Cory Visser

Cory Visser, of Long Beach, has been fishing for over 50 years. He has never had a boat of his own but is always there for captains who need a good crew. He is proud that he was once part of a crew that caught a Grand Slam of tuna on a one-day trip.

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September 29, 2012

Tunaslam Corner-09-28-12

by Cory Visser

Thursday Recap Report-Weekend Possibilities:
A Summary of local fishing from Santa Monica to Oceanside, including Catalina and San Clemente Islands, with fishing trips out of San Diego down to Baja, Mexico.

Fishing has been just short of sensational Offshore with most boats, private and Sport Boats catching limits of Yellowfin Tuna, then add some Bluefin Tuna, along with lots of Yellowtail and Dorado. if you run the distance of 60 to 75 miles. If you find the right Kelp Paddy, you could soon realize the Bonanza of all four species. Adding to the thrill on a few trips is finding big Albacore to 40 pounds.

The Sport Boat industry has needed this late season run, after several very lean years, where many boats exchanged hands, and some excellent captains left the area. Private boaters have also feasted this year on shorter runs locally for Yellowtail and Dorado, while longer runs have provided a great mix of Tuna and Tails. On Friday, 09-28-12 most boats called in with full limits of Yellowfin Tuna for the day, plus a nice complement of Yellowtail and Dorado.

I know everyone is hopeful the fishing season will extend into November, I sure do? Considering Hurricane Miriam is pushing more warm water up from the Baja Coast, that wish might be granted. Meanwhile this storm is going to put the kabash on this weekend's fishing with high surf and winds, negating my planned repeat to last Sunday's wide open bite on a private boat. The open water fishing will still be accomplished, however, with the winds and heavier swells, finding Kelp Paddies will be a challenge.

I had the privilege to be invited on the luxury Yacht "Bad to the Bone" fishing on Sunday, 09-23-12. We started the day just south of the D220 at 74 miles from Point Loma. After a couple of stops on the troll for Yellowfin Tuna we found the Magic Kelp Paddy and proceeded to catch fish off it for nearly three hours. All four species were caught off this Kelp Paddy, some pictures of first Yellowfin Tuna, then Bluefin Tuna:





According to angler Erick their trip on the Pride Wednesday, 09-26-12 was wide open on the Yellowfin Tuna, with 48 Yellowtail, a few Dorado and a couple of Albacore mixed in. Some pictures:





The Aztec, on a 1.5 day trip that returned Thursday, 09-27-12 with 58 Bluefin Tuna, 130 Yellowfin Tuna (limits), 40 Yellowtail and 24 Dorado. Pictures courtesy of Ray:




Angler Mark fished with friends on the Pacific Queen on Sunday and caught some Yellowfin and Bluefin Tuna, with plenty of Yellowtail and Dorado. Some pictures:











Locally there are still few and far between days where kelp paddies are found holding fish, and that is if you can find one? Yet occasionally the Mother Load Kelp Paddy is found. Do Dos and Tails remain the primary target of the ¾ day and one day boats locally, who head offshore rather than settle for Sculpin and Rockfishing.

On some days the ¾ day boats out of Newport Beach and Long Beach found the right kelp paddy. For example the Freelance on Monday, 09-24-12 caught 33 Yellowtail and 2 Dorado. Out of the same landing as the Freelance the Bongo's III on Wednesday, 09-26-12, caught 45 Yellowtail and 3 Dorado.

The Cortez Bank has been yielding solid counts of Bluefin Tuna and the following boats have been having great success on their 1.5 day trips.
The Toronado out of Pierpoint Landing ran a 1.5 day trip returning on Monday, 09-24-12, and caught 44 Bluefin Tuna, 8 Yellowfin Tuna, 1 Calico Bass, 45 Sheephead, 60 Whitefish, 100 Rockfish and 100 Bonito.
The Freedom out of 22nd St. Landing ran a 1.5 day trip and caught 115 Bluefin Tuna, 31 Sheephead, 65 Whitefish, 25 Rockfish and 10 Sculpin returning on Monday, 09-24-12.
Locally the targeted fishing remains Sculpin and Rockfish, with a few Bass mixed in.
In Santa Monica the ½ day boat Redondo Special had a good day on their Thursday, 09-27-12 pm trip catching 3 White Seabass, 21 Calico Bass, 3 Sand Bass, 8 Sheephead, 11 Rockfish, 2 Sculpin, 15 Perch and 1 Cabazon. Also on their Monday trip they caught limits of Calico Bass (70) for 7 anglers.

Out of Long Beach, according to Japan Ron, the ¾ day Victory had a good day of fishing on Wednesday, 09-26-12, catching Big Reds, lots of Sculpin, and a few Sheephead. Ron also fished Tuesday with Lal on the private boat "Rubber Ducky" and they caught Rockfish and Bass along with this Dandy 7 pound Halibut: Some pictures from Japan Ron:




Angler Hakeli fished on the City of Long Beach ½ day boat on Sunday, 09-23-12. They caught easy limits of quality Sculpin and some Reds and Sheephead. Some pictures:






Out of Newport Beach, the Amigo ended a 2-day trip on Sunday, 09-23-12 catching 2 Bluefin Tuna, 1 Yellowfin Tuna, 5 Albacore Tuna, 58 Yellowtail and 3 Dorado.

Twilight fishing: The Freelance fished Sunday evening, 09-23-12 and caught 5 Calico Bass, 2 Sand Bass, 24 Rockfish and 175 Sculpin.

The Islands

Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!
The Sport King had a good day at the Island on Tuesday, 09-25-12 catching 115 Calico Bass, 13 Sheephead, 10 Rockfish and 40 Perch.
The Pursuit out of 22nd St. Landing, ran to the Island on Sunday, 09-23-12, with 29 anglers catching 1 Yellowtail, 54 Calico Bass, 33 Sheephead, 30 Whitefish, 50 Bocaccio, 103 Rockfish, 158 Perch and 10 Red Snapper.

San Clemente Island!
The Fury out of Dana Wharf fished on Tuesday, 09-25-12 with 21 anglers catching 150 Calico Bass, 13 Barracuda and 2 Sheephead.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!
The fishing at the Coronado Islands has been very quiet as of late. The ¾ day boats are running offshore to catch Tuna and Tails as the Visa mess is still up in the air? The last few days the ¾ day boats have found limit style fishing on the Dorado also with lots of Yellowtail being caught offshore on the kelp Paddies.

The ¾ day boat San Diego out of Seaforth Landing caught 5 Bluefin Tuna, 8 Yellowfin Tuna, 41 Yellowtail and 7 Dorado on their Tuesday, 09-25-12 trip.

The Mission Belle headed out on Tuesday, 09-25-12, and caught 67 Yellowtail and 20 Dorado.

The ¾ day boat Malahini caught 1 Bluefin Tuna, 59 Yellowtail and 5 Dorado on their trip on Thursday, 09-27-12.

All comments and suggestions welcomed!

Weather
The weather forecast for both Saturday and Sunday looks to be quite breezy for the offshore runs. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.
Hook Up,
Cory

September 21, 2012

Tunaslam Corner-09-21-12

by Cory Visser

Thursday Recap Report-Weekend Possibilities:
A Summary of local fishing from Santa Monica to Oceanside, including Catalina and San Clemente Islands, with fishing trips out of San Diego down to Baja, Mexico.

And the beat goes on, as the Offshore action remained very steady, with good scores on Yellowfin Tuna, lots of Do Dos and Tails, occasional good schools of Bluefin Tuna of which some were the tackle buster 60 to 100 pound variety, with some decent scores on Albacore. Open water jig strikes were common and the Kelp Paddy fishing could turn into a smorgasbord of all of the above species off of the one Kelp.

In the last several weeks the private boater has enjoyed great fishing down at the 1010 Trench, some 65 miles south of Point Loma. Tuna were also found at the D220 and 213 Banks. The inshore banks, Hidden, 302, 371 and 425 are still yielding mostly Rat Yellowtail and a few Dorado, yet not much in the way of any Tuna. Water temps range anywhere from the high 60's on up to 75 degrees, depending upon the area.

The Legend was one of the lucky boats to find the big bruising Bluefin Tuna, along with limits of Yellowfin Tuna. Some pictures:









The Top Gun 80 returned Monday, 09-17-12 from a whale of a 2.5 day trip with 25 anglers catching 45 Bluefin Tuna, 250 Yellowfin Tuna (full 2-day limits), 4 Albacore Tuna, 50 Yellowtail and 50 Dorado.

I was lucky enough to hitch a ride with Bill on his 26' Striper, fishing Sunday, 09-16-12. Leaving Point Loma we found the going tough, with bumpy seas and 15+ knot winds. We found some dandy Kelp Paddies, mostly holding Rat Yellowtail, and a few small Dorado as we passed the upper part of the Hidden Bank. We arrived late to the party at the 1010 Trench, 10 am, having to listen on the radio about how good the fishing was. Nevertheless, we managed to catch four Yellowfin Tuna to 25 pounds and an 18 pound Bluefin Tuna, with some big boys lost to pulled hooks. A couple of pictures:




Private boater Ed fished on his boat with friends, Sunday, 09-16-12, and they caught limits of Yellowfin Tuna to 25 pounds, a few Bluefin Tuna to 35 pounds and huge Dorado to 45 pounds, for 3 anglers, A couple of pictures:





According to angler Ted his one day trip on the Pride Monday, 09-17-12 was wide open on the Yellowfin Tuna, (limits), with a few Dorado and Yellowtail mixed in.


The Aztec, returned from a successful 1.5 day trip Monday, 09-17-12 with a great mix of fish: 9 Bluefin Tuna, 33 Yellowfin Tuna, 16 Albacore Tuna, 120 Yellowtail and 14 Dorado.

For most of the last several weeks not many kelp paddies in the US were holding fish, however this week that all changed. A number of times the Mother Load Kelp Paddy is found, as Jonathan and his wife Jenn went hunting last weekend, starting at the 277, finding little and continuing further south some 20 miles before coming across the Magic Paddy. Wow it was as good a yield on huge Dorado as I have seen reported this year, regardless of where, US or Mexican waters. They spent hours on the same Kelp Paddy, enjoying a steady bite on Big Bull Dorado to well over 30 pounds, and lots of big Hens too. They kept 10 and released more than that many. Some pictures:






Private boater Joe fished on his boat, Tuesday, 09-18-12, out of Dana Point, and caught lots of Dorado, releasing all but four, as on the way home from Catalina, he found the Magic Paddy. Some pictures:




Most of the ¾ day boats out of Newport Beach and Long Beach had long since given up on kelp paddy fishing and returned to targeting Rockfish and Sculpin, however, this week they are again running offshore, however, the results were not all that great. Here is a nice Dorado caught off the Gail Force on a 3/4 day trip:



To get in on the Tuna, it is necessary to book a 1.5 to 2 day trip out of these northern landings to reach the fish.
There has been a small snap on the Yellowtail and White Seabass at Catalina Island this week.

The Toronado out of Pierpoint Landing ran a trip on Sunday, 09-16-12 and caught 3 Bluefin Tuna, 91 Yellowtail and 6 Dorado.
The Freedom out of 22nd St. Landing caught 62 Bluefin Tuna on their trip Monday, 09-17-12.

In Santa Monica the ½ day boat Redondo Special had a decent day on their Saturday, 09-5-12 pm trip catching 2 Yellowtail, 5 Calico Bass, 1 Sand Bass, 2 Sheephead, 9 Rockfish, 3 Sculpin and 11 Perch.

Out of San Pedro, the ½ day boat Monte Carlo had decent afternoon, Thursday, 09-20-12 on the Lingcod and Red Snapper, catching 5 Lingcod, 1 Calico Bass, 9 Sheephead, 13 Rockfish, 11 Perch, 36 Red Snapper and 1 Cabazon. Some pictures:





Out of Dana Point, the Fury ran an offshore trip on Tuesday, 09-18-12 and caught 1 Yellowtail, 30 Dorado, 48 Calico Bass and 5 Perch.

Out of Newport Beach, the Amigo ended a 2-day trip on Saturday, 09-15-12 catching 13 Bluefin Tuna, 1 Yellowfin Tuna, 25 Albacore Tuna, 30 Yellowtail and 15 Dorado for 14 anglers. The Freelance fished offshore Tuesday, 09-18-12 and caught 14 Dorado, 3 Calico Bass, 2 Sheephead, 2 Rockfish, 2 Sculpin and 45 Perch.

Twilight fishing: The Freelance fished Sunday evening, 09-16-12 and caught 8 Calico Bass, 20 Rockfish, 120 Sculpin and 1 Cabazon. Most boats have discontinued twilight trips as the demand has dwindled?

The Islands

Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!
The Sport King had a good day at the Island on Monday, 09-17-12 catching 4 Yellowtail, 42 Calico Bass, 15 Barracuda, 12 Sheephead and 110 Perch.
The Pursuit out of 22nd St. Landing, ran to the Island on Wednesday, 09-19-12, with 40 anglers catching 11 White Seabass, 100 Calico Bass, 31 Sheephead and 106 Perch.

San Clemente Island!
The Fury out of Dana Wharf fished on Monday, 09-17-12 with 26 anglers catching 211 Calico Bass, 13 Barracuda, 1 Sheephead and 7 Perch.
The Freedom caught 40 Calico Bass, 1 Barracuda, 31 Sheephead, 1 Whitefish, 34 Rockfish, 1 Sculpin and 63 Perch on their Saturday, 09-15-12 trip.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!No recent reports about the Yellowtail fishing at the Coronado Islands, which has been very good for private boaters. The ¾ day boats are running offshore to catch mostly Yellowtail and Dorado, as the Tuna are a bit far south to run to.
The ¾ day boat San Diego out of Seaforth Landing caught 100 Yellowtail 44 Dorado on their Thursday, 09-20-12 trip.

The Mission Belle headed out on Monday, 09-17-12, and caught 80 Yellowtail and 21 Dorado.

The ¾ day boat Malahini caught 45 Yellowtail and 22 Dorado on their trip on Thursday, 09-20-12.

Charter Master Jamie, of Seasons Sportfishing fished offshore on the weekend and caught an Offshore Grand Slam of Bluefin Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna, Albacore, Yellowtail and Dorado. Some pictures:





Private boater Vince fished on friend Dave's boat, Tuesday, 09-18-12, and they caught a bunch of quality Yellowtail and two Albacore to 30 pounds:




Private boater Don with a nice Tuna caught at the 1010 Trench on Wednesday, 09-19-12:



All comments and suggestions welcomed!

WeatherThe weather forecast for both Saturday and Sunday looks to be quite nice for the offshore runs. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.
Hook Up,
Cory

September 14, 2012

Tunaslam Corner-09-14-12

by Cory Visser

Thursday Recap Report-Weekend Possibilities:
A Summary of local fishing from Santa Monica to Oceanside, including Catalina and San Clemente Islands, with fishing trips out of San Diego down to Baja, Mexico.

Once again it was breezy over the weekend; however the Offshore action did not skip a beat, as most 1.5 and 2-day or more trips enjoyed excellent fishing. There were a lot more open water jig strikes, allowing good scores on the Yellowfin Tuna. Then find the right Kelp Paddy and you could soon realize the Bonanza of all four species, where Bluefin Tuna joined the party, along with Yellowtail and Dorado.

Adding to the thrill on a few trips was finding a small school of big Albacore to 40 pounds. What they are doing in this warm water beats me? Then on an occasional trip a boat would run across the big boys, Bluefin to 100 pounds. With the Albacore joining in all the fun a ¾ Tuna Grand Slam has been more common this week. There have not been any signs of Bigeye Tuna that I am aware of, so wouldn't that be exciting if you add a full Tuna Grand Slam to your Bucket List? I accomplished that task in 1995 aboard the Prowler on only a one day trip in late August.

The Big Game 90 had a great 2.5 day trip over the weekend and loaded up on all the exotics with a 50 pound Dorado the iceing on the cake. Some pictures:

Captain Mike showing off the 50 pound Dorado:










Charter Master Jamie, of Seasons Sportfishing fished offshore during the week on several trips and caught some big Albacore and Bluefin Tuna, with plenty of Yellowtail and Dorado. Some pictures:







Private boater Jay and friends fished out near the 213 and were called into a school of Albacore, they caught six all at or over 30 pounds.

Private boater Steven and friends fished out near the lower 500 Sunday, 09-09-12, and limited out on Yellowfin Tuna and Dorado. They caught several Albacore to 50 pounds and released all the rat Yellowtail you wanted.

Private boater Julio fished offshore and loaded up on the Dorado, some pictures:





Locally there are still few and far between days where kelp paddies are found holding fish, and that is if you can find one? Yet occasionally the Mother Load Kelp Paddy is found. Do Dos and Tails remain the primary target of the ¾ day and one day boats locally, who head offshore rather than settle for Sculpin and Rockfishing.

Private boater Tim and friends have ventured out a number of days in the last month trying to catch some Dorado and didn't find any, then finally found the right Kelp Paddy out of Dana Point, Monday, 09-10-12, catching 6 Dorado to 15 pounds. Some pictures:





The Toronado out of Pierpoint Landing ran a trip on Monday, 09-10-12 and caught 1 Bluefin Tuna, 91 Yellowtail and 2 Dorado.

Locally the targeted fishing is mostly Sculpin and Rockfish, and when limits are reached early they go look for some Bass on the chew.

In Santa Monica
According to Jackpot Jimmy, now a college student, the Tradition had a slow day on Saturday, 09-08-12 until they found the local Kelp yielding a decent amount of Calico Bass, some huge Cabezon and Jimmy catching a solo 7 pound Yellowtail. Some pictures:







A 5.2 pound Cabezon:


A big Sand Bass by Jimmy:


An 8.2 pound Cabezon:


A 11.9 pound Cabezon, wow!


Twilight fishing: The Freelance fished Sunday evening, 09-09-12 and caught 5 Calico Bass, 11 Rockfish, 91 Sculpin, 5 Sand Dab and 1 Cabazon.

The Islands

Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!
The Sport King had a good day at the Island on Saturday, 09-08-12 catching 4 Yellowtail, 81 Calico Bass, 25 Rockfish and 110 Perch.

The Pursuit out of 22nd St. Landing, ran to the Island on Wednesday, 09-12-12, with 29 anglers catching 3 Yellowtail, 32 Calico Bass, 29 Sheephead, 16 Whitefish, 18 Rockfish and 201 Perch .

San Clemente Island!The Fury out of Dana Wharf fished a 2-day trip over the weekend returning Wednesay, 09-12-12 with 27 anglers catching 43 Bluefin Tuna, 23 Yellowfin Tuna, 3 Albacore Tuna, 1 Skipjack_Tuna, 58 Yellowtail and 53 Dorado.


Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!

The Yellowtail fishing at the Coronado Islands remains virtually untouched by private boaters. However angler Steve found them biting:



The ¾ day boat San Diego out of Seaforth Landing caught 49 Yellowtail and 4 Dorado on their Tuesday, 09-11-12 trip.

The Mission Belle headed out on Sunday, 09-09-12, and caught 57 Yellowtail and 1 Dorado.

The ¾ day boat Malahini caught 59 Yellowtail and 4 Dorado on their trip on Tuesday, 09-11-12.

All comments and suggestions welcomed!
Weather
The weather forecast for both Saturday and Sunday looks to be quite fishable locally and for the offshore runs. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.
Hook Up,
Cory

September 07, 2012

Tunaslam Corner-09-07-12

by Cory Visser

Thursday Recap Report-Weekend Possibilities:
A Summary of local fishing from Santa Monica to Oceanside, including Catalina and San Clemente Islands, with fishing trips out of San Diego down to Baja, Mexico.

Despite high winds over the weekend, the Offshore action did not slow down much, as many 1.5 and 2-day or more trips enjoyed decent fishing. Obviously the winds made Kelp Paddy hopping more demanding, yet find the right one and game on.

Once again the Bluefin Tuna were on the chew, nothing wide open, however, some steady biting on long drifts with a few fished hooked up at all times, and an occasional surge of multiple hookups. Even more exciting is the fact that late last week and again this week a school of Bluefin were found containing lots of brutes from 60 to over 100 pounds.

The winds drove down the warm water temps with only a few areas remaining with 70+ degree water. Consequently the scores on Yellowfin Tuna were few and far between, although a few boats found the right school and caught limits. This was the case over the weekend, however, during the week the water calmed and warmed up with more and more decent counts on the Yellowfin Tuna. Although the initail run of Yellowfin Tuna consisted of a lot of bigger fish, 30 to 50 pounds, most of the recent schools contain mostly 10 to 15 pound Tuna.

Angler Don fished the Dolphin II on Wednesday, 09-05-12 on a one day trip and they ran over a school of huge Bluefin Tuna, catching 31 Bluefin total, many others lost, with 16 going over 60 pounds, on up to 102 pounds. Don caught Bluefin Tuna weighing 102, 95 and 86 pounds, also winning the jackpot. Some Pictures:











Do Dos and Tails remain the target of the ¾ day and one day boats, which have been able to catch mixed fish totals nearing 100 and occasionally well over that total. This year has produced some of the best ¾ day fishing ever. One day counts generally include Bluefin Tuna in the mix with other exotics.

Angler Chris and the gals fished the Pacific Dawn over the weekend on a 2-day trip and limited out on Bluefin Tuna to 50 pounds before getting hammered by the winds on their second day. Some pictures:






Off Newport and Dana Point there are a few kelp paddies that are holding fish, and if you can find one that is holding it is game on?

A great catch on the a private boat off Dana Point:





The Toronado out of Pierpoint Landing ran a trip on Wednesday, 09-05-12 and caught 34 Yellowfin Tuna and 134 Dorado.
Locally the targeted fishing for most ¾ day and ½ boats is mostly Sculpin and Rockfish, and when limits are reached early they go look for some Bass on the chew.
In Santa Monica the ½ day boat Redondo Special had a fantastic day on their Wednesday, 09-05-12 pm trip catching 2 Yellowtail, 100 Calico Bass (limits), 8 Sheephead, 10 Rockfish, 2 Lingcod, 15 Perch, 1 Sargo and 1 Cabazon for only 10 anglers. Also on Saturday the ¾ day six pack Highliner caught 6 White Seabass for 4 anglers.

Out of Long Beach, according to Japan Ron, the ¾ day Victory had a good day of fishing on Wednesday, 09-05-12, catching 150 Rockfish, 1 Lingcod (jackpot), and 90 Sculpin. Some pictures from Japan Ron:







Out of Newport Beach, the Amigo ended a 2-day trip on Monday, 09-03-12 catching 81 Yellowtail and 55 Dorado for 14 anglers.

Twilight fishing:
The Enterprise fished on Saturday, 09-01-12, and caught 66 Sand Bass, 1 Barracuda and 3 Sculpin for only 11 anglers. The Freelance fished Saturday evening, 09-01-12 and caught 240 Sculpin and 40 Sole.

The Islands

Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!The Sport King had a good day at the Island on Tuesday, 09-04-12, catching 10 Yellowtail, 42 Calico Bass, 2 Whitefish, 15 Rockfish and 92 Perch.
The Pursuit out of 22nd St. Landing, ran to the Island on Tuesday, 09-04-12, with 20 anglers catching 9 Yellowtail, 38 Calico Bass, 1 Barracuda, 10 Sheephead, 15 Whitefish, 1 Bonito, 61 Perch and 5 Sargo.
San Clemente Island!
The Fury out of Dana Wharf fished a 2-day trip over the weekend returning Sunday, 09-02-12 with 27 anglers catching 45 Yellowtail, 7 Dorado, 115 Calico Bass, 1 Sheephead, 3 Whitefish, 11 Bonito and 31 Perch.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!
The ¾ day boats are running offshore to catch Tuna and Tails. The last few days the ¾ day boats have found sensational fishing on the Yellowtail and a mix of Dorado, being caught offshore on the kelp Paddies.
The ¾ day boat San Diego out of Seaforth Landing caught 90 Yellowtail and 4 Dorado on their Wednesday, 09-05-12 trip.

The Mission Belle headed out on Wednesday, 09-05-12, and caught 71 Yellowtail and 19 Dorado for only 21 anglers.

The ¾ day boat Malahini caught 120 Yellowtail on their trip on Tuesday, 09-04-12.

Charter Master Jamie, of Seasons Sportfishing fished offshore during the week and got the job done on Tuna, Yellowtail and Dorado. Some pictures:





Huge Dorado caught by private boater Brandon, who fished with friends on a 2.5 day trip near Colonet over the weekend, catching 60 Yellowfin Tuna, (limits, Limits of Yellowtail,some Calico Bass, a Bluefin Tuna and 15 Dorado for six anglers:







All comments and suggestions welcomed!

Weather
The weather forecast for both Saturday and Sunday looks to be quite breezy for the offshore runs. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.
Hook Up,
Cory
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