Good bluefin tuna watching with a very good sign of 80-150lb fish throughout the afternoon. They just were not in the biting mode though. We did manage a few trophies however, and also had some heartbreaks.
Everything we’ve caught today has been on the sinker rig.
Captain Mike and the boys
Just a few fish caught today, but they are trophies
Excitedly, we introduce to you all Chef Josh joining Chef Dan in our galley! With a French culinary background and an extreme love for his craft, Josh’s dishes are sure to please some palates for all anglers booked with us this season. Team Searcher can’t wait for you all to enjoy the tastiness from our new talent.
Lamb shank, accompanied by seasoned-to-perfection couscous and vegetable medley
Ravioli smothered in fresh pesto sauce, with garlic bread and Italian sausage loaf
Apple/thyme demi-glazed pork loin, wild rice and vegetable medley
Thank you for joining us during our celebratory “Month of Captain Art” for Tackle Tip Thursdays to acknowledge his 40th year of owning and operating Searcher.
In this video our captain responds to an angler’s question about what could cause sinker rig tangles with his main line. In addition to an explanation of what could cause this, Captain Art includes a few other helpful tips when fishing with a sinker rig set-up. Be sure to subscribe to our channel so you can access all the helpful videos. Then come fishing with us!
We’d like to invite everyone to help us surprise Captain Art as a kick-off to his 40th anniversary as owner and operator of Searcher!
Our beloved Captain will be on the air for another episode of Let’s Talk Hook-Up this Saturday, May 7 from 7-9am on AM1090. We welcome everyone to phone in or text (using the app) to congratulate him for this special anniversary. THIS IS A SURPRISE, so please help us keep it that way. Not only will you help make his day, but all participants will be entered in a raffle to win a special prize from the hosts.
Welcome back to another week of Tackle Tip Thursday! This month we will be featuring the one and only Catain Art Taylor in a series of videos that all address questions asked from our followers. As Captain Art enters his 40th year of owner and operator of Searcher, we thought it would be appropriate to showcase some of his extensive knowledge and expertise.
This week Art illustrates the significance of understanding the way the wind affects movement of the boat, how to work with drifting, and following your line to avoid losing opporTUNAties!
After you’ve made all the right tackle choices and battled that fish successfully, the work doesn’t end there! You’ll want to preserve that catch to get it into your home freezer and into the hands of friends and family. We think the best idea is to plan ahead for processing (filleting and vacuum sealing) and transporting that valuable catch. Research processors and transportation options, then make a reservation BEFORE your trip! Thank you to Kelly G for his service and support of Searcher Sportfishing! Check out Dock 2 Door if you have transportati0n needs.
This week Steve Carson of Penn Reels outlines his recommended arsenal for big bluefin fishing. Best to pay attention! Steve shares what you need and how to utilize what you have to prepare to land a big one. Let’s go fishing!
Billy, from world-famous Fisherman’s Landing Tackle Shop, is back to demonstrate the Springer Knot which is a great one for heavier line to target big bluefin this season. This is a great time to practice all your knots, and ask for the crew if you need assistance.
Thanks for joining us for another week of Tackle Tip Thursday, please like and subscribe if you want to hear more advice from the pros! Thank you Billy and Fishermans Landing Tackle Shop for all your support of Searcher Sportfishing.