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JACKPOT WINNER Trip 19- 3day

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Pulsar 360 3-day Charter (Sept 6-9)

Good afternoon anglers, This morning we found a school of yellowfin that really wanted to bite. We had phenomenal fishing on these 15-25lb yellowfin. Everyone was able to catch their daily limit on our first stop of the day. Here's an action shot from our stop, everyone had one on. We're on the hunt for bluefin this afternoon. Captain Mike and the Boys   Good evening anglers, We went in the search of bluefin this afternoon after some phenomenal yellowfin fishing this morning. We located some multiple large schools late in the afternoon that would not bite or stick to the boat. At around 530pm we found one. Almost out of bait, this one was our last shot. This one stuck to the boat. They didnt bite right away but eventually we started hooking some 100lb class bluefin. Here is Peter and Coop with a pair of 100lbers that we gaffed after the sun went down. One on the kite and one on fly lined 50lb. Great way to end our trip. Captain Mike and the Boys

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Pulsar 360 3-day Charter (Sept 6-9)

Good evening anglers, We looked hard for the rest of our day and were finally rewarded with some biting yellowfin.They bit up until we couldn't see our lines any more. We'll be on the hunt for bluefin again in the morning. Here is a sample of our catch this evening. Captain Mike and the Boys

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Pulsar 360 3-day Charter (Sept 6-9)

Good morning anglers This morning we stopped on a very large school of bluefin tuna and yellowfin tuna mixed at around 5am. As soon as the sun started to come up we started hooking a few. We drifted with them for about 4 or 5 hours and managed to land some quality yellowfin and trophy bluefin.  The sinker rig and the fly lined sardine were the most effective way to catch these fish this morning.  We are currrently on the move looking for more. Here is Mark W. with one of his bluefin from this morning. Captain Mike and the Boys

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Pulsar 360 Charter 3-day (Sep 6-9)

Good afternoon anglers, We departed on a 3-day trip charter today with 14 lucky anglers. We heard the fish were biting, so we were all pretty excited to leave the dock. About 4pm we found a very large school of bluefin tuna and they started biting almost right away. This 4-hour drift soon turned into a yellowfin bite and they bit even better. We are very pleased with our first afternoon of fishing.  Here is Jeanne S. with the first fish of the trip, a 35lb bluefin tuna! Captain Mike and the Boys

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JACKPOT WINNER Trip 18- 3day

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Trip #18 Labor Day Special 3-day (Aug 30-Sep 2)

Good morning anglers, We had a tough morning of finding biting fish today.  We did manage to scratch up some 20lb class yellowfin and a few trophy bluefin.  Getting a bite this morning was tough. Most of our fish came off a fly-lined sardine on 20lb test. Nick B paid close attention in the tackle seminar and was rewarded with this 100lb class bluefin he caught on a sardine. He used 50lb test with a 6oz torpedo sinker attached with a rubber band. Captain Mike and the Boys Good afternoon anglers, Well it only took three days but we found a school in the 9th inning that wanted to play. It started with 15-25lb yellowfin which bit very well. That soon changed as the bluefin found us. We started hooking 30-90lb bluefin on our light tackle to begin with. After about an hour they started hitting the 50lb fly-lined baits and we started landing a few. Here is Teresa with one of two bluefin she caught on this stop.   Captain Mike and the Boys

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Trip #18 Labor Day Special 3-day (Aug 30-Sep 2)

Good afternoon anglers, This morning we have been in the search of yellowfin tuna, and are only finding the non-biting variety. We still managed to hook a handful. The tackle challenge is that 15lb test was the only way to get a bite, so the casualties were high. Bill B managed to boat a nice 25lb yellowfin tuna.Captain Mike and the Boys

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JACKPOT WINNER Trip 17- 1.5day

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Trip #17 Turner’s Outdoorsman 1.5-day (August 28-30)

Hello anglers, We finished the day with great action on yellowfin tuna! Plenty of chances for everyone with three different methods used: Colt Snipers, a nose-hooked live sardine with a 6oz torpedo sinker above the florocarbon leader attached with a rubber band, and flyline sardine with 25-30 pound line and matching fluorocarbon. Here is Dave P and a nice bluefin landed on a Colt Sniper. For loads of tackle tips, click here: Searcher's Tackle Tips!  Captain Art and Team Searcher
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