 pound model.
H&M Landing checking in with your Report for Sunday. The Premier on 1/2 day runs picked up 1 perch 2 bass and 2 sculpin.
Trips on line daily including lobster trips with the Old Glory going for a 1.5 day Friday night and they are a go. Listen in for all the trip information and CLICK HERE to book on line or call 619-222-1144 for reservations.
Marina Del Rey Sportfishing checking in with the Betty O out on a 3/4 day run today ending up with 40 sculpin and 5 calicos for just 8 anglers. The New Del Mar on two 1/2 day trips picked up 21 sand bass, 14 calicos, and 45 sculpin.
Trips are on line daily including twilight on the weekends. Call 310-822-3625 for all trip information and reservations.
The Premier is scheduled to depart today at 1pm for 1/2 day fishing! Book Online Now! The Old Glory is running for sure departing Friday night fishing for Yellowtail/Rockcod! (Valid passport required) Book Online Now! 3/4 day, 1/2 day, lobster hooping and whale watching trips are scheduled to depart daily! Book Online Now!
The 3rd Annual WESTERN OUTDOOR NEWS / H & M LANDING San Diego Offshore Jackpot Tournament is Thursday, June 29th! Join us for the largest, most exciting fishing competition on the west coast! Choose your winning boat and book today! Make this a new yearly tradition with friends & family!
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Today was a very tough day of fishing. We had a nice breeze (much appreciated after yesterday’s scorcher), a decent current throughout the day, and almost nothing, other than Dr. Pete’s, 165 morning bait fish to show for it by 4:00PM. With no kite action (going on two days) and no pickups of any kind, we had pretty much given up hope of seeing another fish for the day. We still wound up with a very slow pick, but at least just before sundown, a handful of tuna showed up biting the kite as well as bait. No monsters amongst them, but good quality tuna just the same.
The Accurate reel from yesterday still went unclaimed as no tuna over 200 was brought in today. This spot has obviously been very good to us over the last several days, and Jonathan figures we owe it at least one more morning to see if the fish decide they want to bite again. From the reports we are getting the alternatives are no better, so we we’ll fish for all we’re worth tomorrow, and if things are looking the same as today and yesterday, we’re outa here and will give another location a chance to finish off the trip for the last half day or so before heading to Cabo.
No one’s complaining that they don’t have enough fish so although we never get tired of catching them, if it doesn’t happen then it doesn’t happen. Food continues to be outstanding, varied, and plentiful, other than occasionally too hot, the weather has been perfect, the fishing has been excellent, and the crew and fellow passengers are friendly and exuberant. What more could one ask for?
James and the crew of The Grande would like to thank all who fished with them this year and for making 2016 so much fun! Remember, it's never to early to start booking for 2017. I have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on the Grande in the last few years. Once on-board, You will notice new engines and generators, which are much quieter, smoother and more reliable. You will also notice a new 200 scoop bait tank. I have also installed a new fresh water maker and water tanks as well as several new systems that are invisible to the fisherman's eye but improve the operation of the vessel, such as new hydraulic steering, fish hold refrigeration system, satellite phone, radars and engine room/deck cameras. As many of my regular customers know, I spare no expense in keeping the Grande at the forefront of the 1 to 3 day fleet. The Grande is also available for private charters for just about any type of outing. We are certified to carry up to 100 passengers (44 on overnight voyages) for local trips, such as whale watching, bird watching, harbor tours, Parade of lights, weddings or various other types of parties. We are also available for marine research trips, marine transportation and field trips. Click Herefor charter rates.
To book a private charter on the Grande or for any boat information, you can email James at firstname.lastname@example.org It's Not Big It's Grande
The Chief out of H&M Landing once again teams up with 976-TUNA for a 2 day trip leaving Friday night March 24 at 7 pm. This will be a freelance trip heading down the Baja coast for yellowtail, rockfish, and what ever happens to swim by. Just a few spots left.
FRIDAY NIGHT MARCH 24
Cost of the trip is just $300. Meals and permits are not ncluded and will be collected on the boat. Passports are required on this trip. CLICK HERE to book right on line or call 310-328-8426 or Rick at 310-750-7583 to book your spots.
Earl the Pearl McVicar is Chartermaster on this one.
Keeping it going here. Giant yellowfin are here and biting. Some days better then others. Stoked to head back out on a 3.5 tonight. Wish us luck. Capt Keith.
Contact us at E-mail, Constitutionsportfishing.com or our 877-304-5094. There are spots available on our upcoming trips. More pictures to follow this incredible trip. See you down here. Capt Keith, Capt Jesus, Capt Evaristo & deckboss Albino.
Fishermans Landing Long Range Update - The Royal Star
Same story here today. We battled our way to a fair score at best in the face of a worthy adversary. Right now this zone is not feeling kindly toward us. Aside from the weather, which today was glorious, our tormentors were abundant, and widely distributed. From a lack of fish, to a lack of fish biting that we did find, to aggressive packs of sand paper skinned locals with seemingly insatiable appetites for more than a few of those we did fool onto the lines, the deck was squarely stacked against us.
It wasn't all pain and woe however. This group is taking the drubbing in stride recognizing that we still have plenty of time, and regardless of current production, or lack thereof, the show must go on. And on it did. A mid day lunch break, that featured high (octane) spirits and a good old fashioned outdoor barbecue set the exact tone that we were looking for. In a scenic setting that can only be described as surreal we stopped the boat, took in the spectacular surroundings, whooped it up mightily, enjoyed a feast fit for a king, then set back out to the grounds after the appreciated by all, incredible respite.
No matter what we do, or how hard we try there are times when the fishing falls flat. Another card or two in the stack, only to be played in the most needful times, can go a long way toward enhancing the vacation aspect of these adventures. Today the time was right. Another day in paradise awaits us tomorrow as we continue to ply the waters waiting for conditions to repatriate the tuna to this sacred outpost. The guarantee in all this is that we will continue working toward the goal of making a worthy catch to the last minute possible. Armed now to the teeth with perfect bait and anglers ready for vengeance, say a prayer for these tuna if they get close to us with an appetite now.
Photo today features long time Royal Star veteran and friend Chip Mezin with his first “photo worthy” tuna of the voyage, a fat, 160 pound model.
Fishermans Landing Long Range ~ Royal Polaris Be Carefull What You Wish For
Now for today’s particulars: If you’ve been following you know we were fervently hoping for a back off from the wind and a decent current. We woke up this morning to a cloudless sky, a good current that ran strong all day, and zero wind. That you could be this far out in the middle of the Pacific and be grease calm all day, was astounding. We knew we were in trouble when the first beads of sweat began forming around 9 AM! Even assistance from helium balloons failed to keep the kites flying for most of the day and at times you felt like you were baking under the unrelenting sun and heat. Yes, finally you could shoot a bait straight out in nothing flat, but alas, the tuna either didn’t like the change or just took the day off. We only managed to land 4 for the day, and sadly they were not even close to the grade we have come to expect and love. Along with the strong current came some ugly tangles since this was really the first time we had to deal with such conditions, and bait fishing techniques need to adjust a little when it starts flowing hard. Wahoo, however, were a bit more cooperative and we caught 15 skinnys by sundown.
Another reel was there for the taking, but no one came close so it will roll over. By now, everyone has caught lots of big fish and it’s no pressure fishing from here on out. Even a slow day such as this did little to dampen our elevated spirits. We’re sitting tight and hoping for a repeating current tomorrow, this time accompanied by cooperative fish. A little more breeze and clouds would be appreciated also.
It seems when we fish down at the “bank” quite often the phrase “no wonder they named it “hurricane bank” comes up as being over 400 mi offshore it can quite often be choppy. Well today the “bank” could go by a name like “flat calm bank” as the weather was very nice. Fishing at times was slow and there was a mid day lull that lasted a few hours but we had some morning action and it seems like our best consistent action has been in the afternoon. At times we would have multiple fish going and the battles would be epic as these good grade 100-200lb fish take awhile to land on our sardine gear. There were guys that didn’t get a bite but there were some that landed multiple fish and when the sun went down, we had a respectable catch aboard. The guys
Oceanside 95 Rockfish Opener And More Rick Is Live
Rick is live from the Oceanside 95 out of Helgrens Sportfishing letting you know they are on line for the rockfish opener. An overnight trip leaves Tuesday February 28 fishing the first. They also have a 2 day trip leaving Friday March 3.
Rick has all the info live for you below. You can CLICK HERE to book on line or call 760-722-2133 for reservations and ride the Big O.
Ultra Overnight Open Party Trip Goes Thursday March 16
We started the day right with a 209 and a handful of other “stock” 80 – 90 pound fish. After that though it was a real struggle; made more so by the appearance of fish, and worthy conditions, but scant production. So goes the battle. Obviously on the down side of the cycle at present all we can do is bide our time, make the most of what we have to work with, and hope (pray) that some change for the better will occur during the next few days.
On the plus side of the equation we are living the dream in the way of weather and scenery. Every evening that blessed refuge behind the island is a heavily respite that can not be overstated. That piece of tranquility replaces the day's challenges with pure delight. But, admittedly, right dow that delight would be magnified ten times over if some stronger fishing production was part of the package. Needless to say we'll be back at it tomorrow kicking, scratching, and clawing our way along until something changes for the better; or it's time to head home...
Photo today features long time Royal Star veteran and master angler Dale Kurata with his hugely satisfying 209 picked off on the sardine right at daylight. Not without an extraordinary number of travails before triumph this success story is directly attributed solid rigging. Without question this fish would have been long gone with anything less.
Fishermans Landing Long Range ~ Royal Polaris Slowing Down
It turned out to be another very good day on big tuna, even though around 2:00 this afternoon we were stuck on 3 tuna and 3 wahoo. Late afternoon the action picked back up and we wound up landing an additional 12 Yellowfin. You must be as tired of reading about it as we are contending with it, but the total lack of current continues to plague us. It’s actually somewhat amazing that you can spot a floating object, and a half an hour later it’s pretty much in exactly the same area. No, it hasn’t been a burden on kite fishing for most of the trip, but it too saw very little action until late in the day.
Once again, there were some very impressive fish and the average remains 120 and up. Big fish honors today go to Brandon Stevens who landed a 225 off the kite. There was another Accurate reel on the line for a non-kite fish 200 or better and it would have claimed by John Collins who hit the number right on the nose (in addition to a 165 kite fish). John’s bait fish is now the largest non-kite on the boat and this was his second cow of the trip. There were a few other fish in the 190s and Dave Downs got a shower for landing a 150 personal best (beating out 2 other prior p.b.s).
The temperature here is even hotter than the fishing, but a good breeze throughout the day helped out big time. The clock has begun ticking off the number of fishing days left, and the freezers are filling with the current RSW almost full and a second fresh RSW cooling down now and being readied for tomorrow. We’ll do our best to plug that one too in the time remaining.
It was a very busy fishing week from the Marina El Cid in Puerto Morelos this past week and we are expecting many more fishing charters during the next few months as the seasonal weather improves and the beginning of the billfish season that tends to peak during the month of May each year and will include the white and blue marlin along with increased sailfish counts on a daily basis. There were 68 charters this past week that accounted for 3 early season sailfish, 103 bonito, 1 giant Atlantic barracuda, 9 blackfin tuna, 1 shark, 120 chackchi, 57 snappers, 30 triggerfish, 15 amberjack, 3 grunts, 6 sawfish, 1 blue runner, 32 banana fish, & 1 coronado.
PM Climate: A partly cloudy week with a couple of sunny days and daytime temps at 82.4 average with nights at 69.4 degrees. Humidity ration at 68.6%. Monday had morning showers and Thursday some PM shower possibilities.
Sea Conditions: Tropical surface breezes flowing in mostly from the easterly directions at 11mph. Sea temps are stable at 80 degrees in all directions.
Best Bait: The continuation of the ballyhoo baits remain the baits of choice for the anglers and the crews.
Bait Supply: An excellent supply of ballyhoo baits that supplies the entire Marina El Cid Sport Fishing Fleet on a daily basis and comes with the price of the charters.
Our Local Reporter: Ms. Lily Valdez, Fishing Reservationist for the Marina El Cid and local fishing reporter for Puerto Morelos area.
According to Captain Temo Verboonen, there was a very good blue marlin bite the past week using live bait on the down riggers, with the fish averaging about 120kg. Sailfishing was on the slow side, the dorado moved out of the area and the purse seiners moved in on the yellowfin tuna and very few were left over for the anglers. A very different fishing week for the sport fishing anglers and the sport boats. Adding to the change was the full moon phase, too. The cleaner waters are now off shore, starting at about the 10 mile mark. The inshore fishing remains very good for the jack crevalles, bigger Sierra and bonitos, but no roosterfish reported.
IZ Climate: A mostly sunny and warm week with a partly cloudy Wednesday. Daytime temps averaged 84 degrees and the nights at 67.6. Humidity ratio averaged 65%.
Sea Conditions: Water temps are favorable and stable at 83 inshore to 84 off shore. Sea surface breezes flowing mostly from the westerly directions and averages 8-9 mph.
Best Fishing Area: The better blue marlin bite started in the 10 mile mark and outside that area aways.
Best Bait/Lures: Live baits were working best on the down riggers for the blue marlin and the fish were generally in the 250-270 lb. ranges.
Bait Supplies: Live bait was a little difficult this past week for the first time in a long time and that was mostly due to the full moon and very clean waters in the inshore areas. Plenty of freshly caught rigging baits
Our Local Reporter: Captain Temo Verboonen, owner-operator of two super pangas, Sequesto de Amor and Macho Banana.
The super panga action continues to out pace the off shore billfish action by leaps and bounds, albeit, the inshore action produces smaller fish. The inshore action continues to keep the anglers in full swing busy and is producing near limit fishing on red snappers and an assortment of mixed bag fishes to keep the anglers more than occupied and thinking about what next is coming up? This past week we had 19 off shore fishing days that produced 6 stripers, (3 released) 1 sailfish released and 1 dorado, and that was better than it has been during the past several weeks. The inshore fishing has been nothing short of some really good eating fish for the anglers and their 7 days of fishing produced 193 snappers, 10 groupers, 1 barracuda, 1 pampano, 3 Sierra and 3 trigger fish for their efforts.
Mazatlan Climate: Mostly sunny days with an occasional partially cloudy day and rain for Saturday and Sunday. Daytime air temps averaged 76 degrees and cooler nights at 53 degrees. (You may find it more comfortable to have a light wind-breaker or jacke for the mornings). Humidity ratio has averaged 70.2% for the week.
Sea Conditions: Surface breezes have been from variable directions and averaging about 10.8 mph. Water temps inshore have been at 71 degrees on average and off shore at 74 degrees.
Best Fishing Area: Most of the billfish are coming from the area southwest of the Marina El Cid, starting at aboud 18 miles or so and then working outbound from there.
Best Bait/Lure: The billfish have preferred the freshly rigged trolling baits.
Bait Supply: Even with the full moon, the bait supply has been very good and kept up with the supply and demands. Live bait remains at $1.00 per bait and paid direct to the bait vendor at time of receipt. Trolling baits are provided gratis as part of the charters.
Our Local Reporter: Ms. Kitcia Berenice Ceja Diaz, continues to be our "Ace" reporter for this area and has all of the important fishing information readily available for anglers.
The bright, full moon of the past week, did not help to restore the billfish bite and neither did the rapidly changing water temperatures through out the entire area & on both sides of the peninsula. The overall combined fish counts for the total of 25 days fished reflected 1 striper released, (caught aboard the "Gaviota VIII" in the Herradura area), 1 dorado, 34 yellowfin tuna ranging 15 to 30 lbs., 14 skipjack, 21 roosterfish, 10 Sierra, 4 jack crevalle, (aka toro)and 43 triggerfish.
Cabo Climate: A nearly perfect sunny week with a single port closure day on the 13th, and until the weekend rolled around and turned it to rain. Daytime temps averaged 72.5 with the cooler days coming toward the weekend. Night time temps averaged 56.4 for cooler mornings all week long, (consider a light jacket or rain gear for the weekend). Humidity ratio is 75.2%.
Sea Conditions: Surface breezes on Monday thru Friday at 10-11 mph and flowing mostly from the southwest. Saturday, winds picking up at 21 mph and blowing out of the south and changing on Sunday to the west at 17 mph. Rain on Saturday and Sunday and rougher sea conditions. Mixed up sea conditions through the week and changing water temps along both sides of the peninsula. About a 5-7 miles span of 70 degree water from the Finger Bank to the Golden Gate Bank and down across the outer Jaime Bank existed with cooler water both inshore and off shore from there. There was about a 10 mile block of 72 degree water about 5 miles to the southwest of the Jaime Bank, Cooler water from todos Santos and extending out to the southeast of Cabo San Lucas to about 50-plus miles or so is mostly all in the upper 60s. Cabo Falso to Cabo San Lucas and out to about 10 miles or so is all at 71-72. Cabo San Lucas to the upper end of San Jose Del Cabo is at 69 degrees. There is a 10-15 mile block of warmer water surrounding the Gorda Banks at 72 degrees and then, north to Las Frailes is all at 70 degrees.
Best Fishing Area: Golden Gate Bank and outer Jaime Bank for the YFT with fish weights to about 30 lbs.
Best Bait/Lure: Live bait working well for the inshore roosterfish and smaller artificial lures, (similar to hoochies) for the yellowfin tuna.
Live Bait Supply: The live bait supply remains good at the $3.00 per bait rate.
Our Local Reporters: Gaviota Fleet Manager, Carlos Pena and Captain Roberto Marquez, Fish Cabo Fleet Owner.
I hope you are excited as we are for next week's Fred Hall Show in Long Beach. We will be there again with our own Pride & Aztec booth, talking fishing and booking charters for our 2017 season which is approaching fast.
We look forward to another great year and can't wait till next week. [link]
Fishermans Landing Long Range News - Royal Star Nice One
A fair shot in the early morning for a couple of dandies and a handful more school fish then a long lull until the early afternoon when we got to scratching again. As is so often the case in these zones time in the water, and time spent stationary rather than on the move, are the two keys to success when it comes to big fish. This go to strategy paid dividends again today when seasoned Royal Star veteran George Takenouchi picked off a fine 220 on the flylined sardine at day's end.
In the arguably most spectacular giant yellowfin tuna destination known to fishing we head into day three poised and prepared for bigger and better things to come. It's no barn burner here right now to be sure, but time is still abundant, and there is enough sign around to suggest big potential. Conditions need to straighten out and the fish will move in. A lot of patience is what it will take. Regardless we can not muster a complaint in the way of scenery or potential. This is an awfully fine place to angling for a dream fish. Photo today features George with his well earned prize!
Fishermans Landing Long Range ~ Royal Polaris The Action Continues
It was another action filled fun day of fishing on the Royal Polaris, which saw 25 quality tuna and a lone wahoo landed. It was a slow scratch most of the day until around 4 this afternoon when nearly half the day’s catch came aboard in just an hour or so. The excellent grade didn’t change and 3 more cows were landed. John Collins got big fish honors with an extremely tough 225, Andre Mc Collough and, Buddy Stevens both got 202s. I believe I may have failed to mention that Buddy also got another 202 back on the 12th. All these cows as well as every cow we’ve landed thus far have come off the kite. Greg Curry was almost there (and a scale may have put him on the mark), but the chart read 199 on his kite fish.
The only complaint anyone can have about the fishing here is the persistent lack of current which makes getting a bait out into the “zone” not impossible, but very difficult. One finds themselves hardly ever straight off the stern where the chum is constantly tossed, and you can imagine how frustrating it is to soak a bait for 20 minutes or so and still find yourself just a few yards from the boat. It certainly makes you appreciate what it was like back in “the old days” before the long range fleet flew kites. Jack downgraded the qualifications for his reel to 175 from yesterday’s 200, and since he was still unable to give it away, drew a number at dinner. Lucky angler with a brand new Accurate 600X is Dr. Peter Douglas. Congrats to Pete and to Bob Ramirez who we sang happy birthday to at dinner tonight. Weather also continues to be beyond excellent. If you’ve got to be stuck in a pattern, this is a good one to repeat. We hope to do just that tomorrow.
Triton will be running its first Limited Load Open Party Trips of the season for the Rockfish Openen on Wednesday March 1st! This trip departs at 5am and return around 5pm, limited to ONLY 25 ANGLERS at $100 per person! Bunks included for everyone aboard and your catch will always go directly into our RSW Fish Hold.
We will be fishing Catalina Island for Rockfish, then taking a look in the Shallows for some surface action. Make sure to bring 8oz and 10oz sinkers for Rockfishing and 15lb - 20lb line is A MUST for surface fishing.
Purchase your tickets by clicking below or call the Landing at (310) 844-3814 and ask for Ryan.
Mark is back live from Seaforth Landing with your daily report for Wednesday. The San Diego is in action again for 3/4 day runs with 19 anglers out today. They picked up 95 whitefish, 86 rockfish, 8 sheephead, and 1 fat ling. Still kind of tough fishing on the 1/2 day run with 1 nice halibut and 3 sculpin for 7 anglers.
Trips go daily and Mark has the trip info for you and more below. Call 619-224-3383 for information and reservations or CLICK HEREfor a schedule and book right on line.
We had a great start to the trip as we were able to get situated at a decent spot and able to start picking away at good grade fish. It was nothing crazy but we kept a couple of fish hooked all afternoon. We certainly had our share of heartbreaks but we also enjoyed plenty of happy endings. Matt Hefflinger took big fish honors with a 234 but in addition Pete, Clyde and BS also able entered the big fish club with low twos that weighed from 204-209. The average fish was very nice as the rest were 100-195lbs.
Fishermans Landing Long Range ~ Royal Polaris Less Numerous But Even Bigger
Another great day of fishing here, which saw just a few less fish landed than yesterday. There’s a new king cow on board after today. We continue to be amazed and pleased at the great quality of fish we are catching, and if you hook up, with few exceptions you can expect a 140 to 180 pound fish. One such exception was Skip Kenison, our seniorist citizen, who with a bit of help from the crew brought in a 243 which is the current big fish of the trip. Another exception was Stan Brown’s 202. Both fish were hooked on the kite which outperformed standard bait fishing by far. Once again, the current and wind combination made getting a bait out nearly impossible. The kite is obviously immune to such adverse conditions, and the passengers find themselves biding time for the most part, until it’s their turn on the kite. That’s not to say we didn’t get a few fish on bait, but it’s a lot harder, and more frustrating to do so. If the current picks up or the wind backs off, we could quickly find ourselves with a serious case of sore muscle syndrome! There were several other tuna that also taped 190 to 199.
Jack put up another Accurate reel for the largest non-kite fish over 200 pounds, but once again it went unclaimed and will rollover until tomorrow. I overheard several of the guys commenting that this has become a very relaxing, pressure free trip, mainly because everyone has some great fish under their belt, and plenty of time to add to their totals.
The RSW hold opened up around lunch which always makes you try just a little bit harder in order to bring home the finest sushi grade Yellowfin available anywhere. We’re going nowhere else for now and look forward to repeat performances tomorrow.
We arrived back from our Soft Steel sponsored 15 day trip under clear skies. We ended up with an impressive catch of fish and we had 3 fish go over 200 pounds on the scale. Special thanks to Tony Garza and everyone on board for making this trip so awesome. Our jackpot winners are as follows: 3rd place went to Gary Grant with a 170.6 pound yellowfin tuna, 2nd place went to David Tang with a 176.4 pound yellowfin tuna, and 1st place went to Jim Odlum with a 214.7 pound yellowfin tuna. Our honorable mentions are David "Soda Pop" Rouse with a 210.5 pound yellowfin tuna and Jim Odlum with a 207 pound yellowfin tuna. Always a pleasure having this group on the boat and we are looking forward to fishing with everyone again soon. We depart on our next trip this Friday, another 15 day trip. Until then, Captain Bill Cavanaugh and the Intrepid Team.
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