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  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Wed Jun 19th 8:53 PM

Good action last night on 20-60 pounders. Lots of stopping and going with some pretty good opportunities. Today we have flat calm weather. We’re going to make a tour while we have a good weather window and see what else is around.

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Wed Jun 19th 7:55 AM

We had a wonderful day of fishing today. The yellowtail cooperated, eating flyline baits, yo-yo jigs and surface iron. The yellowfin also sprinkled themselves into our catch throughout the day. With our anglers wants for yellowtail fulfilled, and a couple of yellowfin apiece, we opted to head north and get above the predicted uncomfortable weather. 

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Tue Jun 18th 9:36 PM

First day of fishing on our annual Avet 7 day. Overall good action on excellent grade tuna and yellowtail. Fishing conditions seem to be getting better down here every trip with warmer water moving up from down below. We had to travel further than normal to get into action but it was worth the weight. More pictures to come tomorrow as we were very busy this afternoon.

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Tue Jun 18th 1:41 PM

We returned this morning with full fish holds and another happy group of anglers. We wrapped up our 4 Day with limits of Bluefin for our trip. We also had a few Yellowtail in the mix, which helped provide some daytime entertainment. Back at it on a 3 Day this morning.

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Mon Jun 17th 7:00 PM

Today we got started on the fishing part of the trip after a couple very relaxing travel days. The yellowtail were very cooperative and we spent the better part of the day yankin and crankin on quality fish. We will be in the same area tomorrow. 

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Mon Jun 17th 10:56 AM

Night time was the right time once again for the Alan Tani 3 day charter. We had 1 school that stuck with us for hrs on our second night and made the trip for alot of our anglers. The guys that were able to make a cast downwind got the most bites. We're headed back out for more with the Phil Dez charter, wish us luck.

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Mon Jun 17th 8:02 AM

Last night was as good as it gets on 20-60lb fish. Stopped the boat a few times before midnight and scratched a few of them around 0100. Then we stopped on a good school that stuck with us and plunked 1-5 at a time until the sun came up. At sunrise everyone went to bed as we slid east to look for the kelps. There we saw a few with yellowtail on them but no bites. This evening we did a little codding on the beach and now we’re heading back home.

  • Posted by Jenn
  • Sun Jun 16th 6:17 PM

We departed yesterday on the Larry Brown 7-day. We are headed to points south and will begin fishing tomorrow. For today's shot I’ll show you what I see currently. 

  • Posted by Jenn
  • Sun Jun 16th 3:57 PM

Out on our Father's Day 3-day trip and the bluefin decided to let their guard down last night! Very fun fishing. Hope it continues.

  • Posted by Lauren
  • Sun Jun 16th 8:58 AM

The Polaris Supreme has LIMITS of Bluefin Tuna on the boat, they're on day three of their 4-day trip.

  • Posted by Lauren
  • Sun Jun 16th 8:05 AM

Good afternoon, On Friday, June 14, 2024, Searcher cruised out on trip 11, sponsored by Accurate Fishing with Matthew Elash. We drove until 1 AM when we caught our first fish of the trip. The rest of the early morning we continued to pick away, pulling in around 20 fish ranging from 20 to 50 pounds. This morning, we caught a 40 pounder and a few yellowtails on the kelps. Hoping for another opportunity tonight before the weather kicks up. Captain Mike and The Boys

  • Posted by Lauren
  • Sat Jun 15th 12:58 PM

The Polaris Supreme checked in on day two of their 4-day trip with 57 Bluefin Tuna on the boat so far.

  • Posted by Lauren
  • Sat Jun 15th 8:15 AM

The Polaris Supreme has 40 Bluefin Tuna on the boat so far for day two of their 4-day trip.

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Fri Jun 14th 8:41 AM

McMillan 2.5 day returned this morning with their limits of bft up to 140lbs. The guys toughed it out and were rewarded in the 9th inning. The Alan Tani 3 day charter departs today wish us luck.

  • Posted by Lauren
  • Fri Jun 14th 8:12 AM

The Polaris Supreme returned from their 3-day trip with 100 Bluefin Tuna for their 18 anglers.

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Thu Jun 13th 11:11 AM

The Shogun on their 1.5 day trip returned this morning with 34 Bluefin Tuna .

  • Posted by Lauren
  • Thu Jun 13th 8:16 AM

The Polaris Supreme is off to a great start for day three of their 3-day trip with 91 Bluefin Tuna. With 45 of those in the 100 to 180 lb range and the rest of the fish around 30-80 lbs.

  • Posted by Lauren
  • Thu Jun 13th 8:06 AM

Good evening, Trip 10 with Pelagic Predators Charter is off to a great start. Last night we experienced calm, flat weather and we were picking them all night long. Our anglers landed 30 bluefin tuna, ranging from 30 to 150 pounds. This morning we searched for yellowtail but didn’t catch any. Instead, we shifted to coding and had a successful day catching vermilion rock cod. Now, we’re waiting for it to get dark and looking to resume our tuna fishing. Captain Jason and The Boys

  • Posted by Jenn
  • Wed Jun 12th 5:59 PM
We're out on our annual Phenix Rods 8-day. Passengers are working hard at the rail and have been rewarded with a beautiful grade of fish. Let's keep it going!
  • Posted by Jenn
  • Wed Jun 12th 4:54 PM

Hey guys, it's Aliyar from the Polaris Supreme checking in. We had another really nice night of fishing, with limits of bluefin tuna on our first night. Forty of those fish are between 100 and 160 pounds. The fishing is really good right now, with a great sign of fish.

  • Posted by Lauren
  • Wed Jun 12th 8:08 AM

The Polaris Supreme checked in on day two of their 3-day trip with 73 Bluefin Tuna, with 40 of them are in the 100 to 160 lb range.

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Tue Jun 11th 4:36 PM

Well those incredible, percentage defying results that we mastered yesterday swung back to a more realistic average today. One stop is what it really boiled down to aside from a couple other brief opportunities. But that one was reminiscent of any high stakes giant tuna fishing that we have seen. At one point almost everyone fishing had one on the line. And while the intensity is exhilarating in those situations the reality of pile ups and lines coming together is inevitable. Of course the boys handle the madness with professional skill and poise but no matter how we slice it some of those big bastards take advantage of their elevated chances in those situations and win. That said we still made our mark.     Four more from two hundred twenty to two hundred thirty five pounds joined their brethren in the RSW tanks when all was said and done. Absolutely ideal for our current station those four complimented an already magnificent catch of beautiful, premium grade bluefin resting immersed in pure seawater refrigerated to thirty degrees Fahrenheit. A finer product to take home and generously share with friends and family can not be found.     Taking our blessings into account we headed for the barn early mindful of the reality of proportion. There are times when numbers do not relate the tale. Such is the case on this run. A mere thirty seven fish now rest in the RSW tanks. One tank, hosting only thirty three fish, is brimming full. At capacity that tank holds around sixty five hundred pounds. The math on that average speaks for itself. It’s a lot of product. More that enough to propel this run into an elite category of success. Incredible.     Enough success under our belts on this run to indelibly mark our memories the short ride home was filled with revelers jubilant and merry. A blissful night in the tranquil bay was the final compliment to a huge success. Our most sincere gratitude is extended to the entire group and especially Charter Master extraordinaire Chris Yamada for assembling this stellar cast of exemplary anglers.

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Mon Jun 10th 4:04 PM

The fish were definitely in a more cooperative mood this evening. We were able to capitalize on that and put together a nice evening on mainly 100 to 150 pound fish with a few 40-50 pounders in the mix.

  • Posted by Poseidon
  • Mon Jun 10th 3:57 PM

Big day on trophy bluefin rivaling any of the legendary hits of old in the far south regions. Though apples and oranges when comparing giant yellowfin/bluefin strength and character in the size category the opportunity today was as good as they come. What a hit. All morning long steady chances at bluefin from 220-250 pounds was the theme. And this group of fine, well prepared, veteran big fish anglers made good on the rare fortune. Finishing off the morning with a dozen bluefin from 218-245 pounds and a couple other “shrimps” at 170 and 185 we headed down to another zone to top off the day with a round or two hundred pounders for the night. And, as so often occurs when good fortune is on one’s side, we had a heck of a night on those too; the perfect complement to an epic morning in absolutely stunning, beautiful weather. Laden with fresh bluefin tucked safely away in the RSW tanks we’ll pull the throttle back a bit tomorrow seeking a few more trophies and perhaps some variety to cap off the trip. 

  • Posted by Jenn
  • Sun Jun 9th 4:15 PM

We saw some fish last night but it was tough to work with. We had a couple stops where we were able to scratch up some fish. We are hoping for more cooperative fish today and this evening.