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Aug 112022

Aug 11 (Aug 10-12) 2-day

August 11th, 2022|Categories: Capt Art's Blog, Trip Reports|

Good morning,

We had a few shots on these big bluefin last night.  Not as easy to get a bite as it has been the past few days but we were able to get some bites and boat some trophies.  The sun just came up and they’re back to their old selves again. So we’re going to spend some time fishing yellowtail.

Captain Mike and the boys

Aug 112022

Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 193 (Wahoo Lures 101)

August 11th, 2022|Categories: Capt Art's Blog, Tackle Tip Thursday|

Welcome back for another Tackle Tip Thursday! Meet Taylor, another knowledgable and talented tackle salesman at FIsherman’s Landing Tackle Shop. Today we explore the world of wahoo lures and a tips for targeting a fish that offers a challenge and a big reward. Stop in to our tackle shop before your next trip and ask the tackle experts what you need in your tackle arsenal before you head out.

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Aug 92022

Aug 9 (Aug 6-10) Izorline sponsored

August 9th, 2022|Categories: Capt Art's Blog, Trip Reports|

Good morning,

We looked at at these big bluefin all day yesterday and never got a bite, even though there was good sign throughout the day.  Then the sun went down and we made them pay. We had good opportunities throughout the night.

Our best time was from 9-11 pm where we had 2-5 going for a few hours.  After that we got a few more shots on the lures.  Then sun came up now and everyone went to bed so we’re going to make a move and see if we can’t find a kelp or some other tuna to fish this afternoon.

Captain Mike and the boys

Good evening,

We traveled most of the day and saw lots of kelps with non-biting dorado.  We did scrape up a few.  We got into the local zone and found a good sign of 25-40# mixed yellowfin and bluefin.  They reacted very well but didn’t stick to the boat . Every time we stopped, we hooked a few. Beautiful fish.  We ended the trip right where we started, at the islands fishing yellowtail.

Captain Mike and the boys

Aug 82022

Aug 8 (Aug 6-10) Izorline

August 8th, 2022|Categories: Capt Art's Blog, Trip Reports|

Good morning guys,

We got on scene around midnight and felt like we might have been late to the party, but we got some good opportunities on 100-200# fish. We managed to land a handful and we had some heartbreaks too.

We saw fish all night and there was a little opportunity throughout the night.  Around 4 am we got on a biting school of 25-40# fish and went to work.  We’re seeing good sign this morning also.

Captain Mike and the boys

Izorline pro-staffer Howard F (left) and Searcher angler won their battles!

Aug 82022

Aug 7 (Aug 6-10) Izorline sponsored

August 8th, 2022|Categories: Capt Art's Blog, Trip Reports|

Good evening,

We scratched all day today and caught fish on almost all the kelps we stopped on. We worked up to the northwest this afternoon and started seeing sign of 30-50# bluefin jumping around.  We got one school to stick to the boat and boated one.  We also had one on a kelp late in the day. We’re still rolling northwest and are going to try get on some fish to bite a flat fall tonight.

Captain Mike and the boys

Aug 72022

Aug 6 (Aug 6-10) Izorline sponsored

August 7th, 2022|Categories: Capt Art's Blog, Trip Reports|

Good evening,

We spent our first afternoon at the Coronados fishing yellowtail.  We had some action late in the day on 10-18#fish.  We’re going to head offshore tomorrow and see how the weather is.  We want to thank Izorline, Calstar Rods and Tady Lures for great sponsorship of this trip.  All off these came in handy this afternoon with yellowtail fishing.  We caught some on the Tady Lures which were given away at the start of the trip.  We caught one on the Calstar rod which was raffled off to a lucky angler,  and of course all were caught on line provided by Izorline!

Captain Mike and the boys

Aug 52022

Aug 5 (8 day) Turners and Izorline Sponsored

August 5th, 2022|Categories: Capt Art's Blog, Trip Reports|

Good morning,

We had a bit of a bumpy ride last night crossing over to the beach.  It did, however,  put us in a good position to do some rock codding this morning before we called it a trip.  Good fishing on big reds.  Rolling up the line now and pointed at the dock!

Captain Mike and the boys

Jeff helps wrap up an incredible trip with rock cod!

Aug 42022

Tackle Tip Thursday Vol. 192 (Fisherman’s Landing’s Red Shirts)

August 4th, 2022|Categories: Capt Art's Blog, Tackle Tip Thursday|

World-famous Fisherman’s Landing in beautiful San Diego would like to let long-range anglers know about the helpful service they provide to make your departures and arrivals as easy and safe as possible. Get to know the fine folks that help you save your energy for fishing and help you out with your valuable gear!

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