We had a great day here today. We started anchored up on the bank and had some good action on 25# yellowtail and 15-40# bluefin. We left it before lunch. We were still picking but we wanted to mix it up. We had a kelp early afternoon for all you wanted dorado. It was full-speed aquarium style fishing.
When we got our fix we headed back to where we were last night and saw the same incredible sign of fish: miles and miles of all-size bluefin. It was quite a sight. We caught a couple more 30-40# bluefin and ran out of time.
We had excellent fishing last night. We stopped on a giant school of 50-150# bluefin and it stuck until we left it at about midnight. This last week there has been some excellent sign around and they’re biting.
We made a move out to the bank last night when the guys had enough of big ones, and we’re anchored up picking away on 25# yellowtail and 15-40# bluefin right now. Beautiful weather and good fishing, and happy anglers!
Seems like things are on the upswing right now. We scratched up a nice day here, mostly in the afternoon on 60-120# bluefin. We had one good opportunity in the gray this morning, then a long dry spell, and then started seeing some good schools late in the day and pieced it together.
We ended our day with a nice sundowner picking on nice grade bluefin. It turned into some action on the lures after dark. It was a very fun afternoon. We’re going to mix it up and try for yellowtail in the morning.
We’re getting some opportunity here on 100# bluefin. They’re biting a little bit, but we can’t get them in the boat. We see good sign of big fish and very little sign of smaller fish. We’re seeing a good sign of dorado on kelps as well.
We had a tough trip this weekend. We are dealing with fast-moving bluefin and choppy weather which made it difficult for us to get on some fish we could catch. We’ve been hard at work in tough conditions the last couple days.
We did some good sign last night and yesterday afternoon way out to the northwest but and had a small window of opportunity in poor weather conditions. We lost track of it though and never got back on them. Just scattered sign throughout the day.
Penn Fishing Tackle’s pro-staffer, Steve Carson, shares his insights on where to hook your bait for maximum success. He demonstrates the various ways to get your hook into a bait fish and how that affects its attraction to your target fish. Refer back to this one frequently!