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Jackpot winners and fish counts

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Nov 42019

JACKPOT WINNER Trip 28-7 day

November 4th, 2019|Categories: Trip Reports|

Oct 302019

Trip #28 Ultra-limited load 7-day trip (Oct 26-Nov 2)

October 30th, 2019|Categories: Trip Reports|

Good Morning anglers,

We started our morning off in the spot we caught our big tuna yesterday. Just hoping to have them bite in the morning.  We saw them jump around the boat all morning.  We hooked a few of the jumbos and lost them all.  We did catch some of the good size fish at about 50lbs a piece.  Wish us luck this afternoon brings.  Here’s Pat and David with some nice tunas. 

~Captain Mike and the Boys

Oct 302019

Trip #28 Ultra-limited load 7-day trip (Oct 26-Nov 2)

October 30th, 2019|Categories: Trip Reports|

Good evening anglers,

We were able to get a few more of these big yellowfin this afternoon. We also got some mixed grade yellowtail and had a bit of fun on 8-15lbers.  We then went trophy hunting and managed to hook some big ones.  However we only landed one 38lber.  This greedy 100lb yellowfin ate Tyson and Chef Mikes bait at the same time. They wound it together in about 5 minutes.

~Captain Mike and the Boys

Oct 292019

Trip #28 Ultra-limited load 7-day trip (Oct 26-Nov 2)

October 29th, 2019|Categories: Trip Reports|

Good Morning anglers,

This morning we had some good action. From about 9-12 we had a shot on big yellowfin where we saw them yesterday. The fish we landed are seeing 50-150lbs. David T. is the winner of the morning with this122lb tuna he landed on 40lb line and a fly-lined sardine. We’re still some fish around us we’ll see what the afternoon brings.


Captain Mike and the Boys

Oct 292019

Trip #28 Ultra-limited load 7-day trip (Oct 26-Nov 2)

October 29th, 2019|Categories: Trip Reports|

 

Good morning anglers,

We started our morning fishing large yellowtail.  We managed to capture some beauties.  

Paul S. caught this one on the Salas 6x yoyo lure. We currently have 40-100lb yellowfin jumping around the boat hoping they bite a little. We’ll check back later, wish us luck.

~Captain Mike and the boys

Oct 292019

Trip #28 Ultra-limited load 7-day trip (Oct 26-Nov2)

October 29th, 2019|Categories: Trip Reports|

Good evening anglers,

We land some beautiful yellowfin tuna here this afternoon.  We ended our day fishing yellowtail.  We landed some nice looking yellowtail.  We sure hooked a lot of them but landing we are woking on landing them.  Here’s Sharon with a 72.4lb yellowfin tuna she landed on 40lb test. That’s your tackle tip of the day. 

~Captain Mike and the boys

Oct 252019

Trip #27 Accurate 7-day trip (Oct 19-26)

October 25th, 2019|Categories: Trip Reports|

Good evening anglers,

As the day progressed action slowed down, but we were able to pick away on these big yellowtail right up until dark. The majority of the fish were about 35-40 lbs. Our biggest landed today weighed in just shy of 50lbs.

Here’s Ryan and Bryan S. with the last fish of our trip weighing in at 47.2 lbs. Bryan caught it with a mackerel on the dropper loop, and fishing 100lb.

Captain Mike and the Boys

Oct 242019

Trip #27 Accurate 7-day trip (Oct 19-26)

October 24th, 2019|Categories: Trip Reports|

Good morning anglers,

We have been picking at these big yellows all morning. We have landed a handful in the 45lb range, with most of the fish coming over the rail right about 35lbs. We have had these big yellowfin boiling all around the boat all morning. We’ve only landed a couple though.


Captain Mike and the Boys

Oct 242019

Trip #27 Accurate 7-day trip (Oct 19-26)

October 24th, 2019|Categories: Trip Reports|

Good evening anglers,

We had steady action on these big brute yellowtail this afternoon. We were hooking them on the dropper loop mackerel, fly line mackerel and yoyo jigs. The only way to land them seemed to be if you fished 80 or 100lb. We had heavy casualties due to the sharp rocks on the bottom here. Here’s Alan with a yellowtail he caught on the dropper loop. We’re going to try make some bait again tonight and try fish these big yellows again in the morning.

Captain Mike and the Boys