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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November 29, 2013

Tunaslam Corner-11-29-13

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.

With the rains and wind gone we experienced some of the most spectacular weather this week. Those that found time to go fishing had some great times. Most boats are fishing Freezer Specials, catching plenty of Reds, Lingcod and other Rockfish with some huge Sheephead, Whitefish and Sculpin filling the sacks. For a change of pace the Pacific Adventure is running a Sand Dab special out of 22nd St. Landing in San Pedro. The Ultra fished one of the Islands Saturday and caught 2 Yellowtail for their six anglers plus the usual assortment of Rockfish. Bass fishing remains very slow, while an occasional Halibut is added to the count.

After a brief few days of being MIA the Bonito returned to Catalina, although it was not limit style fishing, with counts in the 30's and 40's for several boats, like the Pursuit and Freelance who are fishing the Island regularly.

The El Dorado has been fishing shallow water at San Nicolas Island and the weather has contributed to awesome catches, with plenty of Lingcod, as recent trips have seen 50 and 60 counts on the Lingcod.



Angler Pam fished a 2 day weekend trip on the Pacific Star at San Nicolas Island and whacked the Rockfish, Whitefish and Sheephead. Some pictures:





A nice batch of Lingcod caught off the Ultra:



It remains very quiet in Ensenada with no exotics reported?

San Quintin remains the only option to catch Yellowtail of late, plus an incredible assortment of Lingcod, Reds and Rockfish in both deep and shallow water.

No new reports from San Clemente this week. There is plenty of excellent Rockfishing to be achieved, both deep and shallow.

Pretty ladies who fish or maybe not:










Private boater Lal fished on his boat the Rubber Ducky with friend Mark Monday. They caught both Sand Bass and a Calico Bass with some Sculpin, Cabazon and Rockfish, all of the Bass and most of the Rockfish were released to fight another day.

Angler Paul with a 17 pound Sheephead caught on the ½ day boat Monte Carlo, Tuesday, 11-26-13:



Angler Ron fished on the ¾ day boat Victory out of Pierpoint Landing Wednesday, 11-27-13 and they did well on the Rockfish. Some pictures:


Private boater Tyrone with a nice Halibut caught out of Long Beach, 11-27-13:




The Channel Islands are back to fishing primarily for Rockfish. A few nice Halibut are being caught with an occasional Yellowtail. The quantity and quality of Sheephead being caught is outstanding.

Continued good fishing on the Stardust up north:





Big Cabazon:







The Islands


Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!

Not often you see a Sheephead beat out a nice Lingcod for Jackpot? Caught on the Liberty at Catalina, Monday, 11-25-13:



Both the ¾ day boat Freelance and the Pursuit are doing well on the Bonito, Rockfish, along with a few Calico Bass, Whitefish, and Sheephead.

San Clemente Island!

Some great private boating Calico action over the weekend:



Private boater Dave fished the Island on Saturday and again on Tuesday with exceptional counts on the Big Reds and Santa Marias.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!

Captain Duane or Jaime of Seasons Sportfishing have been killing the big Lingcod, Vermillion Rockfish, and an occasional Cow Cod on their fall freezer specials. As the weekend was windy, there were no recent reports or pictures.










The Dominator with a great weekend catch:

An enormous Red:











I fished with private boater Bill out of Las Salinas, (22 miles north of Ensenada) where we found the shallow water fishing for Lingcod, Johnny Bass, Copper Rockfish, Bocaccio and other Rockfish to be sensational. Some pictures:



Myself with a pesky Bocaccio:





A nice Copper Rockfish:



A few Calico Bass wanted to play as well:







And a lone Sand Bass:





Private boater Todd and friend had a great day on the water fishing out of Point Loma for Lingcod and Rockfish:

How about an 81.4 pound Yellowtail caught off the Apollo on a six day trip:




Quote:

Count your blessings:





Humor:



All comments and suggestions welcomed!

Weather

The weather forecast for Saturday looks to be calm in the morning, while Sunday looks to be a bit breezier yet very fishable. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.

Hook Up,
Cory

November 22, 2013

Tunaslam Corner-11-22-13

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.

Well what can I say, the weather is up, both wind and rain, the interest in fishing is down, and most thoughts are on the Holidays rapidly approaching. Only the diehard's seem to be fishing, especially in the private boater arena? Plenty of Reds, Lingcod and other Rockfish are filling the sacks. Unfortunately this is the only game in town, as Bass fishing remains slow, and so does Halibut this time of year, while we will need to wait until spring for any exotics to arrive in force.

The best thing going this week was a wide open bite on the Bonito at Catalina. For example the Pursuit out of 22nd Street Landing caught 285 Bonito on their Saturday trip, 1116-13 and 198 Bonito on their Wednesday trip. They also caught one Yellowtail on their Saturday trip to go with a good assortment of Whitefish, Sheephead and Rockfish. The Freelance out of Davey's Locker also took advantage of limit style Bonito fishing on their recent trips.

The Chief ran a 1.5 day trip south of the border and returned Sunday with some decent Lingcod, Rockfish and Red Snapper fishing. They did not finish with limits; however, as most likely the wind was a major factor.

The El Dorado out of Long Beach Sportfishing fished San Nicolas Island on Saturday and whacked the Rockfish and added 62 Lingcod to limit fishing. This is the ideal trip to schedule a trip on as the fishing is primarily shallow water, therefore eliminating what can be a boring task of winding up from 300 feet deep. Personally I enjoy a combination of both. Using Iron, Plastics, and the Lucanus style of lures improves the enjoyment of hooking a fish as opposed to using a 2 hook dropper loop with a large sinker fishing bait. There is something about winding in and getting bit that appeals most to me, when compared to letting your sinker hang 2 feet off the bottom and waiting for a bite?

It remains very quiet in Ensenada with no exotics reported?

Looking for Yellowtail, as well as both shallow and deep water Rockfishing, It might be worth a trip to San Quintin as recently several Yellowtail to over 20 pounds were being caught.

No new reports from San Clemente this week. There is plenty of excellent Rockfishing to be achieved, both deep and shallow.

Pretty ladies who fish or maybe not:







Private boater Lal fished on his boat the Rubber Ducky with friend Mark. They caught limits of Sand Bass with some Sculpin, Cabazon and Rockfish, all of the Bass and most of the Rockfish were released to fight another day.

Private boater Randy with a fat Calico Bass:



Angler Ron fished on the ¾ day boat Victory out of Pierpoint Landing Wednesday, 11-21-13 and they did well on the Reds, Lingcod and other Rockfish. Some pictures:













Nice Lingcod caught Monday, 11-18-13 off the ½ day boat Clemente out of Dana Wharf Sportfishing:



And a big Halibut caught on Tuesday:



The Channel Islands are back to fishing primarily for Rockfish. A few nice Halibut are being caught with an occasional Yellowtail and a spot of Barracuda adding to the action.

Lots of Sheephead, Lingcod and other bottom critters caught off the Mirage over the weekend:

















Continued good fishing on the Stardust up north out of Ventura:











The Islands


Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!

Both the ¾ day boat Freelance and the Pursuit are doing well on the Bonito, Rockfish, along with a few Calico Bass, Whitefish, and Sheephead.

San Clemente Island!

Very quiet this week.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!

Captain Duane of Seasons Sportfishing is has been killing the big Lingcod, Vermillion Rockfish, and an occasional Cow Cod on their fall freezer specials. As the weekend was windy, there were no recent reports or pictures.

Private boater Todd and friend had a great day on the water fishing out of Point Loma for Lingcod and Rockfish:




Quote:





Humor:

Tech Team arrives to fix Obama Care:



Oops!

A drunken man who smelled of beer sat down in an underground train, next to a priest.

The man's tie was stained, his face was plastered with red lipstick, and a half-empty bottle of gin was sticking out of his torn coat pocket. He opened his newspaper and began reading.

After a few minutes the man turned to the priest and asked, "Say Father, what causes arthritis?"

The priest replies, "My Son, it's caused by loose living, being with cheap, wicked women, too much alcohol, contempt for your fellow man, sleeping around with prostitutes and lack of a bath."

The drunk muttered in response, "Well, I'll be damned". Then he returned to his paper.

The priest, thinking about what he had said, nudged the man and apologized. "I'm very sorry. I didn't mean to come on so strong. How long have you had arthritis?"

The drunk answered, "I don't have it, Father. I was just reading here that the Pope does!

All comments and suggestions welcomed!

Weather

The weather forecast for Saturday looks to be a little breezy in the morning improving in the afternoon. while Sunday looks to be as flat as a pond, excellent and very fishable. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.
Hook Up,
Cory

November 15, 2013

Tunaslam Corner-11-14-13

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.

Well that Fat Lady did finally sing, although a 1.5 day trip did yield 2 Bluefin Tuna and lots of Yellowtail? The 3 day trip on the Pacific Voyager ended with 148 Yellowtail and over 300 Rockfish. That's about it for the exotics. The Tuna may still be out there, as water temps remain in the mid-sixties, however, there are not enough boats out to cover the area and find the schools of fish.

With many boats in dry dock working on winter maintenance, there are the usual freezer specials being scheduled. For example the Chief has weekend 2.5 days offered to fish Colonet, San Martin and other points south of the border. Locally trips to San Nicolas Island for shallow water Rockfishing is a popular trip on the Toronado, El Dorado and perhaps other charter trips.

Other than offshore, Yellowtail seem to be on vacation, with few signs of them anywhere at the Islands or along the coast. A few Yellowtail have been caught up north at the Channel Islands.

It was very quiet in Ensenada this week, with no exotics reported?

It might be worth a trip to San Quintin as some larger model Yellowtail to 26 pounds is being caught. As they say always good critter fishing down there.

There are still a few Bonito being caught at Catalina, although most of the boats are simply fishing for Rockfish.

There have not been many reports from San Clemente either. Perhaps there are some home guard Yellowtail still hanging around, although none reported lately?

I fished San Clemente Island yesterday, Thursday, 11-14-13 with private boater Dave and crew of Ron, Jim, Kevin and John. The ocean was grease calm all the way to the Island. The water was clear deep blue and 64.5 degrees in Pyramid. As we turned the corner to move up the backside it was quite bumby, and by 9:30 am a bit breezy. We still caught limits of Rockfish, 25 Reds, lots of Santa Marias, too many Bocaccios to count, some Chili Peppers, Bank Perch, and I caught a 15 pound Lingcod. Some pictures:



Here is Jim with a nice Santa Maria:





Here is Jim with one of his Reds caught today:





Some pictures from Dave's Saturday trip where they caught 80% Reds and a couple of nice Lingcod:









El Dorado San Nicolas Island:











Angler David with a nice Halibut, Lingcod and some big Sheephead off the 2 day Pacific Star trip over the weekend:











Pretty ladies who fish or maybe not:













I did not see any Twilight trips reported this week!

Private boater Lal fished on his boat the Rubber Ducky several times this week with friends. He found the Bass fishing on the slow side, yet managed to catch limits plus on the Sand Bass to four pounds. With little to no current in calm seas the fishing remained slow. They fished Izor's Reef, the Newport Pipe and the oil Rig's over the several days' they fished. They caught some Sculpin and Rockfish to go with the Sand Bass caught, all of the Bass and some of the Rockfish were released to fight another day.



Angler Ron fished on the ¾ day boat Victory out of Pierpoint Landing Wednesday, 11-13-13 and they had just an OK day on the Rockfish. Some pictures:







And the winner is:



Angler Richard with a nice Halibut off of Seal Beach, Sunday, 11-10-13:



Angler Sergio with some nice Reds caught on the Enterprise Sunday, 11-10-13:



Larry and Dorie with more Reds off the Enterprise:



Sergio did some private boating on Thursday with friends and they caught a good variety of Bass and Rockfish at the wall.





The Channel Islands are back to fishing primarily for Rockfish. A few nice Halibut are being caught with an occasional Yellowtail and a spot of Barracuda adding to the action.

Continued good fishing on the Stardust up north:















The Islands


Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!

Both the ¾ day boat Freelance and the Pursuit continue doing well on the Rockfish, along with a few Calico Bass, Whitefish, and Sheephead.

San Clemente Island!

Very quiet this week, lots of great Rockfishing.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!

Captain Duane of Seasons Sportfishing is killing the big Lingcod, Vermillion Rockfish, and an occasional Cow Cod on their fall freezer specials:

















Nice Cow Cod:



Now this is a huge Tarpon:




Humor:



All comments and suggestions welcomed!

Weather

The weather forecast for Saturday and Sunday looks to be as flat as a pond, excellent and very fishable. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.
Hook Up,
Cory

November 08, 2013

Tunaslam Corner-11-08-13

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.

Can you believe they are still catching Bluefin Tuna in November? Yep the Eclipse finished up their 2 day trip Tuesday, 11-05-13 on a high note. They got a sundowner surprise, a last gasp mind you as they had virtually no fish in the sacks until they found a huge school of Bluefin on the chew at 6pm. The 23 anglers on board ended up landing 63 Bluefin Tuna. Many other boats on 1.5 or longer trips over the weekend caught some Bluefin Tuna. Some boats scratched out a few Yellowfin Tuna with their Bluefin Tuna and some caught limits of Yellowtail.

The biggest problem for most boats now is the lack of reservations for Offshore trips? So the Fat Lady is singing despite the fact the Exotics are still around. There is no doubt that this was the best Bluefin Tuna fishing in the last 30 years or more? It was also one of the highest counts of Yellowtail caught, although shameful that so many were less than 10 pounds! Will this affect our future fishing of these hard fighting, tasty creatures, which remains to be seen?

Not much happening in Ensenada lately either?

It might be worth a trip to San Quintin for a last shot at the Tuna and some larger model Yellowtail. As they say always good critter fishing down there.

The Bonito bite slowed down at Catalina, although as many as 20 Bonito were caught early in the week on the Pursuit, however most of the boats are simply fishing for Rockfish. There have not been many reports from San Clemente either. Perhaps there are some home guard Yellowtail still hanging around?

I fished at San Clemente with Dave on Wednesday, 07-06-13. The water was clear deep blue and 64.5 degrees on the west end, very fishy looking. We avoided the east end as the Navy declared it was closed in numerous areas. We caught limits of Rockfish, not too many Reds, lots of Santa Marias, too many Bocaccios to count, some Coppers, two Lingcod and some Johnny Bass. Some pictures:











The Toronado, El Dorado and other boats have scheduled weekend trips to San Nicolas Island, which target shallow water Rockfish and big Lingcod, certainly something to keep in mind.

Pretty ladies who fish or maybe not:













The El Dorado out of Long Beach Sportfishing had a couple of great trips at San Nicolas Island over the weekend:









A huge Barracuda caught on the El Dorado:



A big Sheephead caught locally out of Dana Point on live squid:



Davey's Locker is the only landing that is scheduling Twilight trips this year! This seems to be the only way to catch a decent amount of Sand Bass lately.



Young private angler fishing the plastics catches this Dandy Sandy, Monday-11-04-13:



I fished with friend Lal on the Rubber Ducky Saturday, 11-02-13. We found the Bass fishing extremely slow despite outstanding tides and great weather, although little to no current. We added some Sculpin and Rockfish to the nine Sand Bass we caught, all fish released to fight another day.







Angler Ron fished on the ¾ day boat Victory out of Pierpoint Landing Wednesday, 11-07-13 and they did well on the Rockfish. Some pictures:











Private boater Joshua bay bass'n out of Dana Harbor:



How about some good fishing on the Ultra with limited loads to the local Islands:











The Channel Islands are back to fishing primarily for Rockfish. A few nice Halibut are being caught with an occasional Yellowtail, White Seabass and a spot of Barracuda adding to the action.

The Sea Jay caught these two big Halibut of 39 and 42 pounds on their weekend trip:



The Aloha Spirit fishing the Channel Islands out of Oxnard on Saturday, 11-02-13 caught 30 Yellowtail, 8 White Seabass and three big Halibut:



Huge Sheephead caught Thursday, 11-0713:



Continued good fishing on the Stardust up north:














The Islands


Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!

Both the ¾ day boat Freelance and the Pursuit are doing well on the Rockfish, along with a few Calico Bass, Whitefish, and Sheephead.

San Clemente Island!

Very quiet this week.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!

Yep, ½ day boat fishing off the Dolphin catching big Halibut Sat.-11-02-13:





And how about a Sheephead:



Private boaters on the Lucky B catch some nice Reds and Sheephead on Friday, 11-01-13 on the live squid:

Yep the squid are floating:









Captain Duane of Seasons Sportfishing is solidly into the Fall fishing for big Lingcod and Vermillion Rockfish:









Captain Kelly says the Tuna and the Dorado are still biting in San Quintin.

Quote:





Humor:



All comments and suggestions welcomed!

Weather
The weather forecast for Saturday and Sunday looks to be as flat as a pond, excellent and very fishable. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.
Hook Up,
Cory
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